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20030613: LSU throttling HDS feed to ULM?



Robert,

>Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 14:53:37 -0500
>From: Robert Leche <address@hidden>
>Organization: Louisiana State University
>To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden>
>Subject: Re: 20030613: LSU throttling HDS feed to ULM?

The above message contained the following:

> I am not running any sort of traffic shapeing in house. The network 
> operators may, but I do not. ULM is feeding HDS from Seistan which in 
> turn is feeding  from our NOAA port(datoo.srcc.lsu.edu).
> It is my understanding the LSU Office of Telecommunications Center does 
> not shape our traffic. I will ask about this.

Yes.  Please ask your Telecommunications Center if they're throttling
outbound traffic.

> A few random thoughts:
> Seistan is a Redhat 7.2 system.
> LDM on Seistan and Datoo is: 6.0.13
>  Access to theses systems are controlled with  ipchains and 
> tcp-wrappers. Ipchains is set "wide open" to tornado at ULM. Looking at: 
> http://seistan.srcc.lsu.edu/mrtg/tornado.html, I see an outage of some 
> sort Sunday. Just note that when the  graphs indicates zero it  really 
> means infinity.

What *is* the quantity plotted on the Y-axis?

> Looking at: http://seistan.srcc.lsu.edu/mrtg/hail.html, suggests good  
> uninterupted internet connectivy at LSU to Jackson State. Same with 
> connections to thelma: http://seistan.srcc.lsu.edu/mrtg/thelma.html.
> As I do not know which internet (I1 or I2)  ULM or Jackson State is 
> using, I only know You and I connect via I2.
> 
> Lastly, while I do not want perminate wide area connections to our NOAA 
> port, Datoo is available for your testing and emergancy use. If you 
> suspect a problem with Seistan,  you may configure Torando to by pass 
> Seistan and feed directly from Datoo for a short period. This has not 
> been tested, so if you run into troubles feeding  from Datoo, let me 
> know. Datoo is, currently, feeding four in house systems.

We just might take you up on this.  If we do, we'll keep it short.

> Robert Leche
> System Administrator
> Louisiana State University - Southern Regional Climate Center
> 260 Howe-Russell Building
> Baton Rouge, La. 70803
> address@hidden
> 225 578 5023

Regards,
Steve Emmerson


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