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What will they think of next?
From: Steven Eric Rubin <ser () internex net>
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 1997 13:53:01 -0800 (PST)

I pulled this off of ba.internet, thought you might find this 
interesting..

Name of poster removed to changed to protect the less enlightend

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Hi folks,
 
Many of you already know me.  I've been around in ba.internet and ba.news
for a long time, and I'm not one to spam.  I've been looking at the
problem of congestion for quite a while now, trying to come up with a
reasonable plan - and I think I have.
 
For the long answer, see [sorry, Im protecting the guy].  For the short
answer - how about a place where the small ISP can come, locate a
router, and peer with a bunch of other ISPs?  You don't need PI
space, you don't need BGP4, and you don't have a $3000 per month
co-lo bill.  We will peer using OSPF, which almost all routers
support.  This will keep the local traffic local, and allow the
small ISP to actually get a reasonable price for bandwidth to
other local sites.


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