T-Mobile Netherlands rep tarnished after internet traffic routing disaster

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T-Mobile Netherlands (TMNL) ignited a storm on Twitter and online forums over what appears to have been a disastrous and short-lived attempt to route fixed and mobile internet traffic via Deutsche Telekom’s (DT) node in Germany, rather than locally through the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX). 

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