Hurricane Electric packet loss

Nicolas Chabbey nchabbey at n3network.ch
Tue Jul 22 12:23:01 UTC 2014


Forget about it. The delay are correct, my mistake. I should look more 
carefully.

I also been a regular customer of HE, and always been satisfied with 
their service, especially regarding the IPv6 transit.

On 07/22/2014 02:13 PM, Nicolas Chabbey wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Did you notice the average RTT delay from the 5th hop and beyond? I'm 
> not sure if you can trust the values according to the high packet 
> loss, but it may indicate an additional problem (or MAY confirm your 
> assumption about congestion).
>
> On 07/22/2014 11:48 AM, Wolfgang Nagele (AusRegistry) wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> We’ve been customers of Hurricane Electric for a number of years now 
>> and always been happy with their service.
>>
>> In recent months packet loss on some of their major routes has become 
>> a very common (every few days) occurrence. Without knowledge of their 
>> network I am unsure what’s the cause of it but we’ve seen it on the 
>> Tokyo - US routes as well as the London - US routes. It reminds me of 
>> the Cogent expansion which was carried out by unsustainable 
>> oversubscription which eventually resulted in unusable service for a 
>> number of years. Having seen some of the rates that HE has been 
>> selling for I can’t help but wonder if they made the same mistake ...
>>
>> Here is an example of what’s going on again atm.
>> HOST: prolocation01.ring.nlnog.ne Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg Best  Wrst 
>> StDev
>>    1.|-- 2a00:d00:ff:136::253       0.0%    11    0.3   0.3 0.3   
>> 0.4   0.0
>>    2.|-- 2a00:d00:1:12::1           0.0%    10    0.7   0.8 0.7   
>> 1.1   0.1
>>    3.|-- hurricane-electric.nikhef  0.0%    10    0.7   3.1 0.7   
>> 8.3   2.9
>>    4.|-- 100ge9-1.core1.lon2.he.ne  0.0%    10    9.8  12.6 8.0  
>> 19.2   4.1
>>    5.|-- 100ge1-1.core1.nyc4.he.ne 10.0%    10   74.7  74.6 73.7  
>> 80.8   2.3
>>    6.|-- 10ge10-3.core1.lax1.he.ne 30.0%    10  133.4 138.0 133.4 
>> 145.1   4.8
>>    7.|-- 10ge1-3.core1.lax2.he.net 20.0%    10  135.7 139.1 133.4 
>> 145.1   4.5
>>    8.|-- 2001:504:13::3b           40.0%    10  143.2 143.1 142.1 
>> 144.4   0.8
>>    9.|-- 2402:7800:100:1::55       50.0%    10  144.4 144.1 143.8 
>> 144.4   0.2
>>   10.|-- 2402:7800:0:1::f6         60.0%    10  298.7 298.4 298.2 
>> 298.7   0.2
>>   11.|-- ge-0-1-4.cor02.syd03.nsw. 10.0%    10  299.3 298.9 298.3 
>> 299.5   0.5
>>   12.|-- 2402:7800:0:2::18a        20.0%    10  299.7 299.4 298.9 
>> 300.1   0.4
>>   13.|-- 2001:dcd:12::10           30.0%    10  299.8 299.5 298.8 
>> 300.0   0.5
>>
>> Is anybody else observing this as well?
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Wolfgang
>



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