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Re: Mae-West Stats and Nanog Archives
- From: Steve Feldman
- Date: Mon Jan 17 02:55:47 2000
I did get the new statistics package running
(based on RRDTool, thanks to Tobi Oetiker and CAIDA!)
It's happily gathering statistics for all the U.S. MAEs,
except for West. Unfortunately, we had to disable stats
collection from the Gigaswitches at NASA-Ames, due
to a bug which was causing the switch forwarding tables
to get corrupted. I don't expect that to be resolved
any time soon.
Anyway, http://www.mae.net has the current working stats.
On Sun, Jan 16, 2000 at 10:02:25PM -0800, Sean Donelan wrote:
> On Sun, 16 January 2000, Derrick Bennett wrote:
> > I was actually looking for current Mae-West Stats as the page I have ended
> > last year. I thought someone had asked this recently but found that the
> > nanog mailing list search site stopped in october of 99. Does anyone know
> > where newer mae-west stats may be and if the archives for nanog will be
> > updated soon ?
> I was told (going from memory, so I hope Steve will correct me) there was
> a SNMP problem collecting stats on mae-west last fall. Since MCI/Worldcom
> is changing to a new statistics package, instead of fixing the old ones, the
> new statistics should show up real soon. But I guess like many software
> projects its been delayed.
> Because the stats from Ameritech and the MAE's are essentially the only
> publically available measures of multi-provider Internet traffic, I hope
> they come back. Sprint & Pacbell/Bellcore used to have some stats, but all
> the links I had have stopped working. It would be nice to get some aggregate
> numbers for private interconnects, but I guess it isn't a realistic dream.