Re: Why do some companies get depeered and some don't?

From: Patrick W. Gilmore (no email)
Date: Sun Nov 02 2008 - 23:41:02 EST

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    On Nov 2, 2008, at 4:33 PM, Brandon Galbraith wrote:
    >> On 11/2/08, Joe Maimon <> wrote:
    >>> Patrick W. Gilmore wrote:
    >>>> On Oct 31, 2008, at 1:32 AM, Nelson Lai wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>> Why do some companies like Cogent get depeered relatively often
    >>>> and companies like Teleglobe don't even get talked about and
    >>>> operate in silence free from depeering?
    >>>
    >>> That's funny. One of the first networks to de-peer Cogent was
    >>> Teleglobe. They re-peered after a bit.
    >>>
    >>> The next obvious question is: When Sprint, Telia & L3 de-peering
    >>> Cogent, it causes a lot of news in the press & noise on NANOG, so
    >>> why didn't you know Teleglobe depeered Cogent?
    >>
    >> Imagine the news had they all depeered cogent at the same time.
    >
    > Imagine the lawsuits and government regulation had that occurred.

    That would be none.

    -- 
    TTFN,
    patrick
    

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