North American Network Operators Group|
Date Prev | Date Next | Date Index | Thread Index | Author Index | Historical
Re: Akamai DNS Issue?
> We have been experiencing this problem weeks ago, this is virtually under > the same spectrum of problems that Akamai via AKADNS.NET with their > corporate DNS servers that carry traffic for google, yahoo, msn, etc. When > we were asking if Akamai blacklisted/blackholed ip addresses ( we meant at > router-level or DNS-level ) as we were experiencing lack of resolution to > yahoo, and google. We noted that google adwords were using a different dns > than akamai and could be seen. The problem continued intermittently > throughout the week, yet nobody put the questions we were asking along with > the issues taking place from Akamai within dispite our pleas, and requests > to resolve this issue. We performed traceroutes, pings, bgp summarys making > sure we weren't being blocked before we started pointing any fingers and > asking any stupid questions yet we still were ignored and could of helped > Akamai prevent such occurances from happening. It is us who is paying google > $186,000 a quarter and Yahoo $146,000 a quarter in advertising, you'd think > that someone would look our way and see we're having troubles rather than > walking on while we were being mugged. Rather than being treated as mere > babble we could of provided our logs as we were working within over 30 > looking glasses trying to see what was happening and where the problem were > occuring. and, TECHNICALLY, what did you learn from all the measurements? randy