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20041115:large ldm delays at UK

Hi Tom,

We can do a couple of things...

1) The "sawtooth" pattern we see of your latency often indicates some sort
of volume shaping of incoming traffic.. I would contact your IT dept and
query if they are packet shaping port 388...they will at first deny :)

2) If that is NOT the problem, we can find another feed host(s) for you.

Please do traceroutes to:





and send back to me please...


Jeff Weber                                    address@hidden        :
Unidata Program Center                        PH:303-497-8676        :
University Corp for Atmospheric Research      3300 Mitchell Ln       :
http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/staff/jweber      Boulder,Co 80307-3000  :

On Mon, 15 Nov 2004, Unidata Support wrote:

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> >To: address@hidden
> >From: Tom Priddy <address@hidden>
> >Subject: large ldm delays at UK
> >Organization: UCAR/Unidata
> >Keywords: 200411151748.iAFHm87j013935
> From: Tom Priddy, UK
> Last week...we noticed that our delays for incoming data were up to an
> hour.  After
> talking with our upstream hosts (NIU and Wym)...we upgraded to LDM
> 6.1...which is
> working great. But our delays are still upto an hour long.
> We did a traceroute to NIU and Wym and found
> large number to hops to get to both hosts with
> 400 and 500 ms delays.
> Any ideas how we can solve this problem?
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