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Re: Global BGP - 2001-06-23
- From: Sean Donelan
- Date: Sun Jun 24 23:55:35 2001
Yes, but I guess you'll have to wait for the official press announcement
since everyone wants to keep what happened under NDAs.
One way to sure-fire attract the attention of reporters is to claim
something is a secret. Its like waving a red cape in front of a bull.
Those that don't remember their history are doomed to repeat it. Anyone
remember why NERC, NRIC and mandatory goverment reporting of outages
in other industries came to be?
On Sun, 24 June 2001, email@example.com wrote:
> Out of curiosity - did anyone see a duration of significanlt instability
> in the global routing tables on Saturday afternoon? Without violating NDA,
> all I can say is that it resembled a historic event involve a bad route,
> Ciscos, and Bay routers (only this time, it was a bad route, Ciscos, and
> <X> vendor whom I cannot name but is being soundly beaten with wet noodles
> to resolve the issue). The bad route, and instability, were seen across
> all of our transit vendors (all "household" names of transit service).
> Anyone else see this sort of event, or further details on the cause?