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Re: what's going on with yahoo and gmail lately?
- From: Joe Shen
- Date: Sun Jun 20 22:35:22 2004
As mail.yahoo.com directs incoming login/mail_box_accessing request to some other host, the long latency of
DNS resolution time may derive to timeout of webpage access. I solve this problem by set those name-to-ip
record in /etc/hosts before ( a bad choice, :-()
A question out of focusing, who know when Google will open Gmail to public?
On Sun, 20 Jun 2004 21:54 , Mike Sawicki <fifi@HAX.ORG> sent:
On Sun, Jun 20, 2004 at 09:22:33PM -0400, Sean Donelan wrote:
> On Sun, 20 Jun 2004, Matthew McGehrin wrote:
> > 4 srp-8-1-ar01.verona.nj.nj01.comcast.net (220.127.116.11) 12.870 ms 9.725 ms
> > 5 pos-7-0-cr01.plainfield.nj.core.comcast.net (18.104.22.168) 9.891 ms 8.937 ms
> > 6 22.214.171.124 (126.96.36.199) 10.761 ms 10.216 ms
> Comcast offers toll-free customer assistance for all of its paying
> customers. Have you tried contacting them? The number is on your
> bill every month.
Yes, try calling them. You *might* get through. These days they
seem to hang up on about 1 of 3 customers who call in.
I've been back on their "High Speed Internet" for about 3 months
now and it seems to be getting worse every day. They are either
overselling, or this new wholly-owned network of theirs is built
Honestly though.. if you use your home 'Net connection for anything
important, I'd look for an alternative. I routinely have 19ms to my
next hop.. about 4 miles away. I happen to have Verona and
Plainfield directly in front of me as well.. I think it's our area.
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