INEX connectivity Upgrade

When: INEX LAN#1 connection being upgraded @ 23:00 on Monday 10th of March.
What: We currently have 2 x 100M connections to INEX. Our LAN#1 connection carriers a lot of our INEX traffic and as such we’re upgrading it to 1000M to prevent it being a bottle neck for traffic originated in Ireland. This is a simple software configuration change for the port speed on one of our routers and requires INEX operations staff to do the same on their end.
There’ll be a brief hit as all our INEX peerings on LAN#1 go down and traffic re-routes over LAN#2 and transit. This should only be temporary and peerings should re-establish automatically after a few minutes.
Summary: @ 23:00 on March 10th we’re upgrading our primary Connection to INEX to 1000M. Traffic reaching us via INEX peerings on LAN#1 should be re-routed via LAN#2 and transit with minimal downtime being incurred, just the time it takes for BGP to reconverge.
Update: 23:25 March 10th 2008
This upgrade went ahead without a hitch. We’re now running at GE @ INEX on Lan#1. We’ll upgrade Lan#2 later in the year as necessary.

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2 Responses to INEX connectivity Upgrade

  1. Christian March 7, 2008 at 16:51 #

    I dont know where to ask this so here goes: All these cool pics/clipart you use in your blogs etc. where did you get them? Can I use them?
    sorry for wasting your time with such a stupid question and thanks in advance ūüôā
    Kind regards

  2. Michele Neylon March 9, 2008 at 19:34 #

    The stock photos are from IStockPhoto and you would need to get a license from them to use them