> Can anyone here help to expedite fixing a routing problem at atm2-
> 0-42.peering1.inex.dublin.eircom.net ?
How is this problem manifesting itself ?
If you are in DIT, and acm.org is at 188.8.131.52/24[a]
then why are you routing via INEX at all ?
ACM is connected to ALTER.NET in New York..
Unless it's this asymmetric routing that's getting you -
Anyone in HEA want to comment ? Ann ? Dave ?
[a] Little bit of guess work, I haven't checked that it's a whole
/24 allocation, but www.acm.org =- .150, .151 and mail. == .4
>> Access from Dublin to www.acm.org has been disrupted for a
> number of weeks, and according to the tech support people at acm
> it's due to the above and they are waiting for it to be fixed. I don't
> know details of the problem, but I could get them if someone is in a
> position to help.
> Barry Redmond
> Dublin Institute of Technology
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