• 2:203/0 tomorrow

    From Björn Felten@2:203/2 to Björn Felten on Thursday, March 21, 2019 18:56:03
    Moving this from the spam stricken echo where I mistakenly posted it:

    Well, within 24 hours we will know how the transfer from one ISP to another have worked.

    In Sweden we can chose whatever electricity provider we want. With
    the switch from one to the other, we expect the changeover to be totally smooth, so that we don't lose a single period of electricity. And it works. The new provider simply issues a changeover to the old provider
    and the change is done instantly.

    Why it can't work the same for fiber is beyond me. Here the ISPs all have a 30 day notice. I had to ask my old ISP to cancel my account and then inform my new ISP when, after 30 days, the cancellation was going
    to take place, and then hope that my new ISP will be ready to take over. After a minute, an hour or half a day depending on how alert they are.

    If you have VoIP only phones and no email access, it's kinda hard to reach the helpdesk of your new ISP to inform them that it's a go to connect me via their service...

    It appears that the old ISP didn't fulfill their promise even after their appalling 30 days notice.

    I'm still connected via my old ISP, they haven't let go of my fiber as promised. The new information from their helpdesk is that it "might" happen tomorrow slightly after 09:00, when their technicians start working (ain't that
    some comfortable working hours?).

    Stay tuned for more information tomorrow -- if I have internet connection by
    then.


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  • From Björn Felten@2:203/2 to Björn Felten on Friday, March 22, 2019 10:43:14
    I'm still connected via my old ISP, they haven't let go of my fiber
    as promised. The new information from their helpdesk is that it "might" happen tomorrow slightly after 09:00, when their technicians start
    working (ain't that some comfortable working hours?).

    Well, my old ISP let go of the fiber at 00:00. It wasn't before the guys at my new ISP got to work that I became connected around 08:00.

    But by then I had an IP number in the 100.64.0.0/10 private address block, so it took another half hour to get that corrected. And then the rest (updating
    DNS and tunnel endpoint) took around another half hour.

    So now, since around 09:00, I hope that all is working properly.




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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Björn Felten on Friday, March 22, 2019 10:50:42
    Hello Bjrn,

    On Friday March 22 2019 10:43, you wrote to you:

    Well, my old ISP let go of the fiber at 00:00. It wasn't before the guys at my new ISP got to work that I became connected around 08:00.

    Fortunately Fidonet is robust against short interruptions of connectivity. ;-)

    But by then I had an IP number in the 100.64.0.0/10 private address block, so it took another half hour to get that corrected.

    100.64.0.0/10 is not exactly "private". It is the block reserved for CGNAT. Amomg other things, CGNAT is used in combination with DS-Lite. So maybe you had
    native IPv6 without noticing?

    And then the rest (updating DNS and tunnel endpoint) took around
    another half hour.

    So now, since around 09:00, I hope that all is working properly.

    From what I can see, it works as it should.


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Bjrn Felten on Friday, March 22, 2019 14:05:26
    Well, my old ISP let go of the fiber at 00:00. It wasn't before the
    guys at my new ISP got to work that I became connected around 08:00.

    But by then I had an IP number in the 100.64.0.0/10 private address
    block, so it took another half hour to get that corrected. And then
    the rest (updating DNS and tunnel endpoint) took around another half
    hour.

    So now, since around 09:00, I hope that all is working properly.

    It seems that you were offline about 10 hours. (time stamps EET).

    19/3/22@00:28:35: START: binkp from=2001:470:27:302::2
    19/3/22@00:30:37: START: binkp from=2001:470:27:302::2
    19/3/22@00:50:08: START: binkp from=2001:470:27:302::2
    19/3/22@10:33:16: START: binkp from=2001:470:27:302::2
    19/3/22@10:34:35: START: binkp from=2001:470:27:302::2
    19/3/22@10:40:44: START: binkp from=2001:470:27:302::2

    'Tommi

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  • From Bjrn Felten@2:203/2 to Tommi Koivula on Friday, March 22, 2019 13:29:04
    It seems that you were offline about 10 hours. (time stamps EET).

    For incoming traffic, that's quite probable. One hour for the new DNS entry is reasonable, no?

    But outgoing traffic took place earlier than that.

    But nine or ten hours -- it still makes a severe dent in my uptime statistics. 8-)



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  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Bj÷rn Felten on Friday, March 22, 2019 15:55:11
    It seems that you were offline about 10 hours. (time stamps
    EET).

    For incoming traffic, that's quite probable. One hour for the new
    DNS entry is reasonable, no?

    But outgoing traffic took place earlier than that.
    "binkp from=2001:470:27:302::2"

    What the fuck... That log here is incoming. So it must be outgoing from
    you?

    'Tommi

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  • From David Drummond@3:640/305 to Björn Felten on Saturday, March 23, 2019 09:05:10
    On 22/03/2019 19:43, 2:203/2 wrote:

    So now, since around 09:00, I hope that all is working properly.

    I read you here.

    --

    Gang warily
    David

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