Information for transit providers

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Transit providers are people who buy connectivity to the Greater Internet, and sell pieces of that to smaller networks, or to end-sites; they are distinguished from 'eyeball' networks largely by scale; eyeball networks may sell some transit to small customers, but are weighted heavily in favor of end-users; households and small businesses which may have 1-50 devices behind a small router, and generally take only one publicly routable IP address. Some 'eyeball network' providers may also offer transit, for larger clients and enterprise/educational networks; how to handle BCP38 for that business is covered in the appropriate article.


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