From: Dave Wilson (dave.wilson at domain heanet.ie)
Date: Tue 08 May 2001 - 16:57:13 IST
> What is the definition of Tier 1 these days, the best I heard is that
> they dont buy routes but sell them ? Mind you what is a Tier 0 then ?
ISTR Randy Bush defining this a couple of RIPEs ago as
"An ISP that doesn't pay another ISP for transit".
That applied to Chris's naming of "Irish Tier 1" networks would also make some
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