On Fri, Dec 31, 1999 at 08:25:08PM +1300, Richard Stevenson wrote:
Anyone know who I should ask about routing problems
somewhere at CLIX, or
Normal procedure for reporting connectivity problems is to talk to your
ISP. What do Netlink say?
In general, reporting problems to a company who are not your direct
supplier is a waste of time. If you have no support arrangement with
CLEAR and NetGate for internet transit (and you don't) you shouldn't
be surprised that you don't have a number to call.
I haven't been able to connect from here to
parnassus.pmail.gen.nz (126.96.36.199) for about a week, but I can get to it
from the States (risc.ua.edu
). They connect to CLIX via Pacific Networks
(pacific.co.nz). All my traceroutes from parnassus.pmail.gen.nz to here die
somewhere inside CLIX (188.8.131.52). Traceroutes from here go via Netlink
to Telstra (Auckland, Sydney), NetGate, then die inside a netblock that
InterNIC believe belongs to the Wellington School of Medicine. If anyone
would like to see the outputs, just give me a yell. I'll be watching tonight
This is also a singularly bad night to expect anybody to make any
changes to fix a problem you've been seeing for a week :)
For what it's worth, I am able to reach both parnassus.pmail.gen.nz
and rata.vuw.ac.nz from a machine connected to CLIX.
You need to talk to your ISP.
FWIW, pmail.gen.nz changed their upstream about a week
Really? I seem to remember pmail.gen.nz being reachable through
Pacific Networks for quite a long time.
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