Telecity 4 --------------------------- Name : Mozilla Port : 1/1 (patch: ODF3A2/2/1&2) Switch : wdm-tc4-137 Speed : 1000base-SX Duplex : full VLAN : ISP IP address: 18.104.22.168 [*] Netmask : 255.255.254.0 (/23) FQDN : (none[**]) IPv6 prefix : 2001:7f8:1::/64 [+] IPv6 address: 2001:7f8:1::A504:2037:n (n = 1, 2, 3, ...)
Tiedown information provided to Telecity for completion of our multimode crossconnect (Telecity Case ID HD0000000484032)
dmoore, you got any updates here? 3Crowd's at a point they could push free traffic off to AMS-IX peers and I just got the invoice for AMS-IX.
We've received amended port locations from AMS-IX, and this information has been passed on to Telecity for completion of our order. == The patch position should be ODF3A2/3/1&2. Apologies for the confusion. Kind regards, Niels Bakker -- AMS-IX NOC <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tel. +31 (0)20 514 1717 http://www.ams-ix.net/
Dear Derek Moore, By means of this email I would like to confirm that the circuit has been installed. The new TelecityGroup Circuit ID for this circuit is CID 33941. The point to point location is: A - side: Mozilla rack Z2A-A05, Multimode fiber patch with LC/PC connectors. B - side: Amsix rack Z3A-F01, Patchpanel on U46, port 1 and 2 (SC/PC). Ticket 484032 has been closed. In case of any problems or queries regarding to this circuit please contact the TelecityGroup Support Desk and refer CID mentioned above. Kind regards, Edwin van Bussel
Telecity has updated our CID to 34005. Circuit is currently connected and has link up. Our port is still in quarantine on the AMS-IX end, and we'll petition to be moved to production overnight.
I changed the address on core1:gi1/1 and can ping AS1200's router. Over to you do to RS & AS1200 peering. --- I confirmed that we are not receiving any more MOP frames. Thanks for disabling this. Since everything is ok now I moved your port to the production VLAN. Welcome to AMS-IX! I will announce your presence to the membership in a moment. Meanwhile, would you like to peer with AS1200 and/or the route servers (AS6777)? For more information, see: https://www.ams-ix.net/ams-ix-route-servers/ https://www.ams-ix.net/as1200-peering/ Kind regards, Martin
Waiting on AMS-IX for RS & AS1200 peering turn up.
Assignee: dmoore → mrz
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Product: mozilla.org → Infrastructure & Operations
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