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nap

Sleep disorders An episode of sleep outside of the principal sleep period. See Driver fatigue, Sleep deprivation, Sleep disorders.

nap

(nap)
1. To slumber.
2. A short sleep; a doze. See: sleep

power nap

A colloquial, humorous term for a nap taken during work for refreshment before resuming one's work.
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Finally, the large IBPs moved away from public NAPs to private peering or maintained relatively small capacities like T3 in the NAPs and then placed themselves in a new hierarchy, so called top-tier IBPs (Jew and Nicolls, 1999).
It is indeterminate what the exact requirements for the private peering are since peering agreements are under non-disclosure.
Some of the Big 5 did not want to peer with PSINet, because some of PSINet's private peering partners are transit customers of the Big 5.
Or if performance is the top priority, they may prefer private peering or transit to public peering.
Both parties decide (1) how many interconnection points they have, (2) where to locate the interconnection points, (3) how they interconnect, private peering or public peering, (4) what line capacity they will use, (5) settlement free or settlement involved, etc.
The company leverages its MPLS network combined with direct layer 2 interconnects and extensive Tier-1 public and private peering to deliver hybrid on-net and off-net IP VPN solutions.
As reported by multiple news outlets last week, Level 3 Communications shut down the equipment supporting a private peering relationship with Cogent Communications on Wednesday, October 5th.
In addition, to ensure that its customers' network traffic is always routed via the fastest, most resilient path, PIPEX has over 200 public and private peering arrangements with large Internet backbone providers, including the London Internet Exchange,
This allows the customer to negotiate a broader range of public and private peering arrangements to achieve better network costs and performance.

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