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Arnold Nipper arnold at nipper.de
Thu Jun 6 16:55:44 CEST 2002
On Thu, Jun 06, 2002 at 04:31:21PM +0200, Daniel Concepcion wrote: > > > Yes, but there is problem about the transit for the network of the IXP > In my experience, some big providers only have the commercial view of > internet. If an IXP decides to offer infrastructural services then you have to buy upstream of course. > Really, if all the IXP members give some transit to the IXP for essential > services, internet will be more robust. > At least each IXP member would have direct connectivity to such infrastructural services (DNS, NTP, WHOIS, NNTP??) and thereby their customers would benefit from it. And an IXP should be in a good position to get upstream :-)) And for the commercials: these services are not for free of course. So bills for IXP members will drop not raise. -- Arnold
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