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- Subject: 6BONE down?
- From: [email protected] (Rafal Maszkowski)
- Date: Tue, 3 Jun 1997 02:09:46 +0200 (MET DST)
Having persisting problems with routing to NRL I tried to look around
and hand-made the following table showing backbone sites reachability.
1st columnt contains a list of all backbone sites according to
1st row lists the sites doing measurements, 2nd row - backbone sites
they are connected to.
Measurements are from different hours but more less Jun 2nd/3rd evening/night
'x' means reachable
'-' no measuments done
The is a lot of sites completely down and some important ones appearing
and disappering, like UUNET-UK (I couldn't get from PDi to UCAM-T today
but now the route via UUNET-UK is back). Another site, important for
a linuxer is NRL (and ftpV6 archive at Inner). It seems to be down
Because the table consist mostly of holes I'd like to start with e.g.
NRL - has anybody seen a route to it? What are good methods to find
problems in 6BONE? - I imagine that publishing raw routing table dump
for all backbone sites, via ftp or WWW (or running public SNMP) would
help a lot.
#who JOIN NIST TU-BS CRS4 CSELT PDiT UCAM-T
#via NRL,G6 JOIN CSELT? SICS IFB,UUNET-UK
UNI-C x x x
TELEBIT x x x x
SICS x x x x x
G6 x x x x x?
JOIN x x x x
NWNET x - x x
IFB - x x
CSELT x x ?
DIGITAL-CA x x x x
BAY x x x
Rafal Maszkowski [email protected] http://www.torun.pdi.net/~rzm
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