[Dshield] East Coast Core Internet Router -DOWN-

Valdis.Kletnieks@vt.edu Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu
Fri Oct 28 20:58:11 GMT 2005

On Fri, 28 Oct 2005 11:05:46 EDT, Gary Price said:
> Is there any info on what router etc.........

If you have anything more than "east coast core internet router", maybe
somebody can figure it out.

Something like "traceroutes from a.example.com to b.foobar.com stop at
casters-up.NYC.tier1.net" would be helpful.

Note that for a noticable outage, the problem is usually *not* a dead router,
but backhoe fade (unusual for late October, as backhoe mating season is in
springtime, and all the backhoes compete to demonstrate their digging prowess),
or a software config or routing change gone bad, causing a BGP wedgie (yes,
that's what it's called) requiring kick-starting a significant chunk of the
network to get things fixed (Level3 had an incident back on 10/21 where a
config change on an edge router in Chicago went bad, causing an AS7007-style
routing burp).
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