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Re: Repeated packet loss on AT&T
- From: Matthew Crocker
- Date: Tue Jan 16 14:41:48 2007
I have had similar issues with AT&T in NY. They have peering issues
with MCI killing random access to random websites, (www.netflix.com,
www.netbank.com). I trouble shot it with AT&T a couple week ago and
they killed a bad link. It fixed my problem. Last I knew the link
was still down and they were looking to repair it this week.
On Jan 16, 2007, at 12:44 PM, Donald Stahl wrote:
I have a cage at an AT&T hosting facility in NY.
Every few weeks I end up with horrendous VPN problems to another
site I have on MCI's network in Maryland, as well as to a partners
site, in the same area, also on MCI.
mtr -s 800 to either site shows 10% packet loss on the hop from:
220.127.116.11 -> 18.104.22.168
Both of these appear to be AT&T routers (I say appear to be because
I am relying on the netblock information from ARIN- reverse DNS for
routers seems to be uncool).
Does anyone else run into this problem? Smaller pings show far
fewer (if any) issues and other traffic is passable- but it kills
Matthew S. Crocker
Crocker Communications, Inc.
PO BOX 710
Greenfield, MA 01302-0710