Hello,

taking the closing of the ticket as an implicit question to rerun the testscript.
Actually, I did a run this morning, and one just now :
Tue Mar 27 09:52:26 RDT 2012
IPv4 answered   : 424
IPv4 timed out  : 4
IPv4 reply time :   95.09 msec/answer
IPv6 answered   : 415
IPv6 timed out  : 13
IPv6 reply time :  136.89 msec/answer

Tue Mar 27 13:40:33 RDT 2012
IPv4 answered   : 424
IPv4 timed out  : 4
IPv4 reply time :  100.33 msec/answer
IPv6 answered   : 413
IPv6 timed out  : 15
IPv6 reply time :  140.07 msec/answer

The IPv6 addresses that just timed out :
2001:dc5:a::1
2001:678:1b:5::5
2001:dc7:fffe::1
2001:dc7:ffff::1
2001:610:240:0:53:cc:12:1
2001:610:240:0:53:cc:12:81
2001:df0:17:1::162
2001:dce:2000:2::130
2001:608:6::3
2001:1338::2
2001:dce:4000:2::130
2001:1338::3
2610:a1:1010::21
2610:a1:1011::21
2001:4350:2048::26

The IPv4 ones are the same as yesterday.
www.nasa.gov is now reachable.

Thanks and kind regards,

Marc Lampo


--- Security Officer for EURid --- http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/Marc/Lampo

> From: trac@meeting.ietf.org
> To: marc_lampo@hotmail.com; nkukich@verilan.com; llynch@civil-tongue.net
> Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2012 10:05:24 +0000
> Subject: Re: [IETF Meeting/NOC] #443: IPv6 network reachability
>
> #443: IPv6 network reachability
> -------------------------------+---------------------------------
> Reporter: marc_lampo@ | Owner: nkukich@
> Type: defect | Status: closed
> Priority: tbd | Milestone: ietf-83
> Component: network | Resolution: fixed
> Keywords: | My Current Location:
> My MAC Address: | My OS:
> -------------------------------+---------------------------------
> Changes (by nkukich@):
>
> * status: assigned => closed
> * resolution: => fixed
>
>
> --
> Ticket URL: <http://trac.meeting.ietf.org/ticket/443#comment:4>
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