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RE: Sprint Problems?
Well...our connectivity problems out of Pittsburgh have went from sporadic, skipped bad and worse and are at critical. -----Original Message----- From: Ryan Werber [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Monday, November 24, 2008 4:47 PM To: Justin M. Streiner; Mills, Charles Cc: [email protected] Subject: RE: Sprint Problems? Hello, >-----Original Message----- >From: Justin M. Streiner [mailto:[email protected]] >Sent: Monday, November 24, 2008 1:42 PM >On Mon, 24 Nov 2008, Mills, Charles wrote: >> Anyone seeing or have an insight as to what is going on with Sprint? >> Connectivity very sporadic. Very high latency. >Yeah, I'm seeing it here too. Looks like Sprint is advertising routes >that they don't actually have reachability for... Perhaps someone >fat-fingered an access-list? We had a customer of ours last night complain of unreachability to a PEER1 (AS13768) route but for some reason Sprint was advertising it. That route had nothing to do with sprint originally. Packets were getting thrown around in the Atlanta area until the TTL finally expired. It seemed to clear it self up last night, but I think we are seeing some residual damage here. Ryan Werber Sr. Network Engineer Epik Networks (AS 21513) This e-mail message and any files transmitted with it contain confidential information intended only for the person(s) to whom this email message is addressed. If you have received this e-mail message in error, please notify the sender immediately by telephone or e-mail and destroy the original message without making a copy. Thank you. Neither this information block, the typed name of the sender, nor anything else in this message is intended to constitute an electronic signature unless a specific statement to the contrary is included in this message.