I just finished up an article over on the FD-IX blog about local-prefs, default routes, and Internet exchanges. https://www.fd-ix.com/uncategorized/local-pref-and-default-routes/ Not everyone on the Internet needs full feeds from their provider. In this case, how does learning routes from an Internet Exchange such as FD-IX benefit you if all you are doing is default routes? So let’s take a scenario. You are a local hosting company. You don’t provide Internet to customers, you just do hosting of websites and data. You have a couple...Continue reading...
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