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  Reply # 2164336 20-Jan-2019 16:51
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Nice one. I am curious though as those hosts don't have AAAA records as far as I can tell so would be interesting to know what why you were not able to connect at the operating system / browser level.

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  Reply # 2164751 21-Jan-2019 13:45
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Ivor:

 


4 203.97.78.53 (203.97.78.53) 8.795 ms 8.672 ms 8.611 ms
5 g1-0-0-906.u12.telstraclear.net (203.98.18.66) 9.121 ms 8.916 ms 9.281 ms

 

 

 

 

Geez, I really hope u12 is not still running, I remember putting that in the network in 2001! Hopefully its just that someone has not bothered to update the reverse DNS rather than an old Unisphere (Juniper) ERX1400 still running 18 years after installation and 8 years after end of support!


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2164776 21-Jan-2019 14:16
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noroad:

 

Ivor:

 


4 203.97.78.53 (203.97.78.53) 8.795 ms 8.672 ms 8.611 ms
5 g1-0-0-906.u12.telstraclear.net (203.98.18.66) 9.121 ms 8.916 ms 9.281 ms

 

 

 

 

Geez, I really hope u12 is not still running, I remember putting that in the network in 2001! Hopefully its just that someone has not bothered to update the reverse DNS rather than an old Unisphere (Juniper) ERX1400 still running 18 years after installation and 8 years after end of support!

 

 

I'm pretty sure it is.  That glorious beast.

 

 

 

@OP Read this pile of bollocks I wrote a few years ago, see if it helps.


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  Reply # 2165106 22-Jan-2019 08:18
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I'm pretty sure it is.  That glorious beast.

 

 

 

 

18 years is one hell of a ROI. Those 1G interfaces and 4x PCI back planes must be one hell of a liability capacity wise though. Perhaps it had the upgrade to the 40G SRP's from the 10G ones? That way it would only be 3 years after the end of vendor support now....


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  Reply # 2165554 22-Jan-2019 15:54
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Gotta keep the domestic transit arrangement up and running somehow...

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  Reply # 2165558 22-Jan-2019 15:59
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noroad:

 

Ivor:

 


4 203.97.78.53 (203.97.78.53) 8.795 ms 8.672 ms 8.611 ms
5 g1-0-0-906.u12.telstraclear.net (203.98.18.66) 9.121 ms 8.916 ms 9.281 ms

 

 

 

 

Geez, I really hope u12 is not still running, I remember putting that in the network in 2001! Hopefully its just that someone has not bothered to update the reverse DNS rather than an old Unisphere (Juniper) ERX1400 still running 18 years after installation and 8 years after end of support!

 

 

it's only the telstra network... what do you expect? ;)





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