|reply to EG |
Re: Comcast is using Sandvine to manage P2P Connections
said by EG :
ge = gigabit ethernet.
te = ten gigabit ethernet.
p, po, pos = Packet Over Sonet (an OC-3 or faster connection).
1-1, 1-2, 1-11, 6-1, 9-1, 2-2, etc. = slot and port.
ar01, cr01, ur01 = probably a router name ?
Judging by the location of these names - 'cr' appearing on everything with a 'cbone' hostname for example - it would appear that these are as follows: 'cr' is a core router, or a backbone router. 'ar' would be an access router, something in a local metro region. 'ur' could be a user router, or perhaps more likely it is named after the uBR router series from Cisco (uBR means universal Broadband Router) widely used in cable internet operations.