[nanog] the whole world disappeared?
mhurst at fastlane.ca
Mon Apr 13 21:34:59 UTC 1998
I noticed that all PSI Canada/Istar traffic dropped off the planet todya.
I changed accounts and it would appear Sprint was able to stay alive....
On Mon, 13 Apr 1998, Stephen Balbach wrote:
> I just heard "all of AT&T's PVC's died worldwide" -- this should be fun.
> On Mon, 13 Apr 1998, Rob M VanHooren wrote:
> > Anyone have details on AT&T tkt# 841-302-457?
> > Apparently 75% of all Canada/US cross-border just fell over and died.
> > I've got Frame and T's *and* 800/888 voice circuits that just went for a
> > nosedive. Nobody's saying squat.
> > Anyone with a clue or ETA? Who dropped a bomb or something? Is it just
> > AT&T? I tried Sprint and MCI's NOCs; they are both also "experiencing
> > heavy call volume" and that might be a clue it's bigger than just one IXC.
> > And I wanted to go home on time (ie. before midnight). Sheesh. I know, I
> > know, it's my fault -- I chose this as a career :-))
> > Anyone with a clue, drop us a note?
> > w/thx.
> > --R.
> > PS: yes, yes, this really should have gone to outage-discuss. Sorry...
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> > Rob M. VanHooren - Chief Plumber, +1 519 679-1155 x33
> > Packet Pusher, and Resident Mad Scientist(tm) Alarms to 646-4724
> > Network Engineering Services 171 Queens Avenue, Suite 320
> > Linkdata Communications Inc. London, CANADA
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