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Re: Connection issues with the www.ozisuzu.com.au web server
« Reply #75 on: Apr 03, 2020, 12:13:14 PM »
First time I've had connection for 2 weeks. Hope it stays on.
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Re: Connection issues with the www.ozisuzu.com.au web server
« Reply #76 on: Apr 03, 2020, 01:36:14 PM »
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I have to start work now so I cant mess around with my NBN box or modem but clearly there is something wrong straight from my local NBN tower at the moment.
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Given that most of us are experiencing similar issues, I wouldn't think that your problem is a localised one. I would assume your modem, NBN box and local infrastructure is sound.
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Re: Connection issues with the www.ozisuzu.com.au web server
« Reply #77 on: Apr 06, 2020, 04:40:53 AM »
FYI guys,
Their internal routing has had another hop added...

HOST: yvesjv-pc.localhost.localdomain          Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
  1. AS???    192.168.1.1                       0.0%    10    0.4   0.4   0.3   0.4   0.0
  ------snip-------
  6. AS???    27.111.228.105                    0.0%    10  119.0 111.3 110.0 119.0   2.7
  7. AS26496  148.72.204.1                      0.0%    10  111.0 111.1 110.6 111.3   0.2
  8. AS???    10.242.0.41                       0.0%    10  110.5 110.5 110.0 110.9   0.3
  9. AS???    10.242.0.145                      0.0%    10  111.9 111.4 110.5 114.7   1.2
     AS???    10.242.0.153
     AS???    10.242.0.155
     AS???    10.242.0.147
 10. AS26496  166.62.6.79                       0.0%    10  110.3 110.7 110.2 111.4   0.4

 

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Re: Connection issues with the www.ozisuzu.com.au web server
« Reply #78 on: Apr 06, 2020, 09:48:58 AM »
What I still need confirmed is who dictates all the hops from our houses to the hosts servers?

BGP routing from service providers connection to the Internet.

So the service providers are responsible for all the hops from our houses until it actually gets to the server?
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Re: Connection issues with the www.ozisuzu.com.au web server
« Reply #79 on: Apr 06, 2020, 09:50:24 AM »
FYI guys,
Their internal routing has had another hop added...

HOST: yvesjv-pc.localhost.localdomain          Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
  1. AS???    192.168.1.1                       0.0%    10    0.4   0.4   0.3   0.4   0.0
  ------snip-------
  6. AS???    27.111.228.105                    0.0%    10  119.0 111.3 110.0 119.0   2.7
  7. AS26496  148.72.204.1                      0.0%    10  111.0 111.1 110.6 111.3   0.2
  8. AS???    10.242.0.41                       0.0%    10  110.5 110.5 110.0 110.9   0.3
  9. AS???    10.242.0.145                      0.0%    10  111.9 111.4 110.5 114.7   1.2
     AS???    10.242.0.153
     AS???    10.242.0.155
     AS???    10.242.0.147
 10. AS26496  166.62.6.79                       0.0%    10  110.3 110.7 110.2 111.4   0.4




When you say 'their' do you mean your ISP?
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Re: Connection issues with the www.ozisuzu.com.au web server
« Reply #80 on: Apr 06, 2020, 01:38:45 PM »

BGP routing from service providers connection to the Internet.

So the service providers are responsible for all the hops from our houses until it actually gets to the server?

BGP is a routing protocol that the Internet uses. Service providers (and large organisations) will implement it at the router that connects to the Internet. BGP will dynamically determine the best/most reliable path to the destination host.

Also, I'm on the forum several times a day and I have not had a problem. I would have thought if it was at the server end I would have experienced it at least once. But I could be just lucky!

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Re: Connection issues with the www.ozisuzu.com.au web server
« Reply #81 on: Apr 06, 2020, 04:22:52 PM »
I haven't had a timeout since March 25 .
 

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Re: Connection issues with the www.ozisuzu.com.au web server
« Reply #82 on: Apr 06, 2020, 04:24:46 PM »
When you say 'their' do you mean your ISP?

No, I meant them.

After the packets hopped from 148.72.204.1, notice how the next hops are all 10.242.0.'some-number' until finally reaching the shared server at 166.62.6.79.
These ip addresses starting with 10. are ip addresses that are meant to only be used inside your network and un-routable on the internet (www). We drop all these packets by default on our internet firewalls.
There are other common IP addresses that are also un-routable, most commonly known starts  with 176. and 192.

Ian is right with these guys using external BGP, it is detected as the uniquely assigned number being 26496. This webpage shows Godaddy has direct connectivity with Telstra https://bgpview.io/asn/26496#peers-v4
It would be a wild guess towards what they are using for IGP... don't want to know either. :evil6:

For some reason, the Linux tool I use to check on them traces the path to the shared server and reports on all the hops taken to reach it.

The connectivity is good for me at the moment and sure hope it doesn't turn into another yoyo again.
 

 

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