[VoiceOps] Crazy bouncy month

Beth Johnson bethjohnson5060 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 20 11:04:10 EDT 2010

Acme SBCs: moderately loaded, very healthy, very stable.

All traffic graphs show no interesting increase or decrease in total
traffic; there is no traffic-volume based attack detectable by our

A couple of RFOs have discovered planned, unannounced changes that
occurred.  Maybe everyone has decided to sneak upgrades and other changes in
before school starts and they lose that summer intern on which everything
can be conveniently blamed?  Interns and dogs are most handy in that

Hopefully, however, its just the NSA dropping in more Einstein taps.


On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 7:27 AM, anorexicpoodle <anorexicpoodle at gmail.com>wrote:

>  What SBC and what kinds of traffic volume? I saw a similarly bizarre issue
> on mine.
> On Fri, 2010-08-20 at 06:50 -0700, Beth Johnson wrote:
> Hi Groupers,
> This has been a wild month over here.  Our peer SBC has been lit up with
> alarms with bounces from this peer or that.  We'll lose one gateway from a
> peer for a minute or so, then it'll come right back up.  Sometimes the SIP
> bounce is accompanied with a BGP route flap, sometimes not.  It almost
> always happens late at night, but a few sneak in during the day.
> We've got plenty of redundancy to cover the events, so ASR remains high.
> Part of our root-cause analysis is seeking an uderstanding of the
> experiences of similar networks, so I need to ask... Is anyone else seeing a
> general increase in internet-based peer bounces?
> -B
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