[e2e] traffic engineering considered harmful

Panos GEVROS P.Gevros at cs.ucl.ac.uk
Wed Jun 13 09:01:05 PDT 2001

"David P. Reed" typed :
   Economic history is 
 |littered with ventures that lost dominance because they loved control too 
 |much.  Look at GM, Xerox, Kodak, France.

of course this applies to endpoints and "intermediaries" alike. 
(especially when the first dogmatically refuse to surrender -some- the control 
(freedom of action) the posses in the original Internet architecture)


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