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Master Geek
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Topic # 247903 1-Mar-2019 18:13
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Traceroutes don't appear to be going via APE anymore, and Cloudflare traffic is going to Sydney/Hong Kong




Is this N4L's routing not preferring APE links or has N4L depeered from APE?


N4L's PeeringDB page shows APE as a peering exchange and NZIX's APE peers list shows N4L as a peer.

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  Reply # 2189576 1-Mar-2019 18:25
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I'm seeing the same thing... I haven't looked at it before so I can't tell you myself if this is changed or not




That being said, I had a hosting customer tell me that at their school, their website (via Cloudflare) has suddenly become unusable over the last few weeks.
I get the feeling these things are related!

Ask me about Web Servers, Wordpress and the internet in general.




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  Reply # 2189584 1-Mar-2019 18:50
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  Reply # 2189596 1-Mar-2019 19:25
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N4L is 100% Spark network, if Spark route somehow then N4L follow.


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  Reply # 2189600 1-Mar-2019 19:35
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Apologies for creating a new thread on an existing topic here.


Can a mod please lock this thread?

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