What is the "Effective Peering Range?"


With the analysis we have done, we proved that peering makes sense financially if you can peer more traffic than the Peering Break-Even Point, and that we can peer up to the Effective Peering Bandwidth.

Definition: The Effective Peering Range is the range of peering traffic exchange that makes sense financially.

The Effective Peering Range is the “Sweet Spot”, or to use an aircraft analogy, the landing strip that a peering coordinator must land on to save the company money by peering. It is measured as a range (in Mbps) between the Peering Break-Even Point and the Effective Peering Bandwidth.




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