[AusNOG] Checking peering

Mateusz Viste nogs at border6.com
Thu Aug 28 19:21:04 EST 2014

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On 08/28/2014 04:05 AM, Alex Samad - Yieldbroker wrote:
> Hi
> So after the issue with Vocus recently, I wonder how do people test weather a peer is good or bad.
> I have had a few issues where my link to a peer is okay, BGP is okay, but because of issues downstream my end to end connectivity was down.
> So now I am looking at how I can monitor this.
> My basic tool set is ping availability and times
> Also there is customer feed back
> And application feedback
> And msg from ISP (hazard notice etc)
> I know cisco has some sort of monitoring and bgp tuning that it can do. But I don't have cisco devices.
> So what are other people doing/using?
> Alex

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