MAE-east weirdness

Vadim Antonov avg at
Mon May 8 21:41:21 UTC 1995

Sprint has nothing to do with the loops.  Gordon -- you
as a practioning journalist should know better than to
trust "information" of hear-say, particluarly when the
source explicitly disclaimed any first-hand knowledge.

Sprint customers are informed about scheduled maintenance
and outages by means of a special mailing list.


Did this happen on Friday?  If so I heard from a directly knowledgeable 
source that there was a power failure in Dallas that affected the MFS pop 
there and that MFS had to bring in a truck with generators to get the 
node operational again.  If this is correct wold the looping be really 
blamable to either UUNET or Sprint?

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