Leo Bicknell bicknell at
Wed May 11 14:49:07 UTC 2016

In a message written on Tue, May 10, 2016 at 03:00:59PM -0500, Josh Reynolds wrote:
> This is a large list that includes many Tier 1 network operators,
> government agencies,  and Fortune 500 network operators.
> The silence should be telling.

NANOG has a strong self-selection for people who run core routing
devices and do things like BGP and peering negotiations with other

By contrast, CALEA requirements are generally all met by features
deployed at the customer-edge.  These groups are often a separate
silo from the backbone folks at the largest providers.

This is likely the wrong list for asking such questions, and the few
who do answer is likely to be smaller providers where people wear
multiple hats.

Leo Bicknell - bicknell at
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