Pacific Northwest downtime?
jeffw at he.net
Fri Aug 13 01:36:22 CDT 2010
We contacted GBLX and the issue was resolved shortly thereafter. Last
time this happened one of their internal routers hung and someone kicked
it. No idea if this was the same type of issue.
In this case, more that just traffic between us and Comcast was
affected, at least according to a friend of mine who's on Comcast.
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On 8/12/2010 11:32 PM, John A. Kilpatrick wrote:
> Yeah, I saw it too. My traceroute was dying at an IP belonging to Global Crossing and the DNS looked like it was at 11 Great Oaks. I called Comcast to report it, but they just kept saying I should reboot my modem.
> On Aug 12, 2010, at 11:19 PM, Ashoat Tevosyan wrote:
>> Never mind, back up! Apparently there was a problem at Comcast.
>> On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 11:07 PM, Ashoat Tevosyan
>> <ashoat at cs.washington.edu>wrote:
>>> Hey guys,
>>> Anybody else in the Pacific Northwest notice some sites down? I'm using
>>> Comcast here at home, and I can't reach anything over at Hurricane Electric.
>>> I can confirm that HE is reachable from the University of Washington.
> John A. Kilpatrick
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