freedman at netaxs.com
Wed Dec 13 21:39:56 UTC 1995
> i hope this is appropriate for this list.
> 220.127.116.11/24 is being announced from as5798 via as3130 and as3838.
> we have an radb entry for it. there was an mci entry until monday
> night. but as of today (wednesday) we still get all incoming traffic
> via as3130. outgoing seems to be fairly well balanced between our
> providers, so the theory says that we should get about equal data in
> from them too.
Actually, incoming and outgoing are often/usually controlled by totally
For example, how are you doing load balancing? By having the Cisco throw
packets alternately out each port? By having it do so on a connection-
oriented basis ('ip route-cache' as opposed to 'no ip route-cache')?
Or do you take full or partial routes from your providers?
> maybe some of you can look at your routers and help me figure out why
> we aren't getting any data in via as3838.
> any other clues would be greatly appreciated as well.
I think in general the most appropriate thing is to first contact
the NOC for ASN 3838 (Structured Network Systems). Or since it's
not cutting you off from the net, send e-mail to kozowski at structured.net
[info gleaned from the whois records].
But I see only one route for you. The tail of the AS-Path is
1239 1792 3130 5798.
Perhaps you're not sending 18.104.22.168/24 to AS 3838?
Or they've filtered it?
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