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RE: Initial network impacts post-US attack 3/19/03

  • From: Eric Germann
  • Date: Thu Mar 20 14:42:42 2003

They seem to be somewhat slashdotted from the perspective of a cogent
customer (nee FNSI), or .  Guessing they won't get to many more updates from
the old Iraqi Information Ministry ...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-nanog@merit.edu [mailto:owner-nanog@merit.edu]On Behalf Of
> Sean Donelan
> Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2003 1:39 PM
> To: nanog@merit.edu
> Subject: Re: Initial network impacts post-US attack 3/19/03
>
>
>
> > However, tonight I am not able to reach the few Iraq servers I
> know about.
> > The servers were reachable on Monday, but I wasn't keeping
> constant track
> > of those servers.  So I don't know when I could no longer reach
> them.  This
> > may just be normal network flakiness, the Iraqi networks aren't very
> > reliable on a normal day.
>
> The Iraqi News Agency (http://www.uruklink.net/iraqnews/eindex.htm) web
> site, and other servers I've been checking, appear to be reachable again.
> It may have just been "normal" network flakiness.
>
> CNN.COM is still running in breaking news mode, but other major news sites
> have switched back to their "big" pages.  Advertisements and pop-ups seem
> to coming back on news sites.
>
> Matrix systems shows a slight latency increase overnight, but has returned
> normal levels.
>
>
>






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