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 Peering policies can be broadly classified into three types: restrictive,​ selective and open policy. An ISP applies a policy according to its current status (//e.g.// Tier 1, Tier 2, …) and its willingness to conclude new peering agreements. Peering policies can be broadly classified into three types: restrictive,​ selective and open policy. An ISP applies a policy according to its current status (//e.g.// Tier 1, Tier 2, …) and its willingness to conclude new peering agreements.
-  - Restrictive peering policy: A restrictive policy is typically applied by Tier-1 ISPs. See for example the peering policy of AT&Tor QWEST. +  - Restrictive peering policy: A restrictive policy is typically applied by Tier-1 ISPs. See for example the peering policy of [[http://​www.corp.att.com/​peering/​ | AT&T]] or [[http://​www.qwest.com/​legal/​peering_na.html | QWEST]]
-  - Selective peering policy: A selective policy is typically applied by Tier-2 ISPs. See for example the peering policy of BT or Bouygues Telecom. +  - Selective peering policy: A selective policy is typically applied by Tier-2 ISPs. See for example the peering policy of [[http://​www.bt.net/​info/​peering.shtml | BT]] or [[ http://​peering.as5410.net/​ | Bouygues Telecom]]
-  - Open peering policy: An open policy is typically applied by small national ISPs (Tier-3 ISPs). See for example the peering policy of NetAccess.+  - Open peering policy: An open policy is typically applied by small national ISPs (Tier-3 ISPs). See for example the peering policy of [[http://​www.nac.net/​eng/​peering.asp | NetAccess]].
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