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Re: Concerning 192.x.x.x and routing

  • From: Dorian Kim
  • Date: Mon Jan 08 14:14:15 1996

Jon, I don't know why you were copied on this, but this was an internal 
WISCnet issue and has been resolved.

-dorian

On Mon, 8 Jan 1996 postel@ISI.EDU wrote:

> 
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> 
> From: "John S. Pinnow" <jspinnow@allmalt.cs.uwm.edu>
> Subject: Concerning 192.x.x.x and routing
> To: paul.weber@mci.com, jeff@UWM.EDU, EJNORMAN@MACC.WISC.EDU,
>         hostmaster@cic.net, JKRey@ISI.EDU
> Date: Sat, 6 Jan 1996 14:29:30 -0600 (CST)
> Cc: jspinnow@allmalt.cs.uwm.edu (John S. Pinnow)
> 
> I am trying to reach 192.135.135.1 and I know it is up. They are
> trying to get out with no success.
> 
> Now every time I trying to telnet,rlogin,ftp to this place. The packets
> are sent down the wrong route. 
> 
> 192.135.135.1 is supposed to hop on to wiscnet.net and make its way
> to csdnb.csd.mu.edu and then route over via that server. This is not
> happening. 
> 
> >From serveral accounts I tried. Each funneling the packets down mci net.
> 
> Interesting enough I tried random destinations on the 192.x.x.x network
> and they all want to wrote the same way. I think something is funny here.
> 
> Someone along the line has some weird mask set that is funneling the
> whole 192 net down a pipe that it may not have to travel threw.
> 
> traceroute to csdnb.csd.mu.edu. It makes it fine. Thats where the
> 192.135.135.x packets are destined for, but they never get there.
> 
> 
> Now... I ask you kindly to research this. I already got a message
> to contact whois 192.135.135. Now don't give me that. I know the administrator
> and he is just as puzzled as I am about this mess. They can't get out
> and I can't get back in.  I am a bit frustrated. 
> 
> If you kindly give me information on who to contact to get this routing
> mess back under control, I would greatly appreciate it.
> 
> Thank you for assistance!
> -- 
> John S. Pinnow   `net:jspinnow@cs.uwm.edu   ` Home Voice: [414] 761-1537
> My opinions are not that of UWM, I am not operating in any official compacity
> 
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> From: John Stewart Pinnow <jspinnow@winternet.com>
> Subject: Why?
> To: JKRey@ISI.EDU
> Date: Wed, 3 Jan 1996 21:09:18 -0600 (CST)
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> %/usr/etc/traceroute 192.135.135.1
> traceroute to 192.135.135.1 (192.135.135.1), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
>  1  winternet-gw.winternet.com (198.174.169.254)  8 ms  24 ms  41 ms
>  2  mrnet-Winternet1.MR.Net (137.192.18.1)  55 ms  13 ms  34 ms
>  3  MIXNet-gw.MR.Net (137.192.241.254)  49 ms  69 ms  41 ms
>  4  192.168.168.5 (192.168.168.5)  43 ms  56 ms  55 ms
>  5  border3-hssi1-0.Chicago.mci.net (204.70.26.5)  177 ms  189 ms  162 ms
>  6  *
> 
> Why is 192.135.135.x routing down threw MCINET????? it should be
> routing to wiscnet and then to csdnb.csd.mu.edu
> -- 
> John S. Pinnow|net:jspinnow@cs.uwm.edu   |Home Voice: [414] 761-1537
> <=T=> TR <=R=>|    jspinnow@world.std.com|Voice Mail: [414] 287-5252
> Milwaukee, WI |    jspinnow@winternet.com|http://www.uwm.edu/~jspinnow
> Disclaimer----> The views expressed are not necessarily those of U.W.M
> 
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______________________________________________________________________________
 Dorian Kim 		  Email: dorian@cic.net		2901 Hubbard Drive
 Network Engineer 	  Phone: (313)998-6976		Ann Arbor MI 48105
 CICNet Network Systems	  Fax:   (313)998-6105      http://www.cic.net/~dorian