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Re: Problems at Microsoft?
- From: Justin W. Pauler
- Date: Wed Aug 03 12:34:59 2005
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I started noticing this exact behavior yesterday afternoon, normally I
am able to pull things from microsoft.com at 500-900KB/s, but I'm down
in the 50-100KB range now.
I've run some traceroutes from my Cox uplink (which appears to be
peering with Microsoft), and nothing seems out of place or 'odd'.
On 8/3/05, Network Fortius <email@example.com> wrote:
> Perhaps they were /.-ed (http://slashdot.org/article.pl?
> sid=05/08/03/0016223&tid=109&tid=189&tid=1) ?!? ;) ... sorry,
> couldn't refrain ...
> On a more serious note: do you really mean 2-3 MB(ytes)ps, or 2-3 Mb
> (its)ps? In any case - FYI - I am getting right now, with the link
> you indicated below, roughly 120-150 Kbps
> Network Fortius, LLC
> On Aug 3, 2005, at 9:44 AM, Drew Weaver wrote:
> > Hi there, we've had a few complaints about connectivity
> > issues to Microsoft, is anyone else seeing a problem? Usually I get
> > between 2-3MBps when I download from them, at the moment I get 8k/
> > sec downloading http://download.microsoft.com/download/b/6/2/
> > b624b535-644a-41e1-9727-812dcd6bad87/E3SP1ENG.EXE (service pack 1
> > for exchange 03) from Both my network, and a monitoring server we
> > have inchicago.
> > Anyone else seen this?
> > -Drew