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  1. #1
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    burst down AGAIN?

    Is burst down AGAIN? Damn, every time it's DoS attacks and router problems. As far as I know burst is fixing the router for years now.

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    VERY slow here from NJ, on cable modem. Pointed my browser to this thread, pointed browser to burst, loading. posted reply, still loading, edited post, still loading, submiting again, still loading.
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    Burst has no respect for anyone. They've been down for a long time and the problem STILL continues.

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    I agree, its cogent

    Now i will await amusive.com's reply

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    Originally posted by edude
    I agree, its cogent

    Now i will await amusive.com's reply
    .... Burst has like 3-4 other providers, and nocster uses cogent, not burstnet. You do seem to have a lot of threads concentrating on bashing cogent though, but i wont bother asking why because it really just looks to me like you're trolling for attention.

    Shyne,

    I doubt burst wants to be down anymore then you want them to be down , i doubt it's lack of respect, somethings obviously going wrong for them unfortunatly.

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    porcupine, i'm joking...

    Just trying to get on amusive's nerve, since hes been on mine

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    Its not down - it up, but super slow... Whats new...

    I'm getting really tired of this - I've never seen so much downtime. For someone who should have three routers and multiple backup lines in place, this is a bit unrealistic. I could run a more reliable service with a 486 box and a 14.4 dial-up modem connection...
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    SamSpade Traceroute:
    3 130.152.180.21 2.688 ms isi-1-lngw2-atm.ln.net
    4 66.28.28.33 9.303 ms f1.ba01.b000899-0.lax01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error) [AS16631]
    5 66.28.6.245 3.463 ms g12-4.core01.lax01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    6 66.28.4.78 6.192 ms p5-0.core01.san01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    7 66.28.4.5 38.580 ms p6-0.core01.iah01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    8 66.28.4.46 58.100 ms p15-0.core01.tpa01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    9 66.28.4.142 199.463 ms p14-0.core01.jax01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    10 66.28.4.138 69.492 ms p5-0.core01.atl01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    11 66.28.4.126 143.207 ms p14-0.core02.dca01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    12 66.28.4.21 79.914 ms p15-0.core01.dca01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    13 66.28.4.18 83.361 ms p4-0.core01.phl01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    14 66.28.67.238 84.853 ms g49.ba01.b003003-3.phl01.atlas.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    15 66.250.5.70 83.629 ms BurstNet.demarc.cogentco.com (DNS error)
    16 66.197.191.17 2684.206 mspos-6-1-border.scr1.hostnoc.net (DNS error)
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    porcupine,

    I understand they don't want to be down, but I personnaly can not do anything about the situation. I don't want to be down either, but they keep going down too often. The only excuse they can offer is Dos attacks and router problems.

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    I thought burst had MULTIPLE providers and MULTIPLE routers? I don't see them going in effect.

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    I'm pretty sure they haven't got the foggiest clue how to operate a router.

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    lol Stormtrooper, what do you expect when they hire monkeys who say the best way to stop a flood is to reboot the server

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    Burst is up at the moment. If they go down again, I'll personally wack the router administrator with a bat in the head and put the router parts in his a$$.

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    Finally! It was taking several minutes to load a single page
    -elevation

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    my server is very slow and I only have 3 domains and not using 2GB bandwidth per month.

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    I wish Burst employed more women - then it would be fun the amount of times they go down on you... wait... urm did I say that out loud?

    James

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    Not another 'Burst is down' thread??!!
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    Originally posted by WildWayz
    I wish Burst employed more women - then it would be fun the amount of times they go down on you... wait... urm did I say that out loud?

    James
    -- Well put James.
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    Block 'em @ the upstream eye say!

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    So you guys really think this is a hardware failure now?

    Better get your refunds.

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    Originally posted by edude
    I agree, its cogent

    Now i will await amusive.com's reply
    I don't use Burst -- I use nocster. They are slightly different I do believe, but are part of the same company. My server suffered no downtime and according to my monitor also suffered no slowdown; pages loaded in typical time. (I'm not denying this slowdown happened -- it's very propable it did as a lot of people seem to have experienced it -- maybe it was only a section of the servers or something?)

    As I wasn't near my system at the time I don't know if cogent was turned back on at 2 in the morning, but I know it was off around 3:30 AM and is still off. At least for me.

    Oh, and who are you agreeing with? Nobody even mentioned cogent. Do you hear voices?

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