[outages] Packet loss between L3 and GBLX

michael.vanrensburg at telecity.com michael.vanrensburg at telecity.com
Thu May 31 17:58:54 EDT 2012


Using both networks that is certainly our view from a European perspective. I believe only 1st line, provisioning and sales have integrated. Understandably it's a big job trying to integrate and am lead to believe not only will be a slow process but some network elements might never get there in any reasonable time span.
Michael



On 31 May 2012, at 22:55, "Mike Simkins" <mike.simkins at sungard.com<mailto:mike.simkins at sungard.com>> wrote:

Owner wise, yes

Network wise they are still semi-separate I believe (outside the US at least) , I have had recent conversations with people claiming L3 and GLBX as separate units (in the fact they could not deliver a GLBX circuit in an L3-lit building)

From: outages-bounces at outages.org<mailto:outages-bounces at outages.org> [mailto:outages-bounces at outages.org<mailto:outages-bounces at outages.org>] On Behalf Of Eduardo Schoedler
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To: Steve Dispensa
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Subject: Re: [outages] Packet loss between L3 and GBLX

2012/5/31 Steve Dispensa <dispensa at phonefactor.com<mailto:dispensa at phonefactor.com>>
Anyone else noticing continuing packet loss between L3 and GBLX? This
has been going on and off for about 18 hours (more?).

L3 and GLBX isn't it the same thing ?

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Eduardo Schoedler
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