We could change that. Suppose a university wants to request the entire
knowledgebase of Wikidata or another project, or if we need to do a mass
transfer of data from them.

On Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 1:20 PM, Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemow...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Jasper Deng, 12/10/2013 21:34:
>  Instead of passing through others' routing domains, we would have a
>> direct link/BGP session with them (should be feasible given the
>> proximity of their IXP).
> <http://noc.net.internet2.edu/**uploads/j_/cI/j_cIw5DZ0TaRa-**
> EArTqANg/internet2-cps-**20090909.pdf<http://noc.net.internet2.edu/uploads/j_/cI/j_cIw5DZ0TaRa-EArTqANg/internet2-cps-20090909.pdf>>
> suggests they're already peering at Ashburn. But seriously, such networks
> are about transfering datasets like 800 TB of oceanic and atmospheric data
> from one continent to another, their traffic with WMF is just peanuts.
> Nemo
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