[AusNOG] Large scale hit - Melbourne area?
darren.geyer at itconsult.com.au
Tue Aug 11 16:47:51 EST 2020
We noticed it,
All Victorian sites.
Only Fixed line services with AAPT.
Help Desk Analyst
The IT Consultancy Group
Level 1, 237 Mona Vale Road
St Ives NSW 2075
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From: AusNOG <ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net> On Behalf Of DaZZa
Sent: Tuesday, 11 August 2020 16:39
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Subject: [AusNOG] Large scale hit - Melbourne area?
Long shot, I know, but did anyone see a large scale hit on traffic in
the Melbourne area around 16:00 today?
I have reports from numerous staff - both in our office and working
remote via VPN - of traffic loss across multiple ISP's.Probably 30-45
I can't see anything in my logs - router adjacencies and routing are
stable and up long term, no logs of mass reconnects to VPN portals -
yet I'm now up to at least 30 reports from differing areas in
Melbourne (CBD and suburbs, not country area), all at the same time.
Anyone else see anything? I can't see a reason for it anywhere
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