Advisory - tunneling of IP at exchange points.
Dave Van Allen
dave at fast.net
Wed Nov 26 19:32:40 UTC 1997
Hi, Craig, that's all been done, cisco verified the troubles and
anomalies here on-site, all info has been transmitted to them now for
months. The BUGid description is worded incorrectly as I said, so you
can't really glean meaningful info from just the description. I opened
that ticket and it has been very frustrating indeed. You're right, it's
a valuable tool however it is verifiably broken in certain instances. I
was just cautioning anyone who needed to count on it.
David Van Allen - FASTNET(tm) / You Tools Corporation
dave at fast.net (888)321-FAST(3278) http://www.fast.net
FASTNET - Business and Personal Internet Solutions
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Craig A. Huegen [SMTP:chuegen at quadrunner.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 1997 10:35 AM
> To: Dave Van Allen
> Cc: 'Paul Thornton'; nanog at merit.edu
> Subject: RE: Advisory - tunneling of IP at exchange points.
> On Wed, 26 Nov 1997, Dave Van Allen wrote:
> ==>We find log-input to very unreliable and often producing wrong
> ==>information. It indeed operates differently across the 11.1 train
> ==>comment on 11.2 offered) I think 11.1.15 breaks it badly. Albeit
> ==>improperly worded and not well defined in print on CCO, please
> ==>cisco BUGid CSCdj40503 prior to trusting log-input for any valid
> CSCdj40503 simply fixes a problem where packets are not logged under
> certain conditions. It doesn't change any information.
> I've never seen a problem with log-input reporting bad information; if
> have and can reproduce, please document and contact your normal
> channels to fix this valuable tool.
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