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Re: Global Crossing Network Problem.
From: "Dustin Goodwin" <dustin () clickthings com>
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2000 22:43:16 -0400


Maybe just the fun involved in GC being an early adopter of MPLS.

- Dustin -
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alex" <alex () nac net>
To: "Jason Legate" <jlegate () alienchick com>
Cc: "Karyn Ulriksen" <kulriksen () publichost com>; <nanog () merit edu>
Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2000 7:56 PM
Subject: Re: Global Crossing Network Problem.





is a .1 mile OC12 faster than a 200 mile OC12?




On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, Jason Legate wrote:


For being right accross the street, that's kinda frightening :)

-j

On Tue, Jun 27, 2000 at 02:52:06PM -0700, Karyn Ulriksen wrote:
Congestion due to rerouting is a good candidate...

-----Original Message-----
From: Jason Legate [mailto:jlegate () alienchick com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2000 2:50 PM
To: Ted Mektrakarn
Cc: Jason Legate; Karyn Ulriksen; 'Mohamed Hirse'; nanog () merit edu
Subject: Re: Global Crossing Network Problem.


Again, why would this affect SNV2->SNV connectivity?

On Tue, Jun 27, 2000 at 02:40:45PM -0700, Ted Mektrakarn wrote:
its a fiber cut between SFO & LAX


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On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, Jason Legate wrote:


I'm not from GBLX either, but we did hear there was a fiber cut in
SF
today.  It doesn't quite explain why I can't reach SNV2 from SNV
(right
across the street from each other).

-j

On Tue, Jun 27, 2000 at 02:14:01PM -0700, Karyn Ulriksen wrote:

I'm not from GLBX, but I we do peer with them so I get the maint
notices.
They are have been doing a lot of router upgrades in SunnyVale
for the
past
week.  I seek from the trace you sent in that the failures are
occuring
there.



-----Original Message-----
From: Mohamed Hirse [mailto:madlion () justin net]
Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2000 2:03 PM
To: nanog () merit edu
Subject: Global Crossing Network Problem.




Can someone from Global crossing help explain this problem.
There
seems to
be some sort of internal  network problem. Traceroutes attached.
This
affecting many of GBLX customers.

Thanks
Mohamed


route-server.cerf.net>traceroute www.juniper.net

Type escape sequence to abort.
Tracing the route to www.juniper.net (207.17.137.30)

  1 fe8-0-0.san-bb1.cerf.net (134.24.38.225) [AS 1740] 4 msec 0
msec 0
msec
  2 fe0-0-0.san-bb2.cerf.net (134.24.29.102) [AS 1740] 0 msec 4
msec 0
msec
  3 so2-1-2-155M.san-bb4.cerf.net (134.24.29.181) [AS 1740] 0
msec 4
msec
0 msec
  4 pos3-0-622M.lax-bb5.cerf.net (134.24.29.14) [AS 1740] 4 msec
8
msec 4
msec
  5 pos5-0-622M.lax-bb4.cerf.net (134.24.33.169) [AS 1740] 4
msec 8
msec 4
msec
  6 pos6-0-622M.sfo-bb3.cerf.net (134.24.29.233) [AS 1740] 72
msec 76
msec
72 msec
  7 pos5-0-0-155M.sjc-bb2.cerf.net (134.24.29.22) [AS 1740] 76
msec
    pos0-0-155M.sjc-bb2.cerf.net (134.24.32.90) [AS 1740] 72
msec
    pos5-0-0-155M.sjc-bb2.cerf.net (134.24.29.22) [AS 1740] 72
msec
  8  *  *  *
  9 pos4-0-2488M.cr1.SNV3.gblx.net (208.50.169.74) [AS 3549] !H
!H
!H
route-server.cerf.net>traceroute www.juniper.net

Type escape sequence to abort.
Tracing the route to www.juniper.net (207.17.137.30)

  1 fe8-0-0.san-bb1.cerf.net (134.24.38.225) [AS 1740] 0 msec 0
msec 0
msec
  2 fe0-0-0.san-bb2.cerf.net (134.24.29.102) [AS 1740] 0 msec 0
msec 4
msec
  3 so2-1-2-155M.san-bb4.cerf.net (134.24.29.181) [AS 1740] 0
msec 0
msec
0 msec
  4 pos3-0-622M.lax-bb5.cerf.net (134.24.29.14) [AS 1740] 4 msec
8
msec 4
msec
  5 pos5-0-622M.lax-bb4.cerf.net (134.24.33.169) [AS 1740] 8
msec 4
msec 8
msec
  6 pos6-0-622M.sfo-bb3.cerf.net (134.24.29.233) [AS 1740] 72
msec 72
msec
72 msec
  7 pos5-0-0-155M.sjc-bb2.cerf.net (134.24.29.22) [AS 1740] 76
msec
    pos0-0-155M.sjc-bb2.cerf.net (134.24.32.90) [AS 1740] 76
msec 72
msec
  8  *  *  *
  9 pos4-0-2488M.cr1.SNV3.gblx.net (208.50.169.74) [AS 3549] !H
!H
!H
route-server.cerf.net>



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