09-05-2012, 20:39 #1
Swisscom rompe acordo de peering e OVH deixa clientes na mão
Texto da OVH reproduzido no WHT-US:
Swisscom AS3303 has decided to cut the peering
(traffic exchange) with OVH. So they
cut peering at TIX (Zurich) and the traffic
always flowed through DECIX (in Frankfurt).
Peering at DECIX was also cut. The traffic
flows now througn HKIX to .. Hong Kong.
Therefore we expect that Swisscom Cut the peering
with OVH at HKIX..
We do not agree with this peering interruption
peering and so it's not for us to
fix the problem that we have not generated.
10-05-2012, 08:33 #2
Comment by OVH - Thursday, 10 May 2012, 08:02AM
We have checked that Swisscom has announced us its network on the Amsix routes reflectors (Amsterdam). Then we are effusing naturally the traffic at this location.
Since Swisscom is not hoping to peer with us, so we are not starting any discussions about any subject with them. Thus we stopped all exchanges. We do not have any information of whether it is temporary.
Briefly, the problem could occur in the future or probably won't. Anyway, the origin of the problem and its resolve is not our responsibility.
The task will be therefore closed, even though the problem will appear again in the future.
10-05-2012, 09:16 #3
- Data de Ingresso
- Sep 2010
qual será o impacto desta mudança na pratica?
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10-05-2012, 09:23 #4
Para o Brasil, supostamente não afeta em nada.