YouTube CDN down?

Blair Trosper blair.trosper at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 21:22:43 UTC 2014


Watching in dev tools, the CDN is returning the dreaded HTTP header 204 (No
Content), even though the entire video is buffering.

This reminds me of an outage a while back that only affected IPv6.

I've confirmed with other users, and YouTube is dead to us from these
networks:
- AS22645 (Texas Gigapop) - v4/v6
- AS19108 (Suddenlink) - v4
- AS40285 (Northland Cable) - v4/v6
- AS40244 (TurnKey) - v4/v6

It does seem to be regional.  People in SC/NC who are presumably hitting
the Charleston DC are unaffected.

On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 4:16 PM, Brandon Martin <lists.nanog at monmotha.net>
wrote:

> On 09/29/2014 05:12 PM, Blair Trosper wrote:
>
>> Suddenly having an inability to play YouTube videos over IPv4 and IPv6
>> from
>> multiple ASNs in multiple locations in the United States.  Tried multiple
>> operating systems and browsers...all have the same issue.
>>
>> (The very few that do play stall out, even though they're buffered.)
>>
>> Is this just me, or is there an issue afoot?
>>
>>
> Seems to be working here over a HE.net IPv6 tunnel (Chicago endpoint).
>
> --
> Brandon Martin
>


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