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Re: Carrier Circus (was RE: Intermedia (ICIX) brokenness...)
From: Christian Nielsen <cnielsen () nielsen net>
Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 15:05:04 -0700 (PDT)

On Fri, 4 May 2001, Richard A. Steenbergen wrote:

Personally, I'm still trying to figure out why Exodus, in all their
apparent wisdom (or lack thereof), has stopped using the GBLX OC-48's
in the former GlobalCenter facilities (or at least SNV3), and is now
shuttling all its traffic out a single Exodus OC-12.  Prior to

network where most of the traffic is quickly sent to peers and an OC48
backbone is not required? I don't see any congestion on that OC12, so
perhaps that is the case? I also don't see a damn thing wrong with the

Just to give correct information, from SNV3 Exodus has an OC48 and an OC12
to two other datacenters in Santa Clara and an OC48 to Chicago. There is
enough bandwidth to carry the traffic.

No peering or backbone link was hurt during this move.



Yes, I work for Exodus.

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