james at towardex.com
Mon Aug 21 23:04:03 CEST 2006
> > Larry,
> > Can you send me the IPv6 address you're coming from so I can try to
> > out what's going on (yes, I'm from 30071/occaid)? Thanks..
> > William: you should be able to see the route... who are your upstreams?
> CA*Net 4.
I've looked into this problem, however it seems your upstream provider does
not have routes back to us. You may need to bring this issue up to CAnet4.
I can't seem to get a route table export from a looking glass in CAnet4's
point of view, but from my limited view point it appears CAnet4 does not
seem to have a commodity v6 internet upstream provider (I could be wrong
here though so feel free to correct me, I don't mean to be flaming
others..). Abilene<->CAnet4 connection appears to be MOU peering which I
think is what it is supposed to be, which appears to explain why routes are
not going to you thru that path.
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