Observations of an Internet Middleman (Level3)
kilobit at gmail.com
Sun May 18 22:55:01 UTC 2014
In your first reply you mention a lot of "we're all good, we comply, we
don't do x etc"
However you seem to have forgotten to reply to question #1 that Arvinder
asked. (#2 you were able to reply)
http://comcrust.com/ is already four years old it would seem enough time to
get an upgrade in place. Our tata upgrades are usually in place after a
couple of weeks.
On Fri, May 16, 2014 at 4:58 PM, Livingood, Jason <
Jason_Livingood at cable.comcast.com> wrote:
> On 5/16/14, 7:56 AM, "Vinny Abello" <vinny at abellohome.net> wrote:
> >I think he's questioning why packets from speedtest.comcast.net have CS1
> >if everything is supposedly equal, and what that is used for. A quick
> >Wireshark shows that to be true right now running to your Plainfield, NJ
> >speedtest site, and my network peers directly with Comcast.
> >I'm kind of curious too. What is the purpose of this? Is it the
> >traditional purpose of CS1 to be less than best effort or something
> >else? If this is the case it seems Comcast would be purposely putting
> >themselves at a disadvantage in speed tests when congestion is
> >involved... or is this possibly on purpose to make peering problems look
> >even worse during congestion?
> Ah! That makes sense now. CS1 is used internally to mark best effort
> Internet traffic. This has often caused confusion when folks see our
> markings. If folks want to send me any data off-list that you think merits
> further investigation, let me know (never know if something someplace is
> an honest config error).
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