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Traffic shaping going on?
- Subject: Traffic shaping going on?
- From: jared at puck.nether.net (Jared Mauch)
- Date: Wed, 8 May 2013 13:09:02 -0400
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On May 8, 2013, at 10:54 AM, Ray Wong <rayw at rayw.net> wrote:
> Doesn't seem directly correlated with outages, and everything seems to be
> working ok, but I'm seeing about a 20-30% shift in flows from AS7792 to
> AS3356. Seems unlikely that many ISPs have suddenly turned up a level3 link
> on the same day/hour, and performance metrics all seem normal. I confess
> I've had to turn my attention away from network issues to
> systems/DB/security ones lately, so I may have missed something. Anyone
> else seeing fairly significant next hop shifts over the previous 24 hours?
> All of yesterdays major outages I was sort of suspecting seem to have been
> resolved without correlating shifts back.
Just a random guess:
Level3 could be migrating/integrating further networks which has triggered this shift. They do represent over 50% of the networks out there
You can see here they have 51% of AS'es and 55% of IPv4 prefixes behind them.
If you look at the combined, it's even more @69%/72% here: