Connectivity to Brazil

Kevin Hodle kevin.hodle at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 08:16:28 CST 2011


OMG !!!...l know this sounds weird and you wouldn't believe me...Yes,
am really stuck out here in the UK and it's so devastating at the
moment i really need your help l wish l could cal but l don't have
access to phone at the moment , I really need your help to get myself
out of this mess. The hotel management has been kind to let have an
access to a library to get across to anybody to help me since my
luggage was also taken away.Hope to hear from you soon
___
Kelvin

On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 3:10 PM, isabel dias <isabeldias1 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> who are you?
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> ________________________________
> From: Steve Danelli <the76posse at gmail.com>
> To: "nanog at nanog.org" <nanog at nanog.org>
> Sent: Tue, February 1, 2011 1:54:47 PM
> Subject: Connectivity to Brazil
>
> Hello all!!!  First post here
>
> Some carrier, somewhere between us and the service provider is selectively
> dropping the IKE packets originating from our VPN gateway and destined for our
> Brazil gateway. Other traffic is able to pass, as are the IKE packets coming
> back from Brazil to us. This is effectively preventing us from establishing the
> IPSEC tunnel between our gateways.
>
> Also something else is awry, for two given hosts on the same subnet (x.y.z.52
> and x.y.z.53), they take two wildly divergent paths:
>
>
> For dest  x.y.x.52
>
>   16 ms    3 ms    3 ms  xe-2-3-0.cr1.lga5.us.above.net [64.125.31.34]
>   2 ms    2 ms    2 ms  xe-0-1-0.er1.lga5.us.above.net [64.125.27.61]
>   12 ms    3 ms    13 ms  e2-4-10000m.ar9.nyc1.gblx.net [208.178.58.197]
>   117 ms  118 ms  118 ms  te3-4-10g.asr1.gru1.gblx.net [67.16.142.238]
>   136 ms  137 ms  136 ms
> ctbc-multimidia-data-net-s-a.gigabitethernet1-2.ar5.gru1.gblx.net
> [207.138.94.102]
>   157 ms  136 ms  138 ms  xe-3-2-0-0.core-b.ula001.ctbc.com.br [201.48.44.165]
>   132 ms  132 ms  141 ms  ge-3-0-0-0.core-b.spo511.ctbc.com.br [201.48.44.14]
>   135 ms  133 ms  134 ms  ae1-0.edge-a.spo511.ctbc.com.br [201.48.44.93]
>
>
> For dest  x.y.x.53
>
>   3 ms    2 ms    3 ms  xe-2-3-0.cr1.lga5.us.above.net [64.125.31.34]
>   2 ms    2 ms    2 ms  xe-1-1-0.er1.lga5.us.above.net [64.125.26.162]
>   19 ms    3 ms    12 ms  e2-4-10000m.ar9.nyc1.gblx.net [208.178.58.197]
>   117 ms  117 ms  117 ms  te3-4-10g.asr1.gru1.gblx.net [67.16.142.238]
>   117 ms  117 ms  118 ms  64.209.106.170
>   118 ms  118 ms  118 ms  ae1-0.edge-a.spo511.ctbc.com.br [201.48.44.93]
>
> Anyone have any insight on to what may be occurring?
>
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> Sent from my iPhone
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Cheers,
Kevin
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