Level 3 TPA routing today?

Craig Pierantozzi craigp at tozz.net
Wed Aug 27 19:23:51 CDT 2008


Most likely the issue was communication between the NOC and the  
service management center. The NOC deals with the core facing events  
versus the SMC which takes the incoming calls from the customers. In  
this case the issue was identified and resolved in the NOC.

Perhaps the RFO was not posted internally or whomever you talked with  
didn't check the status updates or something. Lot's of things could  
have resulted in a tech not knowing about this type of issue.

Anyway, to tie up loose ends, there was a problem on a core router  
that was isolated and then repaired in Atlanta.

regards
-Craig

On Aug 27, 2008, at 5:02 PM, Jon Lewis wrote:

> On Wed, 27 Aug 2008, David Hubbard wrote:
>
>> be.  The tech I spoke to this morning said he had no
>> knowledge of any issues yesterday, of course my ticket
>> also had none of the information I sent in to them
>> yesterday or even a clear description of what the
>> problem was....
>
> We opened a ticket for today's event and got the same response.
>
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