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RE: So Cal Verizon FIOS Issues?
From: James Laszko <jamesl () mythostech com>
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2011 02:43:53 +0000

A little after 1900 we started to see the world light back up, from our FIOS connected perspective.  I'm utterly 
shocked at the lack of network status, support, status message on indefinite hold, etc...

We've been seeing a progressively worse VZ FIOS connection over the last few months -- this outage today makes me 
wonder how they've got this service designed........ was very odd...


-----Original Message-----
From: tlyons () sitehelp org [mailto:tlyons () sitehelp org] On Behalf Of Todd Lyons
Sent: Monday, August 29, 2011 7:32 PM
To: James Laszko
Cc: nanog
Subject: Re: So Cal Verizon FIOS Issues?

On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 3:46 PM, James Laszko <jamesl () mythostech com> wrote:
I was curious if anyone else is seeing huge problems from Verizon FIOS connected sites in Southern California 
reaching large segments of the Internet?  It appears that Verizon has lost something large in Los Angeles and it's 
affecting hundreds of our customers.  Lack of connectivity to various places around the Internet...  It's really odd 
because sites that are located in adjacent cities can get further than their neighbors, but fail in the end (some go 
to LAX and die, others get routed to DFW and die).   Large swaths of CDN's are not able to be connected to from any 
of the sites.

Curious what others are seeing.

At 5:15, I called my wife and she couldn't get out to hardly anything (no aol, no yahoo, no gmail, etc).  I got home, 
ate, and now at 7:30, everything I went to is reachable and she can now get to aol and gmail with no issues.  We're out 
in the IE and our connectivity is out of the Pomona plant.  Are you still seeing issues?  Got an mtr you want me to 


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