> ] The link you're alluding to is probably SprintLink's. It runs at or near
> ] capacity for most of every day, and while that's usually an indicator that
> ] a larger pipe is called for, it's also an indicator that the link is of use
> ] to at least some folks.
> The interesting thing here is to ask WHY SL hasn't upgraded the line.
I've been told that they consider the T1 adequate.
> The fact that the line hasn't been upgraded could imply that the CIX
> isn't of use to SL.
When the link went down due to a cross connect problem, an engineer and
his manager inside SL worked all day and most of a night to get it restored.
Wouldn't have anything to do with the fact that it is a major cross connect
between many providers and Sprint? CRL comes to mind.