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Topic # 99103 12-Mar-2012 22:51 Send private message

Anyone else experiencing some problems with international traffic tonight?
 




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  Reply # 594409 13-Mar-2012 00:05 Send private message

Might need to elaborate on that a little. One of my ISPs transit providers is Telstraclear. My international traffic is currently going out via them and I can't see any issues.

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  Reply # 594624 13-Mar-2012 16:02 Send private message

insane: Might need to elaborate on that a little. One of my ISPs transit providers is Telstraclear. My international traffic is currently going out via them and I can't see any issues.


of course when telstraclear has issues, it's usually traffic coming back in... 

 

 





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  Reply # 594625 13-Mar-2012 16:03 Send private message

It came right at the end of the evening, hasn't happened again since...






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  Reply # 594629 13-Mar-2012 16:11 Send private message

freitasm: It came right at the end of the evening, hasn't happened again since...




they're probably just getting proxy overloading again during peak times.
 

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  Reply # 594724 13-Mar-2012 19:21 Send private message

mercutio:
freitasm: It came right at the end of the evening, hasn't happened again since...




they're probably just getting proxy overloading again during peak times.
 


I can tell you it won't be the caches, esp. in terms of overloading.
Regretfully I can't tell you what it was either.

Was it to anywhere in particular?  US or Europe? 




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  Reply # 594725 13-Mar-2012 19:23 Send private message

I noticed it to LAX, mainly the MaxCDN node we use to distribute some static content for our pages - it could be their infrastructure having a problem though.




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