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And the sad surprising part of all this is that they don't do public peering, which would go long ways to reduce pressures on their network...

Nor do the wish to sell transit to their network at a reasonable rate ..

What a shame!


On Mar 3, 2013, at 7:40 AM, Nick Hilliard <nick at foobar.org> wrote:

> On 02/03/2013 18:07, Vinod K wrote:
>> I hear there are networks at capacity b/c of ratios.  Everybody wants to
>> send Comcast traffic, but noone wants to send money.
> The flip side of this argument is that as it's mostly an access network
> with an asymmetric last mile infrastructure, the natural aggregate internet
> traffic profile of the total sum (bytes-in, bytes-out) counted at the
> customer hand-off points will tend to be weighted in one direction.
> For providers who have an overall asymmetric traffic profile towards
> Comcast, it's a matter of perspective as to whether you view this as the
> providers sending Comcast traffic or Comcast customers pulling it.  So it's
> hardly surprising that there are disagreements about who gets to pay the
> other for the interconnection arrangements.
> Nick