GNi/365main Above.net peering problems?
wschultz at bsdboy.com
Sat Aug 30 14:17:03 CDT 2008
We found a routing loop on 8/20 caused by some maintenance that either
did not get completed, wasn't properly configured, or otherwise had
some problems the evening before. At that point I went ahead and shut
down BGP peering and asked to be notified when all was well.
8/26 notified that all was well, other customers had been affected,
really sorry about that, etc.
8/27 received another emergency maintenance notification
8/29 received another emergency maintenance notification
I did not do any investigation so I don't know any more then the above
but there clearly is some work being done that has not gone exactly as
planned. Meanwhile, peering will remain down until they things get
I suppose the short answer is, we've seen problems for about 10 days.
Hope they get things worked out.
On Aug 30, 2008, at 11:42 AM, Rusty Hodge wrote:
> Anyone using transit from GNi at 365main seeing problems on routes
> that normally go over Above.net?
> For the last 36 hours, we've had problems. GNi isn't saying anything
> except that "replacement router cards are being delivered".
> I'm not sure if it's just routing via Above.net but lots of routes
> going through core-01.ge-1-1.sfo1.gni.com seems to be getting
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