[discuss] Net Neutrality in the next Internet
apisanty at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 21:14:27 UTC 2015
is there a working model of more than say five computers? what are the
scaling factors? what capacity should each individual server, located
somewhere out there in the sugarcane fields in Nicaragua, have in order to
have its own copy of, say, Netflix? how many hops away is it from, say the
National Distance University of Spain which is a valuable resource for that
community? Are there any engineering documents available?
On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 2:03 PM, willi uebelherr <willi.uebelherr at gmail.com>
> Am 02/03/2015 um 10:25 p.m. schrieb Suresh Ramasubramanian:
>> Why do you need cdns? Well, if you want to access say operating system
>> updates, your email, sports scores etc at about the same speed in
>> Bolivia as people would be able to in whichever country the cdn was
>> hosted.. That's where cdns come in handy.
>> Ixp? So isps in your area can exchange local traffic and keep it local,
>> so mutually ensuring fast access for each other's customers to sites
>> they host. Save on expensive international bandwidth too.
>> As for why you need isps, I do hope you want to connect to the Internet.
>> You need an isp for that, you know.
>> Next question please?
> Hello Suresh (from governance list),
> you should really read the emails. Then you understand my answer. We don't
> need this stupid constructions. We need the InterNet, "the interconnection
> of local networks".
> But this private networks, that are connected in IXP?s, with the private
> resource dealers, the ISP's, the private "Content Delivery Networks", a
> group of parasitic mafia, all this we don't need.
> We need the InterNet.
> many greetings, willi
> La Paz, Bolivia
> discuss mailing list
> discuss at 1net.org
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