[inquiry] Internet/cell in Teheran down?

Martin A. Brown mabrown at renesys.com
Sun Jun 14 14:10:45 CDT 2009


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Hello,

We examined yesterday's BGP advertisement patterns for evidence of 
transit change, outage and instability (the outage and instability 
pattern was fairly obvious, but certainly didn't look like a natural 
disaster).  Anyway, we did notice a rather unmistakeable transit 
shift to TTNet for all paths inbound to 12880 (DCI) the primary 
transit provider in Iran.  For a bit more detail, you can check out 
our story [0].  Thanks again to all of our BGP peers!

- -Martin

 [0] http://www.renesys.com/blog/2009/06/strange-changes-in-iranian-int.shtml

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Martin A. Brown --- Renesys Corporation --- mabrown at renesys.com
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