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Re: BBN bitten again?
I would tend to agree. I consider this a list where people talk about networking in north america, to work together to determine what others are doing, and to get a feel for the technical side of the north american internet connectivity. Things like bbn, agis, iMCI, and S-link outages should go to their NOCs when you notice them. We can talk about them here, but I would think (big assumption on my part) that it would be more about "The router at cambridge did XXX, or is doing YYY, anyone else seen this before?" or other such issues like "Don't you hate it when your router does ZZZ?", and we can form a group that wants to go after vendors. It makes no sense to report outages here, all the NOCs of isps do not monitor this list, and it would not make sense for them to either, becuase currently it has too high of a ratio of unimportant stuff per important and good knowledge. - jared Randy Bush graced my mailbox with this long sought knowledge: > > Since early yesterday, much or all of BBN Cambridge has been down. > > Anyone know what is going on? > > I know this will come as a complete shock to you. But the probability that > the BBN NOC does is above 0.5, and that the members of this list do is below > 0.1. > > Contrary to some people's belief, this list is not the worldwide NOC or > trouble reporting system. > > randy > - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -