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Re: shuttle flash crowd statistics
From: Scott Weeks <surfer () mauigateway com>
Date: Sat, 1 Feb 2003 11:54:59 -1000 (HST)
Thanks for the response Chris. I should not have used the word
"provider" when speaking of NASA. All the traceroutes I have done show
hand-off from your company though. For example:
9 193.ATM4-0.BR2.SJC1.ALTER.NET (18.104.22.168)
13 border.hcn.hq.nasa.gov (22.214.171.124)
14 realhq.hq.nasa.gov (126.96.36.199)
10 POS6-0.BR3.DCA6.ALTER.NET [188.8.131.52]
14 border.hcn.hq.nasa.gov [184.108.40.206]
15 realhq.hq.nasa.gov (220.127.116.11)
BTW folks are interested, but there is little data coming in to share.
As time goes on, I hope folks that show unusual traffic levels (on both
sides; eyeball networks and content networks as well as transit networks)
will send pointers to me that I can share with others. I am very
interested in flash crowd situations and how to mitigate the problems
associated with them...
On Sat, 1 Feb 2003, Christopher L. Morrow wrote:
: On Sat, 1 Feb 2003, Scott Weeks wrote:
: > Hello,
: > I write this to ask network operators to share your statistics of this
: > flash crowd with NANOG.
: > For example, if possible, could NASA folks let us know the peak and
: > average hit rate to NASA TV (rtsp://18.104.22.168) or the traffic rates
: > on the routers leading into this server? (border.hcn.hq.nasa.gov and
: > realhq.hq.nasa.gov)
: This sounds like fabulous data to see.
: > Similarly, for UUnet folks (as you're the provider) or anyone that has
: > collected statistics that they're willing to share.
: Unfortunately UUNET doesn't provide connectivity to this, except for UUNET
: customers, NASA is not a direct customer...
: > Graphical (MRTG-esq) would be the best. If folks don't want to hear about
: > this, I'll take any info privately and summarize to anyone that asks me.
: > Thanks,
: > scott