Allegedly Tier 1s in Wikipedia

Tom Paseka tom at
Mon Aug 1 18:10:26 UTC 2022

Paying for "peering", doesn't stop you being a tier-1.

Being a Tier-1 means you are "transit free" (technical term, not
commercial). No one is transiting your routes to other Tier-1 providers.

On Mon, Aug 1, 2022 at 11:04 AM Rubens Kuhl <rubensk at> wrote:

> Hi.
> Looking at the article on Tier 1 networks, I found one that I know for a
> fact that pays for some transit (12956) and some I usually don't associate
> to Tier 1 status, like 6762.
> Is there a list of such transit relationships by those bragging about
> being Tier 1 ?
> Rubens
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