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#50794 25-Nov-2009 20:24
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I have read unconfirmed forum reports that there may be an International issue from 7:57pm impacting High latency to International for Xnet, Orcon and Slingshot.


At this stage I cannot see that this is impacting Telecom NZ nor Telecom
International as far as we can see.


The link between UUNet and Vocus is extremely congested, so may be there that this issue lies.


I have notified Orcon of what I was aware of.


I will update here if I hear anything new.
http://www.adslgeek.com/dslforum/index.php?topic=228

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gingofthesouth
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  #276300 25-Nov-2009 20:32
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I am getting 6% packet loss tot he states. 


However I am not sure where the real issues are as I am getting packet loss tot the dsl gateway.


--- 58.28.15.31 ping statistics ---
336 packets transmitted, 326 packets received, 3.0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 34.712/792.122/3823.427/1213.025 ms

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  #276306 25-Nov-2009 20:51
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my ping went from 60-100 to ~500ms for australian COD4 servers




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  #276316 25-Nov-2009 21:27
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ANC Sydney went down, causing traffic to probably re-route via LA.
I understand this impacted ISPs that buy their Bandwidth from ANC (Asia Net Com) only.

Orcon, Slingshot / Callplus and Xnet.

May be resolved now?

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  #276320 25-Nov-2009 21:36
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nope, ping still ~500ms on orcon chch->australia




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#276323 25-Nov-2009 21:49
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kiwijunglist: nope, ping still ~500ms on orcon chch->australia


What ping times were you expecting have you got a SLA agreement with your ISP on ping times?

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  #276339 25-Nov-2009 22:22
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I think he was expecting his standard ping times regardless of any such agreement with his ISP (which he pointed out in his original post above to be around 60-100ms).

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  #276344 25-Nov-2009 22:29
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Yes i do have a SLA agreement, why?




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  #276345 25-Nov-2009 22:33
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kiwijunglist: Yes i do have a SLA agreement, why?


You must pay a lot for that then! Have you got your own VLAN?

If you have a SLA with your provider on ping times I would speaking to them and advising them they are breaching the agreement

John

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  #276352 25-Nov-2009 22:55
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Anc in sydney are missing routes, this should self correct. Anyone heard anything official?

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