Hi Claudio

Our monitoring systems detected a short power outage on one of the power feeds in the Interxion datacenter in Glattbrugg exactly in that timeframe. Maybe these incidents were connected? A device with a single power supply maybe?


Regards,

Mike

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On 11.10.2016 08:51, Claudio Kuenzler wrote:
Hello all,

I'd like to know if anyone else experienced routing problems yesterday
on October 10th 2016 from Swisscom networks to Amazon AWS (Ireland).
We've had our server connections cut between 1400 and 1450. I'm pretty
sure the problem was with NTT, which was the next hop after Swisscom.

At 1450 someone (Swisscom or AWS?) changed the routing and the next hop
after Swisscom changed to DTAG.

Does anyone have more insights who "fixed" it yesterday?
Swisscom only responded to our incident ticket that "Amazon uses
loadbalancers and therefore several destination ip addresses" and
"traceroute has changed since your screenshot" which is not helpful at all.

Thanks in advance for any information.

ck



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