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RE: Qwest yesterday?
May be unrelated, but our latency on an OC3C from NYC to London doubled yesterday, then went back to normal today ... seems like they must have re-routed the circut to a much longer path than it takes normally. -travis On Tue, 19 Dec 2000, Ralph Forsythe wrote: > > Their usual excuse is a fiber cut somewhere, but they didn't even give me > that this time! The thing is, my CSU was green so I know the physical > circuit integrity was there. I'd think it was a bad route, but it didn't > seem to propogate far enough to be that (my Qwest DSL worked fine, and > other parts of their network were ok), so I'm leaning towards catastrophic > router failure, though I can't imagine why it wouldn't have gone to > backup. Surely Qwest has redundancy... ??? > > - Ralph Forsythe > [email protected] > > At 09:06 AM 12/19/00 -0800, you wrote: > > >It has been my experience that the last mile in the mile high city is the > >worst last mile ever. Qwest and USWest have had multiple outages for our > >T1 in Denver, but we never are given a very good RFO. (reason for > >outage) the best we have been told is that on separate instances we lost > >a load coil, redundant sonnet rings for the city, a repeater and a bad CSU > >chassis. Our ISP is concentric, but I think the physical lines in Denver > >are the problem. Good luck! > > > >Ciao! > > > >Andrew Lewis > >KORE > >Newport Beach, California > >www.kore.com > > >