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    Burst down?

    Looks like some of their network is down...

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    traceroute to forums.burst.net (64.191.100.70), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
     1  169.254.1.1 (169.254.1.1)  0.306 ms  0.073 ms  0.141 ms
     2  l3-atl-1.gnax.net (209.51.131.101)  0.693 ms  0.780 ms  0.696 ms
     3  atl-core-a-gi3-6.gnax.net (209.51.131.73)  0.704 ms  0.407 ms  0.417 ms
     4  207.13.126.73 (207.13.126.73)  1.535 ms  1.618 ms  2.127 ms
     5  sl-crs2-atl-0-4-0-0.sprintlink.net (144.232.18.134)  1.611 ms  10.112 ms  9.908 ms
     6  sl-crs2-dc-0-4-0-1.sprintlink.net (144.232.8.161)  16.955 ms  15.485 ms  15.440 ms
     7  sl-bb20-dc-4-0-0.sprintlink.net (144.232.15.16)  15.053 ms  15.192 ms  15.223 ms
     8  sl-st21-ash-11-0.sprintlink.net (144.232.20.134)  16.402 ms  16.546 ms  16.769 ms
     9  144.232.18.66 (144.232.18.66)  17.084 ms  17.072 ms  17.361 ms
    10  hostnoc.demarc.gblx.net (64.214.106.38)  22.433 ms  21.313 ms  21.409 ms
    11  ge2-oc48-1-0-ctsi.rtr0.scr1.hostnoc.net (66.197.191.34)  29.909 ms  29.271 ms  28.528 ms
    12  * * *

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    Looks like it, My 4 servers have all gone offline, My clients servers have all gone offline and my providers sites offline.

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    I'm down.

    This happened just the other week, it's happening too often, I'm getting complained at. I'm cancelling my Burst service

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    yep confirmed my servers at volume drive are down to

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    Volumedrive arent to blame either its Burstnet as their the colo provider.

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    I can get to burst.net fine..

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    Its back online

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dediwebspace View Post
    Volumedrive arent to blame either its Burstnet as their the colo provider.
    And volumedrive for selecting them. You folks don't seem to learn.

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    i never blamed volumedrive i just said they were down

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    Hmm within a week so many downtimes already with burstnet why does burst net representative not clear up or provide any assurance that this will not happen again. I am just waiting for my server to go online and damn these threads making me all worried.

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    We were finalizing some configuration changes today, which rebooted a core router---nothing to worry about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BurstNET View Post
    We were finalizing some configuration changes today, which rebooted a core router---nothing to worry about.
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    Ok i will keep my fingers crossed i suppose!!

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    i wonder burst.net is still in business. it $ked back in 2003 and it still $*cks.

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    We had not a minute of downtime

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    Here we go again... what do you guys think? Another "oh, the router died again and our crack team of monkeys are working on it?"

    ping: burst.net

    location result min. rrt avg. rrt max. rrt
    Florida, U.S.A. Packets lost (20%) 104.4 115.4 120.1
    Santa Clara, U.S.A. Packets lost (60%) 121.8 150.2 162.4
    Vancouver, Canada Packets lost (20%) 156.9 168.0 173.7
    New York, U.S.A. Packets lost (20%) 48.6 61.3 65.7
    Amsterdam3, Netherlands Packets lost (20%) 121.7 134.1 138.1
    Austin2, U.S.A. Packets lost (80%) 198.9 200.0 201.1
    Hong Kong, China Okay 267.1 276.5 288.6
    San Francisco, U.S.A. Packets lost (40%) 113.4 122.0 129.4
    Amsterdam2, Netherlands Packets lost (40%) 119.4 132.6 138.8
    Austin, U.S.A. Packets lost (70%) 196.2 197.3 198.2
    Kraków, Poland Okay 129.2 137.1 143.4
    Amsterdam, Netherlands Okay 94.9 105.2 109.8
    Stockholm, Sweden Packets lost (80%) 161.7 162.8 163.9
    London, United Kingdom Packets lost (10%) 80.2 91.8 97.4
    Paris, France Packets lost (20%) 89.2 99.3 104.5
    Madrid, Spain Packets lost (30%) 144.2 158.2 164.2
    Munchen, Germany Packets lost (50%) 121.1 122.0 122.8
    Cagliari, Italy Packets lost (10%) 138.1 148.7 153.1
    Cologne, Germany Packets lost (70%) 144.2 145.0 146.3
    Copenhagen, Denmark Packets lost (10%) 98.3 110.9 128.1
    Sydney, Australia Packets lost (10%) 235.7 247.5 252.4
    Melbourne, Australia Packets lost (10%) 238.8 252.6 276.4
    Lille, France Packets lost (60%) 236.6 239.3 243.2
    Singapore, Singapore Packets lost (20%) 292.7 306.2 333.5
    Porto Alegre, Brazil Packets lost (40%) 248.2 265.2 280.5
    Shanghai, China Packets lost (70%) 291.3 297.0 300.8

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    what site do you use for those pings, and yes major packet loss over here to

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    None of our servers are down, But ours are with Volumedrive.

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    This again!?? 50% loss here aswell

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    im with volume drive and having issues - mostly just excesive slowness, havent seen server go down fully yet

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    i didn't have any down time today but some of my clients shoutcast streams were buffering. message follow:
    Hello,

    Currently our networking department is working to shift internal traffic to compensate with a current internal capacity problem, this should be resolved
    shortly.

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    no problems here, monitored every 5 mins and I'm always testing packet loss, a consistent 0%.

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