Anyone else having trouble reaching thepiratebay.se? AS39138

Javier J javier at advancedmachines.us
Thu Nov 27 14:47:04 UTC 2014


Looks like its working now (on FIOS anyway)

Curious to know why the major networks stopped seeing it yesterday as well.

On Thu, Nov 27, 2014 at 12:45 AM, Courtney Smith <courtneysmith at comcast.net>
wrote:

>
> > No problem here in Los Angeles either, but seeing a lone route through
> Atrato only.
> >
> > flags destination          gateway          lpref   med aspath origin
> > *>    194.71.107.0/24      <>     100     0 3491 5580 39138 22351 2.207
> 51040 i
> > *     194.71.107.0/24      <>       100     0 174 5580 39138 22351
> 2.207 51040 i
> >
> >
> > On 11/27/2014 午前 11:24, Tony Wicks wrote:
> >>
> >> No problem here in New Zealand
> >>
> >> tonyw at vrhost1-w> show route 194.71.107.0/24
> >>
> >> icore1-w.inet.0: 519451 destinations, 525214 routes (519437 active, 14
> >> holddown, 0 hidden)
> >> + = Active Route, - = Last Active, * = Both
> >>
> >> 194.71.107.0/24    *[BGP/170] 10:25:44, MED 0, localpref 90
> >>                        AS path: 4826 5580 39138 22351 131279 51040 I,
> >> validation-state: unverified
> >>                      > to 175.45.102.9 via ae1.526
> >>
>
> Hopefully the body cones thru this time.  The issue isn't city or country
> based.  In my last post I pointed out the do not announce to peers
> community AS5580 was sending to Cogent, Level3 and who knows who else.   So
> any ASN that is not a customer of Cogent or Level3 wont learn the 5580 path
> from them.
>
> When I checked a few hours ago, Comcast, Centurylink, AT&T, TATA, and
> possibly Sprint were not seeing the /24 based on their public looking
> glasses or route servers.  Have not had time to run bgplay  to see if
> routeviews data shows how they previously saw the /24 in past 30 days.
> Finding the ASN(s) they used to see from would shed light on why they
> stopped seeing.   Checking bgplay and contacting AS51040 to reach out to
> their upstreams is my suggestion.


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