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An Internet Transit Provider is an ISP that provides transit to customers as a paid transport service. Transit allows traffic from an ISP or customer network to cross or "transit" the Transit Provider network to connect to the rest of the Internet. Internet Transit is also referred to as Internet or IP Transit.What is encrypted in transit?
“In transit” encryption is the encryption of the data packets at the network level. IPsec does this well, but is set through the operating system and encrypts ALL packets that come and go to the server. If the network stream needed to be analyzed to troubleshoot a problem, IPsec would have to be turned off.What is Transit used for?
A transit level is an optical instrument, or a telescope, complete with a built-in spirit level that is mounted on a tripod. Transit levels are used mainly for surveying and building, but they can be used to determine the relative position of lines and objects as well. Transit levels are very precise.What's is transit network in OSPF?
The OSPF RFC (2328) in section 2.1 states: "Transit networks are those capable of carrying data traffic that is neither locally originated nor locally destined. A transit network is represented by a graph vertex having both incoming and outgoing edges. A stub network's vertex has only incoming edges."