Sprints definition on NAPs (question)

>>} > the Sherman Act (if memory serves). These types of problems can be


>>} > nasty, involving treble punitive damages.

Unfortunately for Nathan, this above is wrong.

There are very real engineering reasons for not peering
if someone is at one NAP/MAE. Also since Sprint and MCI
do have published policies, if they made exceptions to them
they could get sued for discriminating against some competators
(not all, makes a big legal difference).

Ok, so what about Interpath, CAIS, and a bunch more that are peering with
MCI and are at only 1 NAP?

Probably because they were peering with MCI before the policy, but thats
just a guess.

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