MAE-East - Operational question
dorian at blackrose.org
Thu Aug 20 17:38:02 UTC 1998
On Wed, Aug 19, 1998 at 05:35:57PM -0400, Jeff Barrows wrote:
> - The peering session between Network A and Network B
> is traversing the network of FDDI switches at the IX,
> as the networks are not peering across a FDDI switch
> that they have in common, and the links are congested.
> Other things one can do :
> - Peering session can be moved to a FDDI switch that
> the two networks have in common.
The others, as you've observed are reasonably fixable problems, given
inclination, but this last problem is non-trivial to fix, because of
the physically distributed nature of some interconnects.
I'm not yet certain as to whether ATM replacement of FDDI is the right
solution to this problem.
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