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From: "Timothy M. Lyons" <tlyons () rocketmail com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 1997 07:33:14 -0700 (PDT)

The end of this issue - last post by me anyhow.  Seems to be a
bandwidth issue on a segment of the BBN-Planet network.


---Internet Operations Center <ops () bbnplanet com> wrote:

Ticket Number: 127669                 Ticket Status:   closed
Ticket Type:   unplanned/e2e          Scope/Source:    1site/email
Ticket Closer: jhickey                Problem Fixer:   none
Ticket Opened: 07-15-1997 14:32 GMT   Problem Started: 07-15-1997
14:32 GMT
Ticket Closed: 07-16-1997 01:14 GMT   Problem Ended:   07-15-1997
14:32 GMT

Close Code:    ucp

Svc/Site ID #: 178044
Svc/Site Name: appl


    A site in Germany reports routing problems resulting in
    reaching www.apple.com.

  Coming from either  or  and going to
  www.apple.com traces seem to be delayed around paloalto.  Winfried
Haug from
  the source reports their AS is 5549 and the first Net is announces
as a /16
  from their former upstream,  they have  The 
second block
  has no super-route, but is splitted between themselves and another
ISP, they
  have  Traces attached.


  Per neteng this issue is directly related to the saturated T3 from
  to decwrl (PAIX). However (also per neteng) there is nothing to be
done at
  this time about offloading any of this traffic and thus no
resolution to the
  observed issue until the OC3 is delivered.


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