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Re: Please help me...
- From: Hyunseog Ryu/Brookfield/Norlight
- Date: Wed Dec 08 13:21:24 1999
I tried that already.
I can see the routing information from GTE for our network information in
But route-server.cerf.net does not show any routing information from GTE.
In this situation, I'm thinking the possibility for routing problem if
UUNET connection is down by accident or something like that.
Kevin Nicholson <email@example.com> on 12/08/99 12:10:45 PM
To: Hyunseog Ryu/Brookfield/Norlight <HRyu@norlight.com>
cc: (bcc: Hyunseog Ryu/Brookfield/Norlight)
Subject: Re: Please help me...
On Wed, 8 Dec 1999, Hyunseog Ryu/Brookfield/Norlight wrote:
> Hi, folks
> Please help me.
> I need your help.
> If you have the right to access your router,
> please send me the result of following command at your router.
> Show ip bgp reg 1_7260
> Maybe it will be long.
> But I need that.
why not just telnet to route-server.cerf.net or route-views.oregon-ix.net
and do a sh ip bgp regexp yourself.