[AusNOG] Comindico routing

Adrian Chadd adrian at creative.net.au
Wed Apr 23 19:03:32 EST 2008

On Wed, Apr 23, 2008, Paul Jones wrote:
> Daniel Thoroughgood wrote:
> > From what I understand TPG use their proxy more for segregating
> > bandwidth than they do for caching.
> >
> > As I understand the proxies are on ranges that are advertised to the
> > "good" bandwidth supply so that customers browsing remains relatively
> > unaffected regardless of how hard they run the "bad" bandwidth supply.
> Could have fooled me! A few weeks ago the proxy farm used to basically 
> grind to a halt during the evening, but I had no trouble getting speeds 
> in excess of 1200 kB/sec via ftp from Europe

> I guess as always, you get what you pay for, but some of us have no choice!

:) if they are using squid then I'm reasonably confident they're not paying
much for the solution. And they should probably give me a call. :)


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