p.s. The fact that the sender of traffic should be paying some portion
of the resulting costs is not a surprise to anyone; many of the
content companies that I've spoken to believe they already are
paying more as traffic increases, and were quite surprised to
find that it doesn't actually make it to the networks which
bear the brunt of the traffic carriage.
Why don't you just resort to a bit-counting method that I suggested earlier
for settlement peering, and make the *SENDER* carry the traffic to the
'local' destination ?
That way, the sender has to build a large enough network to distribute its
traffic to the destination networks, without just presenting at one network
point and expecting destination networks to foot the inter-state / inter-country