Telia network quality

Dmitry Sherman dmitry at
Tue Feb 7 12:24:29 UTC 2017

Same here 2 BGP flaps in past week.

Dmitry Sherman
dmitry at
Interhost Networks Ltd
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-----Original Message-----
From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-bounces at] On Behalf Of Greg Sowell
Sent: Sunday, February 5, 2017 1:37 AM
To: Kaiser, Erich <erich at>
Cc: nanog at
Subject: Re: Telia network quality

I've been using them out of Dallas for about 2.5 years now with very good success.  Their NOC has been top notch in responding to our issues, though I've seen repeated peering issues for them with a single provider, but who's to say that's their fault and not the other parties?

On Thu, Feb 2, 2017 at 8:55 PM, Kaiser, Erich <erich at> wrote:

> I would say that information is not 100% accurate.  We use Telia for 
> waves nationwide and also have several DIA ingest(transit) points from 
> them.  If anything, the IRU carriers they are using may have a problem 
> sometimes due to fiber cuts, but that is why you build redundant paths.
> They are very ontop of the ball when one of the waves goes down.  We 
> actually don't utilize a ton of their transit due to the nature of our 
> network design, because we are  connected to all of the major IXs.
> Erich Kaiser
> The Fusion Network
> erich at
> Office: 630-621-4804
> Cell: 630-777-9291
> On Thu, Feb 2, 2017 at 10:12 AM, Don <don at> wrote:
> > I heard Telia's quality had been on the decline lately as they were 
> > signing on lots of high-capacity new customers, and Cloudflare had 
> > some complaint about them a few months prior too. Does anybody have 
> > any
> insight
> > into whether this is still the case? I was trying to evaluate 
> > whether
> Telia
> > would be a good carrier to switch over to as a primary provider, as 
> > their pricing does look pretty attractive.
> >
> > B/R
> > Don


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