[c-nsp] Verizon's PIP service

ChrisSerafin chris at chrisserafin.com
Mon Mar 2 16:44:43 EST 2009

I know for a fact that Verizon doesn't control everything end to end. I 
have a decent sized client with circuits all over EMEA, and I always 
hear, 'ooh that's referred out to AT&T/xxxx for testing'

This may be only the last mile of the circuit though.

just my 2 cents


D W wrote:
> Anyone happen to know if Verizon relies on any 3rd party service providers (using inter-AS MP-BGP, ATOM, etc.) for their PIP (MPLS based private IP) service? I'm trying to figure out which service providers have a national reach and fully contain/control their own MPLS clouds without relying on one another for transport.
> Thanks,
> Dave
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