[AusNOG] Outsourcing Green Power
nick at inticon.net
Sun Oct 5 11:02:19 EST 2008
Well, I stand corrected then :-)
I was basing my comments on Vijay's talk at the conference.
Ben Buxton wrote:
> Google's peering policy is quite open so think most, if not all, peers
> on the fabric are eligible to establish a bilateral session.
> Nick Brown wrote:
>> I was under the assumption that Google were not going to support
>> multilateral peering, so assumed that when I saw the updated list
>> with the addition of Google yet had no routes, they were just using
>> the fabric for bilateral peers. If this is the case, to be honest its
>> a little annoying that we pay for peering on the basis that peers
>> such as Google are on the list - yet then we don't even have access
>> to them...
>> Bill Woodcock wrote:
>>> On Oct 3, 2008, at 7:56 PM, Skeeve Stevens wrote:
>>>> Any chance you can fill us in on the Google peering on Pipe/Equinix in
>>>> Sydney since your name seems to be all over it.
>>> Okay, you guys know that if there were anything I could say, I would.
>>> If you want information about Google peering, Maurice Dean's your
>>> man. mdean at google.com.
>>> If, on the other hand, your interest were less in information and
>>> more in getting a route in your routing table that you might not
>>> have right now, you might open a ticket with peering at pch.net to turn
>>> up sessions with AS42 and AS3856.
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