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Re: Pre-Superbowl(tm) review
- From: Alan Hannan
- Date: Sat Jan 29 15:44:50 2000
I'm the director of engineering for GBLX IP.
There is no peering dispute, at least in my interpretation of the
issues, between CWUSA+GBLX.
There is, however, a bit of congestion from CWUSA->ATL->GBLX.
We're looking at the situation and likely working w/ CWUSA to resolve.
It appears this could be due to new traffic, or variances in the way
MEDs are sent/listened to.
I don't plan to send a resolution to this mail list, however,
interested parties can contact our Network Operations Center at
1-800-404-7714/602-416-6400 and reference ticket 20000129173.
Thus spake Ryan Tucker (email@example.com)
on or about Sat, Jan 29, 2000 at 01:12:26PM -0500:
> Also, apparently C&W and GBLX are in a peering dispute, which is causing a
> bit of congestion around Atlanta (which is causing some packet loss
> between here and a site 60 miles west of here, which is causing my pager
> to go off every few hours....). It's gone to legal, so this is going to
> be a really annoying next few months...... -rt
> Ryan Tucker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Unix Systems Administrator
> NetAccess, Inc. Phone: +1 716 756-5596
> 3495 Winton Place, Building E, Suite 265, Rochester NY 14623 www.netacc.net
> On 28 Jan 2000, Sean Donelan wrote:
> > What's happening?
> > AT&T Global Network (aka former IBM) is having network problems.
> > AT&T Local Services (aka former TCG) Los Angeles seems to be fubared.
> > Multiple peers are reporting problems with Sprint.
> > PSI is having problems in Atlanta.
> > Mindspring killed part of their network.
> > Did everyone come out of their Y2K network freezes this week, and are now
> > catching up on a lot of deferred network upgrades and maintenance before
> > Superbowl weekend?