Direct Connections Aren’t Created Equal

A Direct Connection is a peer to peer file sharing protocol. This is a text-based computer protocol in which commands and their information are sent in clear text, without encryption. In other words, a direct connection is when your device is continually connected to the internet; you are able to access internet using a browser,…
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Peering Basics: Public vs. Private Peering

Internet service providers everywhere are constantly looking for ways to reduce costs associated with providing internet service. Establishing peering is one way of reducing transit cost and increasing performance. To establish these connections, two networks need to be connected with one another either as public peering or private peering. Let´s analyze the two. Public Peering –…
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Cost Efficient Peering Management

In computer networking, peering is a process in which two networks connect and exchange traffic. Basically is when one internet network connects to another directly, enabling a faster throughput and exchange of information. No additional charges are incurred and no third-party network is required. To set up peering with another network, you need to negotiate…
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