Teleglobe to UUnet

Dmitry S. Esakov esakov at macomnet.ru
Tue Nov 30 09:55:57 UTC 1999


Can someone indicate me some UUNet Looking Glass so I can check routes
from Teleglobe ? I found only traceroute unfortunately.


On Tue, 30 Nov 1999, Neil J. McRae wrote:

> 
> Teleglobe's service is a complete joke. I've bought speakers
> from a man in a white van and got better service.
> I've just opened a ticket recently regarding UUNET issues also.
> For some reason Teleglobe was routeing one of our prefixes via
> their UUNET interconnect at LA and the other via Seattle, The LA
> route was really bad whilst the Seattle was bearable, I emailed
> trouble at teleglobe.net it takes 2 hours for them to respond to only
> say:
> 
> -------- 
> 
> THE FOLLOWING IS THE ANNOUNCEMENTS WE DO FOR BOTH YOUR NETWORKS IN NEW-YORK.
> 
> -------
> 
> Do you notice something wrong with that picture? The actual information
> that followed was a sh ip bgp of our routes on the access router that
> we connect too. Useful? hoho not I think.
> They then went on to blame UUNET. We re-routed the traffic via
> one of our other transit providers and some miracle must have
> happened on UUNET's network because the problem went away.
> My view is that Teleglobe have severe congestion issues
> with UUNET at the moment it seems to be a regular occurance with them. 
> Whats more annoying is that they never admit these problem unless
> you make a huge noise about it, a regular occurance seems to be
> report a fault and get a reponse that indicates that they already know
> about the problem? IF SO WHY NOT TELL US? 
> 
> Regards,
> Neil.
> 
> 
> >                 Hello!
> > 
> > Macomnet (ISP, AS8470, Moscow, Russia)  uses world connectivity via
> > Teleglobe. We have a router, managed by us, in NY. The interface pointing
> > to America uses Teleglobe's address and another one, pointing to Moscow
> >  - ours.
> >  
> > Regullary I see a quite strange heavy delays on Teleglobe to
> > Alternet interconnect point.  I traced the route to several
> > destinations with SRC addresses from Teleglobe's and Macomnet's IP blocks.
> > The problem is that packets with SRC from Teleglobe address space passes
> > through with lower delays than packets with Macomnet's SRC addresses.
> 
> -- 
> Neil J. McRae - Alive and Kicking.
> neil at DOMINO.ORG
> 

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Have a nice day!
Esakov Dmitriy, Macomnet Internet Dpt.





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