[VoiceOps] Crazy bouncy month

John Todd jtodd at loligo.com
Fri Aug 20 18:50:28 EDT 2010

This may be more than you're looking for:


Very detailed analysis of peer connections.  A bit spendy, but I had a  
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an ISP with clueful customers who demand to know what's going on, it's  
worth the investment to back up your statements.


On Aug 20, 2010, at 9:03 AM, David Hiers wrote:

> Come to think of it, I've been more annoyed in the past month or so...
> Anyone know of a tool that can maintain/display a traceroute-like
> history?  Not all network problems cause bgp route updates, and would
> be nice to monitor traffic paths to peers for possible correlation of
> path changes to SIP events.
> David
> On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 6:50 AM, Beth Johnson <bethjohnson5060 at gmail.com 
> > 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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