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ipv6.cnn.com serving 0B response
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Currently serving a 0B response to any request it looks like - anyone know if they are abandoning ipv6.cnn.com or if this is transient brokenness (that they may not be aware of)?

Ryan
Re: ipv6.cnn.com serving 0B response [ In reply to ]
Yeah, I'm getting 504s:

prompt$ auto_proxy='' curl -vv -A 'IsThisThingOn' http://ipv6.cnn.com/
* About to connect() to ipv6.cnn.com port 80 (#0)
* Trying 2620:100:e000::8001... connected
* Connected to ipv6.cnn.com (2620:100:e000::8001) port 80 (#0)
> GET / HTTP/1.1
> User-Agent: IsThisThingOn
> Host: ipv6.cnn.com
> Accept: */*
>
< HTTP/1.1 504 Gateway Timeout
< Connection: close
<
* Closing connection #0
Re: ipv6.cnn.com serving 0B response [ In reply to ]
On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 01:32:07AM -0500, Ryan Rawdon wrote:
> http://ipv6.cnn.com
>
> Currently serving a 0B response to any request it looks like - anyone
> know if they are abandoning ipv6.cnn.com or if this is transient
> brokenness (that they may not be aware of)?

I haven't even been able to connect to port 80 at all since early
December, 2011 from some locations. I figured they had some IPv6
project that fizzled and nobody cares anymore.

% traceroute6 -I -q1 ipv6.cnn.com.
[...]
12 vl-80.car2.washington1.level3.net (2001:1900:15:7::4) 260.305 ms
13 vl-4040.car1.atlanta2.level3.net (2001:1900:4:1::b1) 27.387 ms
14 vl-51.car1.atlanta1.level3.net (2001:1900:1c:1::5) 27.419 ms
15 *
16 *
17 *
18 *

There have been a few companies that this has happened to in the past,
Netflix being one that stands out in my mind. It's unfortunate.

- Mark

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Mark Kamichoff
prox@prolixium.com
http://www.prolixium.com/
RE: ipv6.cnn.com serving 0B response [ In reply to ]
It's been mostly broken since December 5 and my notes to my contact at their
NOC go unanswered.



Here's this year's stats:











Frank



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Sent: Wednesday, February 29, 2012 8:21 AM
To: Ryan Rawdon
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Subject: Re: ipv6.cnn.com serving 0B response



On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 01:32:07AM -0500, Ryan Rawdon wrote:

> <http://ipv6.cnn.com> http://ipv6.cnn.com

>

> Currently serving a 0B response to any request it looks like - anyone

> know if they are abandoning ipv6.cnn.com or if this is transient

> brokenness (that they may not be aware of)?



I haven't even been able to connect to port 80 at all since early

December, 2011 from some locations. I figured they had some IPv6

project that fizzled and nobody cares anymore.



% traceroute6 -I -q1 ipv6.cnn.com.

[...]

12 vl-80.car2.washington1.level3.net (2001:1900:15:7::4) 260.305 ms

13 vl-4040.car1.atlanta2.level3.net (2001:1900:4:1::b1) 27.387 ms

14 vl-51.car1.atlanta1.level3.net (2001:1900:1c:1::5) 27.419 ms

15 *

16 *

17 *

18 *



There have been a few companies that this has happened to in the past,

Netflix being one that stands out in my mind. It's unfortunate.



- Mark



--

Mark Kamichoff

<mailto:prox@prolixium.com> prox@prolixium.com

<http://www.prolixium.com/> http://www.prolixium.com/