Major network suckage today. At around 3:00 am this morning the network at
Condo Conner dropped. All attempts to get out didn't get past the DSL
unit and a trace from outside
(fortunately my roommate
works at night as a system
administrator) showed that traffic to Condo Conner was not getting past a
router in Miami.
Fast foward to noon today. Can't traceroute to my colocated server. Can't
ping it. Yet Spring can get her mail. Uh oh. A
quick telnet to port 80 and yes, I can bring up a web page.
Poking around I'm seeing major network problems with my provider. Inside, I
can ping some sites, other's I can't. Some sites I can traceroute to,
others I can't. One moment I can ping but can't telnet. Then I can telnet.
From outside again, it's hit or miss if I can ping or traceroute back to
Most things are working and that's what makes this more annoying that if it
was all down. I'll be going along and wham! can't get there.
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