[connect-bof] [cooperation-wg] IP Interconnection – expertise wanted - providing information to the European Institutions

Nina Bargisen nihb at netflix.com
Mon Dec 9 16:25:23 CET 2013

Hi Roland

A connect-bof exist in order to develop into an Internconnection Working Group as described here: http://www.ripe.net/ripe/groups/bof/connect-bof

I think it would be possible that we can find people both knowledgeable and willing to participate.  I also think it important that this is a person who both the know the IX model, but also know the MPLS VPN Interconnections models and the Private Interconnections that networks are also engaging in.  IX interconnection is an important but but not the only way that Networks connect.


Nina Bargisen

Den 09/12/2013 kl. 07.08 skrev Roland Perry <roland at internetpolicyagency.com>:

> In message <9CC88415-3FD6-4540-9A59-1C877A900F0F at gmail.com>, at 15:42:19
> on Mon, 9 Dec 2013, Gordon Lennox <gordon.lennox.13 at gmail.com> writes
>> Euro-IX is one obvious place to ask your main question.
> Yes, it is. Who delivers their regulatory monitoring function these days
> (I know Bijal has taken on the secretariat after Serge moved to RIPE
> NCC).
>> Anyway while I too believe that it would be worthwhile to engage with
>> European institutions I much less clear on whether they want to engage
>> with the WG
> Which is why I suggested someone familiar with the CoOp-WG (although
> several other operators, and Euro-IX, will also be).
> And in terms of engagement, why did this happen (I only just noticed it
> had become inactive).
>  Inactive RIPE Working Groups
>  EIX Working Group
>        The EIX working group provided a means for the RIPE Internet
>        Service Provider (ISP) community to find out about the status
>        and activities of Internet Exchange Points (IXP) within the
>        region. It was discontinued at the RIPE 67 Meeting in Athens in
>        October 2013.
> -- 
> Roland Perry

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