It's taken down all of Chorus's client facing systems etc also... if
you're internal to Telecom's network it's fine however.
Gives me an excuse not to process any Wireline orders though.
On 29/07/2014 9:31 a.m., Daniel Siva wrote:
FYI - looks like there is an issue with telecom
Short version: it's currently broken.
Long version: there is a whois/NS loop
$ whois telecom.co.nz <http://telecom.co.nz>.
ns_name_01: ns1.spark.co.nz <http://ns1.spark.co.nz>
ns_name_02: ns2.spark.co.nz <http://ns2.spark.co.nz>
ns_name_03: ns3.spark.co.nz <http://ns3.spark.co.nz>
$ whois spark.co.nz <http://spark.co.nz>
ns_name_01: ish4.telecom.co.nz <http://ish4.telecom.co.nz>
ns_name_02: ish5.telecom.co.nz <http://ish5.telecom.co.nz>
No glue records, so no way to resolve the NS IP's
ish4.telecom.co.nz <http://ish4.telecom.co.nz>. A 18.104.22.168
ish5.telecom.co.nz <http://ish5.telecom.co.nz>. A 22.214.171.124
ns1.spark.co.nz <http://ns1.spark.co.nz>. A 126.96.36.199
ns2.spark.co.nz <http://ns2.spark.co.nz>. A 188.8.131.52
ns3.spark.co.nz <http://ns3.spark.co.nz>. A 184.108.40.206
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