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https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/06/bgp-mishap-sends-european-mobile-traffic-through-china-telecom-for-2-hours/

Intersting article.

Interested in what others think about this from the view point of Air users and Air themselves.   Do Air have the ability to moniter their servers for an instance such as this?  I presume it would show as increased ping times.  What would be their course of action if a data center that they use were involved in something like this?


 

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9 hours ago, kbps said:

What would be their course of action if a data center that they use were involved in something like this?


I don't think they could do anything. As a customer of the datacenters themselves they have no real power over how the datacenter's network is routing packets. They can open up tickets, but no more.

Oh, yes, and Trump will probably scream "SEE? I'VE TOLD YOU." :D

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