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Re: AT&T/Sprint problems - Does Verio have their own network backbone
Yes, Verio does have their own backbone. -Jeremiah Johnson Verio >At 03:04 PM 11/30/98 -0700, you wrote: >> >>Does anybody know if verio actually has ANY backbone whatsoever? It >>appears that they just resell, and they dont even resell just 1 network, >>they resell a different backbone provider depending on what town they are >>in? > >I do know that Verio came in and bought out Spacelab.net, which was our >provider. The color & designs of the invoices changed. All the staff stayed >the same, none of my favorite engineers were lost. Verio might be building >their "network" on top of existing local networks and then hauling this >traffic to their peering providers. Take a look at: >http://www.verio.com/netops/netmap.html. > > >>On Mon, 30 Nov 1998, Rishi Singh wrote: >>-| Traceroute from one of my boxes with connectivity to VERIO (NYC). >>-| >>-| [[email protected] techno]$ traceroute sprintlink.net >>-| traceroute to sprintlink.net (18.104.22.168), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets >>-| 1 22.214.171.124 (126.96.36.199) 2.077 ms 2.020 ms 2.101 ms >>-| 2 188.8.131.52 (184.108.40.206) 4.778 ms 4.763 ms 4.705 ms >>-| 3 agis-mxol.newyork2.agis.net (220.127.116.11) 23.676 ms 38.185 ms > > > > ><o> Pings are free. Send a ping to someone today. ><o> Make a new friend :-). Check on your neighbor ><o> to see how they're doing. Say hi to someone ><o> remote :-). ><o> Rishi M. Singh - Sysadmin & Network "Cleaner"