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Re: Problem with peering between Gblx and WCG?
Yes, we had two tickets w/ WilTel related to this during the past week. We initially noted a problem on Saturday (10/29). After escalation, they resolved it sometime yesterday per my understanding. After confirming the problem did not still exist from the GBLX route-server (telnet://route-server.gblx.net) we turned our session back up with them yesterday evening. It appears alright from our perspective at present. My understanding was that they had a saturated OC12c between them @ LAX. Not sure where else they inter-connect but it took several days for them to upgrade that link. Not sure why they didn't shift traffic elsewhere while working on the upgrade. -jr * Reeves, Rob <[email protected]> [20051102 17:42]: > > 1 ge4-1-0-226-1000M.ar4.PHX1.gblx.net (126.96.36.199) 0 msec 0 msec 0 msec > 2 so1-0-0-2488M.ar1.LAX2.gblx.net (188.8.131.52) 12 msec 8 msec 12 msec > 3 lsanca3lcx1-pos13-2.wcg.net (184.108.40.206) 772 msec 796 msec 804 msec > 4 anhmca1wcx2-pos5-0.wcg.net (220.127.116.11) [AS 7911] 804 msec 832 msec > 852 msec > 5 lsanca1wcx1-pos0-0-oc48.wcg.net (18.104.22.168) [AS 7911] 856 msec 988 > msec 1000 msec > > Would anyone happen to be aware of problems between Global Crossing and WCG > in CA? We're hearing reports of intermittent latency across this link over > the past three days. > > Thanks, > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > Rob Reeves > IP Network Engineer > Arbinet > 703-456-4172 > [email protected] > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > -- Josh Richards | Colocation Web Hosting Bandwidth Digital West Networks | +1 805 781-9378 / www.digitalwest.net San Luis Obispo, CA | AS14589 (Production) / AS29962 (R&D) [email protected] | DWNI - Making Internet Business Better