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RE: East Coast Outages?
Thanks for all the responses. I should have first prefaced my original post with: "I cannot verify that anythting is actually down because I can get to everything I mentioned." I thought it weird getting a call from a reporter in Maryland stating that he and several ISPs are seeing a "major" outage that I nor my engineers can verify. ~ - John On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Susan L. Collicott wrote: > >internettrafficreport.com shows everything in the world as 'down', as far >as I can see ... :) > >Susan > >On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Daniel Golding wrote: > >> >> John, >> >> Needless to say, MAE-EAST ATM and MAE-WEST ATM are both up. If this is news >> that MAE-East FDDI is down, than it is, unfortunately, a bit late. :) >> >> Besides, I thought Opnix didn't need to worry about those terrible public >> peering points... >> >> - Dan >> >> > -----Original Message----- >> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of >> > John Kloian III >> > Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2001 4:53 PM >> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org >> > Subject: East Coast Outages? >> > >> > >> > >> > I've just had several calls, even one from a reporter back east in >> > Maryland. Apparently mae-east and west are down. Can anyone veryify an >> > outage, ANYWHERE? internettrafficreport.com shows mae-west down and >> > serverbank.net shows mae-east down (both with 100% packet-loss). >> > Anything? >> > >> > >> > ~ >> > - John >> > >> >> > > >