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Re: Measured Internet good v. "bad" traffic
From: Omachonu Ogali <nanog () missnglnk com>
Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2003 18:57:19 -0400
On Sun, Aug 31, 2003 at 03:44:00PM -0700, David Schwartz wrote:
If you don't want to, don't accept that traffic. It's just like a store
stocking Christmas toys. If they don't sell, you're stuck with them. A
customer will only pay for what he wants, not what you think he should want.
My car gets horrible mileage, therefore, I will only pay for the
amount of gas that SHOULD be used according to the factory sticker,
not the rest burned up by my fuel-inefficient driving methods.
I just rented a truck. A construction detour forced me to put more
mileage on the truck than I intended, therefore, I will only pay for
the mileage that I would have accumulated had there been no detours
due to construction.
No, this is not a store stocking Christmas toys, or a Progressive(tm)
insurance commercial. This is bandwidth.
Re: Measured Internet good v. "bad" traffic Keptin Komrade Dr. BobWrench III esq. (Aug 28)