Apple updates - Affect on network
carlos at race.com
Wed Oct 12 23:08:22 UTC 2011
Looks to have been the gs.apple.com was over loaded after about 30
attempts and 3 hrs it finally went through.
Race Communications / Race Team Member
101 Haskins Way, So. San Francisco, CA. 94080
Phone: +1 415 376 3314 Fax: +1 650 246 8901 / carlos *at* race.com /
On 10/12/11 2:25 PM, "Ryan Wilkins" <ryan at deadfrog.net> wrote:
>Have you previously run TinyUmbrella? It has been known to set
>gs.apple.com to a cydia server in the local hosts file which would return
>Or it could be gs is overloaded or down.
>On Oct 12, 2011, at 3:56 PM, Carlos Alcantar <carlos at race.com> wrote:
>> Has anyone else bricked there phone doing the iOS 5 update. I just ran
>> mine in the middle of the update I got a 3004 error doing some research
>> that error means can't connect to gs.apple.com I'm guessing that¹s there
>> upgrade server. So right now I'm SOL till I can connect to the update
>> server. Looking on twitter it looks like I'm not the only person that
>> gotten this.
>> Carlos Alcantar
>> Race Communications / Race Team Member
>> 101 Haskins Way, So. San Francisco, CA. 94080
>> Phone: +1 415 376 3314 Fax: +1 650 246 8901 / carlos *at* race.com /
>> On 10/12/11 1:20 PM, "Ray Van Dolson" <rvandolson at esri.com> wrote:
>>> On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 01:10:08PM -0700, Zachary McGibbon wrote:
>>>> With all of Apple's updates today (MacOS, iOS, Apps, etc) we saw a big
>>>> increase on one of our links to our ISP at 1pm Eastern.
>>>> Did anyone else notice significant traffic jumps on their networks?
>>> That's an impressive jump. Do you have some netflow data showing the
>>> target subnets that were being hit?
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