qwest outage no notice
jrossi at ptnsecurity.com
Thu Jan 7 09:02:22 CST 2010
Give the nature of the issue from juniper I am guessing that a large number of companies were doing upgrades over the last few days as fast as they could. http://j.mp/8XaReK has the details I know of now.
On Jan 7, 2010, at 5:14 AM, Steve Ryan wrote:
> Any other specifics? Got a trouble ticket ID?
> I'm located in the NW (Talent, Oregon, just over CA border..) and we have a few customers on Qwest T1's and the like. We also have a customer who gets MPLS directly from Q.
> We've yet to hear of any outages for our customers - but I suppose the night is still young...
> Any other information you got might be helpful..
> On 1/7/2010 2:04 AM, Mike wrote:
>> We just had a qwest outage of about 2 mins at 1:41am pst. When I called to report it I was told it was a 200+ emergency software upgrade due to a security concern, and that we will get a notice later after the fact. Normally we get notices in advance, even for software upgrades due to security or other important issues, so I am curious if other qwest customers had the same experience and wether this is how it's going to be from here on in? The affected platform was juniper and I'd love to know the specfic case being addressed here.
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