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20041220: Problem with feed from atm.geo.nsf.gov


ATM had some switch work done this weekend, and 
traffic behavior looks like some packet shaping is
occuring on all IDD traffic.

We're looking into this with the NSF contacts.

Steve Chiswell
Unidata User Support

>From: Bob Lipschutz <address@hidden>
>Organization: UCAR/Unidata
>Keywords: 200412201705.iBKH56lI021670

>Unidata folks,
>There appears to be a problem with the CONDUIT service 
>from atm.geo.nsf.gov.  Starting around 0307Z on 12/19
>(Saturday night) latency began increasing dramatically.
>Since then, we've had very incomplete grids coming
>through.  Presently, notifyme to atm is not providing
>This morning, I switched our client (conduit.fsl.noaa.gov) 
>to request from idd.unidata.ucar.edu, which seems to be
>doing just fine.
>FWIW, we're relying on the CONDUIT feed to acquire the 
>Eta (NAM) 212 grids that are used for RUC and WRF/NMM 
>(DWFE) initialization.  This service has been quite reliable, 
>and much more timely than our previous slow ftp-ing from 
>NCEP or TG...
>    Happy Holidays!
>       Bob Lipschutz
>       NOAA / FSL
>       303-497-6636
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