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#657 fixed IPv6 routing in Vancouver - some help requested. cdoyle@… martin@…
Description
Hello,

There is a ticket open with Telus (the upstream for the IETF conference) with the Subject line:

> Subject: [#2317280] Re: URGENT IETF Vancouver Ipv6 routing - AS852/Telus - AS6939/Hurricane Electric 

This deals with some failures on the part of AS852/Telus in routing traffic via Seattle to west coast sites. You can see this via a traceroute.

$ mtr -w -r -c10 www.ietf.org
Start: Wed Nov  6 09:21:56 2013
HOST: aerated.local                                        Best
  1.|-- rtrb.meeting.ietf.org                               3.6
  2.|-- rtra.meeting.ietf.org                               1.8
  3.|-- 2001:569:fff::a                                    16.7
  4.|-- ???                                                 0.0
  5.|-- gigabitethernet2-10.core1.tor1.he.net              82.7
  6.|-- 10gigabitethernet10-7.core1.nyc4.he.net            99.4
  7.|-- as7018-att.10gigabitethernet2-3.core1.nyc4.he.net  92.7
  8.|-- n54ny21crs.ipv6.att.net                           104.6
  9.|-- cgcil22crs.ipv6.att.net                            98.6
 10.|-- cgcil21crs.ipv6.att.net                            95.1
 11.|-- sffca21crs.ipv6.att.net                            91.7
 12.|-- sj2ca83crs.ipv6.att.net                            96.5
 13.|-- sj2ca402me3.ipv6.att.net                          104.6
 14.|-- 2001:1890:c00:6c04::11ba:91ce                      93.2
 15.|-- mail.ietf.org                                     108.8
$

$ mtr -w -r -c10 2001:470:0:291::1
Start: Wed Nov  6 09:39:53 2013
HOST: aerated.local                               Best  
  1.|-- rtrb.meeting.ietf.org                      4.5 
  2.|-- rtra.meeting.ietf.org                     19.4 
  3.|-- 2001:569:fff::a                           13.5 
  4.|-- ???                                        0.0   
  5.|-- gigabitethernet2-10.core1.tor1.he.net     75.0 
  6.|-- 10gigabitethernet12-1.core1.chi1.he.net   69.6 
  7.|-- 100gigabitethernet13-1.core1.msp1.he.net  83.1 
  8.|-- loopback-2.core1.sea1.he.net              82.9 
$

Using tools with our ASN we can confirm this and have informed Telus about this error. 

If you have contacts for urgent issues with your upstream; please consider informing them that this is an easy fix (we email'ed them the fix).

Thanks,

Martin

  Martin J. Levy
  Director IPv6 Strategy
  Hurricane Electric
  760 Mission Court,
  Fremont, CA 94539, USA
  +1 408 499 3801 (mobile)
  martin@he.net (email)
  http://he.net/ (web)



#660 fixed dhcp problems in georgia a cdoyle@… jack@…
Description
I can't seem to get an IPv4 address in Georgia A. Nothing seems to
work for me except Gmail, unless I move to the nat64 network.

Is something wrong, or is OS X 10.9 broken?

As far as I know this has been working fine all week up until today,
although I may not have been in Georgia A before.

jack.
#671 fixed 130.129.152.1 Host is down cdoyle@… daigle@…
Description
Hi,

I'm in room 1177 (waaaaaaay at the end of the hallway in the West Wing) 
and v4 connectivity seems to have evaporated.

Looks like v4 isn't routing:

bash-3.2$ ping 130.129.152.1
PING 130.129.152.1 (130.129.152.1): 56 data bytes
Request timeout for icmp_seq 0
Request timeout for icmp_seq 1
ping: sendto: Host is down
Request timeout for icmp_seq 2
^C
--- 130.129.152.1 ping statistics ---
4 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100.0% packet loss



Leslie.
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