I might missunderstood things at the meeting but what I understand several operators are running "hot potato" at the ix points.
And what would the benefit be with only regional routing ?
When I say hot potatoe I refered to a "SOF" metting when someone had an open question if anyone is backhauling their traffic or just dropping it at the nearest ix, my impression was that several isp:s was not backhauling traffic.
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Ämne: Regional peering
So continuing my topic at the Nordnog meeting, one possibility to gain
valuble experience with regional peering as suggested could be to try it
in limited scale over one of the existing national peeringpoints. Perhaps
Gothenburg as I guess it has more possible participants than any of the
other, excluding the D-Gix which perhaps is too critical to mess around