pekkas at netcore.fi
Tue Aug 22 07:31:31 CEST 2006
On Mon, 21 Aug 2006, James Jun wrote:
>>> 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.
That's not flaming because I made the same conclusion myself.
Canarie was the (second) upstream for IETF66 in Montreal, and v6
connectivity to commercial networks sucked badly to put it mildly
(Montreal -> Europe went to Japan, Korea, back to NA and then to
Europe IIRC). Research network connectivity was excellent. I sent an
email about this but never received a response.
I can send traceroutes if someone is interested in what the events
looked back in July 2006.
Pekka Savola "You each name yourselves king, yet the
Netcore Oy kingdom bleeds."
Systems. Networks. Security. -- George R.R. Martin: A Clash of Kings
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