Private Peering – This is an agreement between two or more networks to accept each other’s packets and forward them. The interchange is made at a common, private facility rather than at a public exchange point. Some benefits of private peering are that it is easy to monitor, more reliable, more secure. A major setback in private peering is that it takes more time to set up new peering connections. On the other hand, this setup is very useful when a large quantity of data needs to be exchanged. Most of today’s private peering arrangements occur at collocation facilities independent of a particular carrier. Private peering interconnections make up most of the traffic on the Internet, especially between the largest networks.
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