RE: Outage queries and notices (was Re: GBLX congestion in Dallas area)

From: Henry Linneweh (no email)
Date: Wed Jun 08 2005 - 23:04:17 EDT

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    I did notice A low number on the index at


    --- Joel Perez <> wrote:
    > [ SNIP ]
    > >I think that these things are operational and
    > belong here. Its'
    > >the level that ras is talking about and the
    > content. Saying
    > >MCI has a massive fiber cut impacting 230 Congress
    > IX vs.
    > >GBLX is not doing what I demand are very different
    > types of
    > >outage posts.
    > My original post to the list contained nothing about
    > any services I
    > expect with provider xxx. I asked if anybody else
    > saw packet loss or
    > congestion.
    > My follow-up posts contained the reason as to why I
    > was posting this to
    > the list instead of to my provider, I then took it
    > off-list with 2 other
    > posters and managed to get more info out of them
    > then out of GBLX. I try
    > not to bash anybody because I know that doesn't
    > really resolve anything
    > most of the time.
    > >I'd like to see the higher level stuff we used to
    > do and have some
    > >sort of information along with it vs. "i see a
    > packet drop in XYZ".
    > >A prefix or something. That usually makes people go
    > look.
    > I agree, it totally slipped my mind to provide that
    > info. I just typed
    > up a quick post and sent it out.
    > Im my humble opinion I think this is Nanog content
    > and that is why I
    > posted it. Most posters opinion of what is and what
    > isn't appropriate
    > content varies. I love my delete key, if I don't
    > think it's appropriate
    > I delete it. No harm done to me.
    > To each his own I guess.
    > Thanks to those that responded.

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