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Re: link between Sprint and Level3 Networks is down in Chicago

  • From: Matthew Petach
  • Date: Thu Nov 09 19:43:57 2006
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On 11/9/06, Deepak Jain <[email protected]> wrote:
Does someone know if this is a *single* link down?? It seems bizarre to
me that there would only be a single link (geographically) between those

Whatever happened to redundancy?

From the outside, this appeared to be more like a CEF
consistency sort of thing; routes were still carrying packets
to the interconnect, but the packets were not successfully
making it across the interconnect.  I would hazard a guess
that had the link truly gone down in the classic sense, BGP
would have done the more proper thing, and found a different
path for the routes to propagate along.

Again, this is speculation from the outside, based on the
path packets were taking before dropping on the floor.


Dennis Dayman wrote:
> We received confirmation from Time Warner. The link between Sprint and
> Level3 Networks is down in Chicago. This has been an issue since 3:10 PM
> EST.  Time Warner has a ticket open to address the issue. Not sure what it
> is yet.
> -Dennis