On Fri, 2003-11-28 at 23:47, Juha Saarinen wrote:
Paul Brislen wrote:
He gave me the example of a company in Wellington
wanting to shift a lot of
traffic to Auckland.
Could that company be Citylink and the traffic the LOTR premiere
Not us. We have a private circuit from Auckland and Wellington and we've
used that to ship a single instance of the webcam streams to a new set
of servers we've installed there at our expense. We've also installed a
new set of servers in Wellington to support this again at our expense.
We've also arranged for the webcam content to be served up in the US at
two locations and we've shipped the webcam streams there once more at
We've announced on three occasions on nznog that this is coming and that
those who want to take advantage of the work we've done to make it a
good experience for their customers need to arrange a peering session
with the APE and WIX route servers.
So we've worked hard and spent money to make this work. We aren't asking
for a free ride but are seeking some sort of equitable solution. But
there are still some NZ ISPs still haven't set up peering sessions
presumably for some politico-commercial reasons.