[AusNOG] A question for AAPT/UEcomm

Curtis Bayne curtis.bayne at neural.com.au
Fri Aug 31 13:33:06 EST 2007


While we're on the topic of AS2764, any idea if ueComm and AAPT have  
a transit arrangement in Brisbane/Sydney? Data from AAPT/Connect in  
Brisbane to (and anything on the PacNet/ueComm transit  
provided by HostingShop) currently goes via what appears to be an  
Adelaide route, pushing latency into the ~50ms range.

Any idea on what's causing this?


On 31/08/2007, at 12:03 PM, Shain Singh wrote:

> Alex,
> Give me a call and we can fix it.
> --
> Shain Singh
> Network Engineer
> AS2764
> p: 03 8414 5367
> From: ausnog-bounces at ausnog.net [mailto:ausnog-bounces at ausnog.net]  
> On Behalf Of Campbell, Alex
> Sent: Friday, 31 August 2007 11:20 a.m.
> To: ausnog at ausnog.net
> Subject: [AusNOG] Changing reverse DNS on interface /30s
> Hi all,
> I'm having trouble getting a certain troublesome IP transit  
> provider (let's refer to them with a pseudonym like, say, AS2764)  
> to set useful reverse DNS entries on the /30 between our router and  
> their router.  We'd like the reverse DNS for the address on our  
> interface to be something potentially helpful like  
> ge-0-0-3.border2.190cit.dtdigital.com.au rather than something  
> generic.
> Their engineers claim they can't do this because both of the  
> addresses are physically on their router (provably untrue) and  
> because doing this would impact on their ability to account for  
> traffic on those interfaces (laughably untrue).
> What is the standard practice here?  No other providers we've ever  
> worked with have had any issues with doing this.
> Alex
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