Verizon Update

As mentioned before, our Verizon circuit wasn’t provisioned properly. After three conference calls and several weeks of calls, moving the endpoint city and re-engineering for latency issues, they’re finally ready to give it another shot today. We will post an update after today’s turn-up conference call.

[14:07] The endpoint was moved back to California (San Jose this time instead of Sacramento) because Phoenix was too slow.

[14:32] IPv4 is up. BGP for IPv4 is up.

[14:53] IPv6 is up without tunnels!

[15:33] Our IPv6 BGP route announcements aren’t working through Verizon – we’re stopped for today and the installation engineer is going to confer with a different group tomorrow.


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