Hi Im new to the internet/networking game in NZ and would appreciate some advice/understanding of the following.
I dont understand why corporates have separate Domestic / International peering arrangements, say 100M for Domestic and 30M international. I thought that was the function of the ISP to determine where the traffic routes?
2) Does that mean that the customer must peer with the international ISP and domestic ISP separately and that they must have separate IP address space for both?
3) Do you need separate domestic/international AS numbers?
3) So if you want to host a web server for global access, do you need to configure it with 2 ip addresses or use NAT or a load balancer?
Any advice would be appreciated.