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Re: New Peering Point Mailing Lists
From: Simon Lockhart <simonl () rd bbc co uk>
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 17:03:53 +0100


BTW, it would be *real* good if the NAP's and ISP's can provide more
traffic statistics. It may help the customers to decide where and whom
to join, and help people who want to have a better understanding about
the network. I recall we used to have more traffic data a few years ago,
now, there is almost none in US. Currently, from what I have seen
recently, NORDUnet (http://www.nordu.net/) is the best ISP by far that
provides detailed traffic information.... 

I think you'll find that there's a few that are open (e.g. Abovenet 
http://www.above.net/traffic/ and ourselves [although we're not US based] 
http://support.bbc.co.uk/support/mrtg/internet/). A lot of the big 
corporates consider it confidential information (it gives away how 
good/bad they are or something).

Simon
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