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Re: Flawed logic?
From: Larry Vaden <vaden () texoma net>
Date: Sun, 06 Jul 1997 15:35:51 -0500

At 09:58 AM 7/6/97 -0400, Paul Ferguson wrote:

The 'free lunch' syndrome is one in which, historically, the service
providers in the default-free zone willingly propagated all routing
announcements announced to them without hesitation. Now they have
drawn policy lines where this is not the case, and in some instances,
will no longer entertain peering relationships without economic
incentive. The syndrome is one in which those who are directly or
indirectly affected complain bitterly that they feel they are being
unfairly discriminated against and that such activities are restraining
their ability to run a business.

Paul seems to be saying there is the possibility of a market solution to
"the routers will fall over" problem.

If you are in a position or know some one who is in a position to discuss
this issue further, please email me privately at vaden () texoma net 

Thank you,

Larry Vaden, founder and CEO
Internet Texoma, Inc.

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