Qrator Radar - Peerings
aa at qrator.net
Wed Dec 6 21:54:49 CST 2017
Job, thank you for the intro. :)
Dear Mike, the radar project is operating its own BGP collector system
which improves when we have more sessions and loses data, when BGP sessions
are going down. While it's overall amount is constantly growing (it reached
400 a month ago), there are sessions that disconnect from our RR.
Visibility of peering relations is most vulnerable in this case because
they are not globally visible. So, when one ISP shutdowns session there may
be a decrease in numbers of peers for this ISP and its providers.
At the moment we are not contacting users when BGP session goes down, maybe
we should reconsider these politics.
6 дек. 2017 г. 5:47 PM пользователь "Job Snijders" <job at instituut.net>
On Wed, 6 Dec 2017 at 15:42, Mike Hammett <nanog at ics-il.net> wrote:
> I haven't brought it up with them, no. I didn't think it was a mass issue
> until last night. I wanted to check with other users before I went to them.
> Maybe I should have done the opposite.
Yes, you should’ve. The Qrator folks are good people.
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