Re: peering wars revisited? PSI vs Exodus

From: Mark Borchers (no email)
Date: Tue Apr 04 2000 - 14:59:43 EDT


On 4 Apr 00, at 0:34, wrote:

> If it's merely "PSI refuses to peer directly with Exodus", that's one
> thing. If PSI is also refusing packets carried by some other 3rd party
> that PSI and Exodus both peer with, or alternate routing is failing
> for some other reason, that's a lot worse.
>
> Does anybody know definitively what the REAL story is?
>
> Valdis Kletnieks
> Operating Systems Analyst
> Virginia Tech
>
Here's a non-confidential document which may be relevant:

http://www.psinet.com/carrier-isp/transitandpeering.html

Note the cost-sharing arrangement built into this peering policy.
Maybe this is somehow related to the parting of ways between PSI
and Exodus.








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