Goodness there has been a lot of stuff to wade through. I'm quite
familiar with the benefits of peering and the (revenue) reasons that the
big players want to change, but could someone please definitively answer
Will the proposed changes by Telstra mean that a large number of people
currently paying different rates for National and International traffic
will suddenly find that their ISP starts defining an awful lot more
geographically national servers as International traffic?
If this is indeed the case, have the various ISPs gotten their T&C well
enough defined to defend against someone going to the small claims court
and disputing a bill where traffic is obviously from a national server,
even if it has transited an international link - since the ISP (may
have) made a deliberate choice to route that traffic in a non-optimal
Cheers - Neil G
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