[e2e] It's all my fault

Tim Dorcey tim at ivisit.com
Tue May 15 19:17:59 PDT 2007

> the path in between. Hosts don't need to understand the 
> network topology
> to assess which pairs provide the better service.

So in the long run I guess all paths provide identical service, as any high
performing route immediately attracts additional traffic.  That could be a
surprise for an operator who thought their trans-Pacific cable upgrade would
serve them for a while.

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