>From: "Arthur A. Person" <address@hidden> >Organization: PSU >Keywords: 200301021648.h02GmOt23214 IDD Hi Art, >I'm noticing that DDPLUS|HDS transmissions to Penn State seem to be >dragging about 45 minutes behind insertion time... it's even running >behind the NMC2 insertion feed times by ~15 minutes, which seems unusual. Yes, this is unusual. >Is there anything causing this delay on the thelma (or above) end of >things? There doesn't seem to be. thelma is feeding our machine in the ATM offices of NSF, and the latencies for all feeds there are on the order of a few seconds at most. thelma is also feeding IDS|DDPLUS data to a machine at the University of Rio DeJanerio in Brazil. The latencies it is seeing are also on the order of a few seconds, so I am pretty confident that the problem you are seeing is not a result of something on thelma or in our local networks. >Other clues...? I would have to guess that there is some networking strangeness on your end. What this might be, I can't say. We will keep an eye on things here to rule out things local to us. Tom
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