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20050609:I2 vs commodity SJose -> UAF



Hi Jim et al,


SJSU is NOT and I2 site...that is the problem.

Would you like for me to secure an I2 for the CONDUIT feed, it would
probably decrease any latencies...

It would probably be U of Washington.. I2 peers with Pacific Northwest.

...if ok with U of W.

I think that is the best solution..thoughts?


Jeff
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On Fri, 10 Jun 2005, Unidata Support wrote:

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> ------- Forwarded Message
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> >To: Rob Cermak <address@hidden>
> >cc: Rorik Peterson <address@hidden>,
> >cc: address@hidden,
> >cc: address@hidden,
> >cc: address@hidden,
> >cc: Steve Sweet <address@hidden>
> >From: Jim Williams <address@hidden>
> >Subject: Re: 20050609:I2 vs commodity (fwd)
> >Organization: UCAR/Unidata
> >Keywords: 200506101959.j5AJxqZu022923
>
> Rob,
> I don't see San Jose State on the I2 website member list.  Is it an I2
> school and the page is simply out of date?  If its not, then that may be
> (part of) the reason that traffic bound for sjsc is routing out the
> commodity link to fiberstar.  Tim will likely be able to provide better
> info, but that would be my first guess.
>
> Rob Cermak wrote:
> > Rorik,  (cc: to Steve)
> >
> > Can you send Jeff, Tim and Jim the results of some traceroutes below in
> > hopes to locate the problem-some handoff that might be preventing traffic
> > from using I2?
> >
> > Jeff: Meet Tim and Jim -- our core network kigpins for the UAF network.
> >
> > I will do the same from daved.ims.uaf.edu.  Based on some futher emails we
> > can point the trouble back to UAF networking/ACS or whomever is
> > programming the big router at the base of the university network.
> >
> > The last 3 use gigpop, the large bandwidth one to rossby does not ... most
> > facinating.
> >
> > Rob
> >
> > address@hidden root]# traceroute
> [snip]
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