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bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1
reply to bigburd

Re: Massive Slowdowns?

6:45 and still got good speed.. joy?


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1
reply to bigburd

No joy and I'm not he only one.. buddy in anaconda is getting the same speed. he said he couldn't even load a page last night. Amazing how the up is fine. This is just terrible...I'm speechless for once

Last Result:
Download Speed: 1019 kbps (127.4 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 883 kbps (110.4 KB/sec transfer rate)


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1
reply to bigburd

Last Result:
Download Speed: 2654 kbps (331.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 973 kbps (121.6 KB/sec transfer rate)


snooper4

join:2009-09-26
Anaconda, MT
reply to bigburd

thought id post the speed test on here and its very disappointing that i paid the premium service and i have videophone that uses the internet and i cant even have a good picture clarity and its all pixelation so bad that i cant use it and how the hell can i call 911 if emergency came up ?? and others may think my speed is "good enough"
but its not good enough for me .. it has to be good quality as near as possible as you can see on a television .. thats the kinda quality i want to see
Download Speed: 2494 kbps (311.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 1052 kbps (131.5 KB/sec transfer rate)



soadlink

join:2002-11-17
USA
reply to bigburd

Looks like things are shit again tonight. Ping spikes after hop 5...and if you look at the dns, it's in the SAME town (billings). It should barely increase at all in the same town. This is making my normal game servers have a ping 50ms higher than normal. And being the weekend, this probably wont get fixed until Monday:

Tracing route to pz-in-f100.google.com [74.125.127.100] with TTL of 32:

1 0ms pfsense.local [192.168.1.1]
2 * Request timed out.
3 9ms host-69-144-26-161.static.bresnan.net [69.144.26.161]
4 16ms mslmtfh1hb7-SO-0-3-0-U0.int.bresnan.net [69.144.26.69]
5 17ms host-72-175-110-3.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net [72.175.110.3]
6 72ms host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net [72.175.110.10]
7 86ms 66.62.136.49
8 94ms six.sea01.google.com [206.81.80.17]
9 102ms 209.85.249.32
10 105ms 72.14.239.12
11 102ms 216.239.48.32
12 100ms 216.239.48.143
13 114ms 216.239.46.6
14 98ms 216.239.46.30
15 97ms pz-in-f100.google.com [74.125.127.100]

The alternative for me is Centurytel, but they are currently capped at 10Mbps/768Kbps in this town. And don't forget the overhead that typically comes with dsl

Just wish this shit would work for at least a week without some sort of problem.



ScottKalispe

@174.44.3.x
reply to bigburd

These issues have occured a number of times and each time it has resulted in degraded service through Bresnan, so it really IS their problem. When you pay for a service, there will be one or two times throughout the year where there are problems. I have found myself posting too many times on THIS forum because of issue after issue.

I understand that fiber cuts are outside the control of the ISP. When it comes to quality of service issues with their peer networks though, Bresnan should be actively engaged with the providers 24/7 until the issue is resolved and I don't get the feeling that this is occuring.

It seems like weekend problems come and go and no resolution occurs until the netops guys wander in on Monday morning.


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1
reply to bigburd

stayed up late tonight.. took me all day to do a linux install that usually takes me about three hours. I felt like I have my old 256k DSL line again. I cant work in these conditions. I tried poking out my qwest line and I found it is so much more responsive right now it isnt even funny and that is only a 1.5Mb line. This has got to end one way or another.



soadlink

join:2002-11-17
USA
reply to bigburd

Same shit again tonight, ugh...

Tracing route to 98.119.105.12 with TTL of 32:

1 0ms 192.168.1.1
2 * Request timed out.
3 10ms 69.144.26.161
4 22ms 69.144.26.181
5 34ms 72.175.110.1
6 108ms 72.175.110.10 «- wtf
7 133ms 66.62.136.49
8 165ms 38.104.104.37
9 165ms 66.28.4.93
10 160ms 154.54.26.230
11 160ms 154.54.24.113
12 141ms 66.28.4.182
13 139ms 66.28.4.74
14 162ms 154.54.6.86
.. and so on


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1

Just called Bresnan today and had my connection turned down to normal from the plus, no need to pay for something I am not getting. A little funny here...

This morning the bresnan web site and speed test are down. With this information and what the gods at bresnan tell me about using only their speedtest I am assuming I am DOWN today even tho speakeasy says I am getting my full 8Mb.

After calling and having my speed turned down, they claim they are crediting me $50 which will cover about a half hour of the 40+ hours I have into trying to figure out why I can't get my speed.

Just so everyone understands.. the post from snooper above is hearing impaired and COUNTS on his video phone to communicate with the world. He is experiencing the exact same thing I am from 30 miles away and has been told all of his equipment is broken, just like we were told. Most folks at work say they can't get anywhere fast at night and at times can't even load a web page. I'm holding off waiting as long as I can for that speed and reliability to come back but I honestly do not believe the Bresnan folks even have a clue anything is wrong and thus are sticking to their guns. Ignorance is bliss..


jodokast82

join:2007-10-26
Great Falls, MT

I am back with some new info folks. First off, I have confirmed reports that there is to be maintenance performed relating to this or a similar issue by Bresnan the first week of October. Cross your fingers!!! Secondly, my connection was ok for a few days. It wasn't perfect but under the circumstances being able to watch Netflix seems like a giant leap for mankind. I have been keeping tabs on my connection more than usual so I can catch it in the proverbial act. I was gaming on my Xbox360 last night and began to lag horribly. I was booted from Xbox LIVE and promptly disconnected my Xbox and connected my PC to my modem and ran a few Trace routes. This is what I came across to my dismay.

Tracing route to www.l.google.com [74.125.53.104]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 373 ms 197 ms 353 ms host-10-254-72-1.grf-mt.client.bresnan.net [10.254.72.1]
2 120 ms 70 ms 137 ms grfmt001hb6-GE-1-3-0-U224.int.bresnan.net [69.145.174.225]
3 216 ms 87 ms 114 ms blnmtfh1hb7-SO-0-3-0-U0.int.bresnan.net [69.144.188.193]
4 171 ms * 199 ms blnmtdc3hb6.int.bresnan.net [69.145.247.67]
5 199 ms 41 ms 85 ms 66.62.160.25
6 161 ms 160 ms 89 ms den1-core-02.360.net [66.62.4.66]
7 261 ms 102 ms 129 ms lax1-core-01.360.net [66.62.3.41]
8 331 ms 119 ms 136 ms 66.62.6.195
9 293 ms 251 ms * core1-0-1-0.lax.net.google.com [198.32.146.46]
10 279 ms * 184 ms 216.239.43.14
11 209 ms 198 ms 131 ms 72.14.232.85
12 179 ms 200 ms 179 ms 209.85.250.144
13 218 ms 214 ms 167 ms 64.233.174.129
14 264 ms 234 ms 92 ms 72.14.232.10
15 266 ms 155 ms 235 ms pw-in-f104.google.com [74.125.53.104]

The next hour or so the numbers jump around, mainly up, and settle down enough for me to continue wasting my life gaming. Now I have a question. I know that first IP is an internal IP of some sort. I can't trace it to any piece of equipment I have here. It is the same IP on 2 PCs so that leads me to believe it is an IP of a piece Bresnan equipment such as a router or something of the sort. Any help would be nice. If it seems to be my equipment, please let me know. I don't want to misplace my frustration towards Bresnan when its me.

A bit more info: These are the same numbers I get on all of my PC's in the house so its not central to one system. My Xbox is also affected and can be backed up by trace routes. Its doesn't seem to be an issue in my network (a.k.a. unsupported router) because, at the behest of Bresnan, I have been running routerless. So.... wtf!?


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1

2 edits

Wouldn't it be nice if they would just tell you this when you call instead of getting the run-around? I hope you are right I am holding out until after the first week of the month just to see. I like the speed I was getting prior to the outtage but I just can't work at night and I need to be able to work. This is by far the worst situation I have been in with an ISP to date.

Thank you for this output as well because now you are proof that the routers are NOT the cause of this. I'm sure that one of the bresnan geniuses will come in and tell you that your pc is bad because of that bad lag at the initial hop. It won't be them I can guarantee you that. They will look for something, tell you to kill your anti virus or the windows firewall next or something assinine like that. Heck let's just all toss security to the wayside, disconnect our routers, shut down our firewalls, uninstall our antivirus and run em wide open for the botnets to run awry on all they want..

For anyone continuing to have this problem that is consistently being blamed for it here is the link to the FTC web site where you can complain about Bresnan's terrible service:

»www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/FT···?Lang=en


jodokast82

join:2007-10-26
Great Falls, MT

1 edit

They already pulled that. Told me that it is my PC. But not just MY PC. Its EVERY PC in my house. As well as my Xbox. They are all faulty in some way or another. I find it funny. Not "ha ha" funny, but "WTF am I paying for because it surely can't be internet" funny. I am about to the end of my rope here.


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1

There is my complaint to the FTC.. all should jump aboard that are getting this smoke job from Bresnan. The more complaints the FTC gets, the harder they will look at the issue is my experience. Just asking everyone to put a little pressure on these folks so they know we mean business.

Thank you for contacting the FTC. Your complaint has been entered into Consumer Sentinel, a secure online database available to thousands of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies worldwide. Your reference number is:
24150916


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1
reply to bigburd

You can also add this to the list of places to complain..

Here is the FCC complaint link:
»esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htm


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1
reply to bigburd

Filing for: -EDITED- has been received by FCC. Thanks for your information. When inquiring about your complaint, be sure to reference this number: 09-C00160733 and, be sure to mention that you filed this complaint over the internet.


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1
reply to bigburd

Okay so I did my part in this and filed complaints with the proper authorities. I can only encourage ANYONE having this similar experience to do the same. Legally pressuring them is the only thing I can figure to do at this point.


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1

1 edit
reply to bigburd

REMINDER! If you have been following this thread I have now downgraded to the slower connection. ~7Mb should be my norm.

Last Result:
Download Speed: 996 kbps (124.5 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 369 kbps (46.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

traceroute to www.l.google.com (74.125.155.104), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
1 host-10-252-148-1.but-mt.client.bresnan.net (10.252.148.1) 10.598 ms 6.754 ms 9.626 ms
2 butmtfh2hb6-GE-0-0-0-U120.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.122) 11.007 ms 8.820 ms 10.623 ms
3 hlnmt002hb7-SO-1-2-0-U10.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.161) 14.515 ms 28.721 ms 21.199 ms
4 mslmtfh1hb7-GE-0-0-0-U432.int.bresnan.net (69.144.26.101) 20.713 ms 16.813 ms 20.367 ms
5 host-72-175-110-3.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.3) 23.198 ms 32.656 ms 35.696 ms
6 host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.10) 168.508 ms 163.059 ms 171.507 ms
7 66.62.136.57 (66.62.136.57) 175.576 ms 197.918 ms 170.453 ms
8 six.sea01.google.com (206.81.80.17) 176.134 ms 216.800 ms 173.574 ms
9 209.85.249.34 (209.85.249.34) 183.151 ms 209.85.249.32 (209.85.249.32) 171.116 ms 183.063 ms
10 209.85.250.126 (209.85.250.126) 183.372 ms 240.296 ms 72.14.239.12 (72.14.239.12) 178.712 ms
11 209.85.250.144 (209.85.250.144) 186.749 ms 220.310 ms 216.239.48.32 (216.239.48.32) 199.351 ms
12 64.233.174.121 (64.233.174.121) 194.377 ms 64.233.174.129 (64.233.174.129) 179.716 ms 64.233.174.123 (64.233.174.123) 197.540 ms
13 216.239.49.246 (216.239.49.246) 194.950 ms 209.85.254.146 (209.85.254.146) 187.572 ms 168.057 ms
14 px-in-f104.google.com (74.125.155.104) 175.282 ms 172.056 ms 176.162 ms

traceroute to www.l.google.com (74.125.155.103), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
1 host-10-252-148-1.but-mt.client.bresnan.net (10.252.148.1) 10.333 ms 12.333 ms 12.285 ms
2 butmtfh2hb6-GE-0-0-0-U120.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.122) 8.191 ms 10.985 ms 12.922 ms
3 hlnmt002hb7-SO-1-2-0-U10.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.161) 19.562 ms 16.404 ms 20.601 ms
4 mslmtfh1hb7-GE-0-0-0-U432.int.bresnan.net (69.144.26.101) 18.769 ms 20.938 ms 19.818 ms
5 host-72-175-110-3.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.3) 24.751 ms 26.238 ms 26.248 ms
6 host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.10) 138.664 ms 144.624 ms 135.607 ms
7 66.62.136.57 (66.62.136.57) 146.870 ms 153.410 ms 152.879 ms
8 six.sea01.google.com (206.81.80.17) 157.981 ms 168.892 ms 153.778 ms
9 209.85.249.34 (209.85.249.34) 159.553 ms 157.355 ms 160.216 ms
10 72.14.239.12 (72.14.239.12) 169.084 ms 209.85.250.126 (209.85.250.126) 158.724 ms 160.992 ms
11 216.239.48.34 (216.239.48.34) 159.685 ms 209.85.250.144 (209.85.250.144) 156.418 ms 216.239.48.34 (216.239.48.34) 164.930 ms
12 64.233.174.129 (64.233.174.129) 164.970 ms 216.239.48.165 (216.239.48.165) 164.514 ms 64.233.174.131 (64.233.174.131) 169.676 ms
13 216.239.49.166 (216.239.49.166) 163.540 ms 209.85.254.150 (209.85.254.150) 178.568 ms 196.738 ms
14 px-in-f103.google.com (74.125.155.103) 187.706 ms 189.398 ms 193.216 ms

I traced the same address twice to verify.. This clearly shows bresnan billings massively slowed down.

On top of this the Bresnan speedtest shows full speed ahead.. These are not real world results and are clearly misleading



ScotKalispel

@174.44.3.x
reply to bigburd

Here we go again, another night of HORRIBLE latency and THIS time it is a bresnan issue:

1 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms firewall.rubicon.homedns.org [192.168.1.1]
2 * * * Request timed out.
3 10 ms 8 ms 9 ms host-69-144-26-145.static.bresnan.net [69.144.26
.145]
4 15 ms 15 ms 18 ms mslmtfh1hb7-SO-0-3-0-U0.int.bresnan.net [69.144.
26.69]
5 15 ms 15 ms 16 ms host-72-175-110-3.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net [72.
175.110.3]
6 188 ms 191 ms 191 ms host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net [72
.175.110.10]



soadlink

join:2002-11-17
USA
reply to bigburd

Talked with the level 2 tech tonight about this weird hop that's increasing latency, and send him a separate email with more data/tests in regards to it. But yea it's doing it for me yet again.. so I'm going to monitor about when it started (7:30pm MST or so) and when it stops (we will see) and pass that info along to him as well.



koolkid1563
Premium,MVM
join:2005-11-06
Powell, WY

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Here are the smokeping graphs since I started tracking it from my connection in Butte.

rich44

join:2003-01-24
Butte, MT

I am having the exact same problems at the exact same hop, very frustrating.



soadlink

join:2002-11-17
USA
reply to bigburd

Seemed to stop at roughly 12:20am MST this morning. The tech was saying that sounds like one of their core routers. Seems like it might be getting overloaded during peak usage time


alphainfinit2

join:2007-07-16
Whitefish, MT

1 edit
reply to bigburd

I hope they plan on increasing capacity at that tier. This is getting a little old.


bigburd

join:2009-09-14
Butte, MT
kudos:1
reply to bigburd

Last Result:
Download Speed: 1697 kbps (212.1 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 297 kbps (37.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

traceroute to www.l.google.com (74.125.155.105), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
1 host-10-252-148-1.but-mt.client.bresnan.net (10.252.148.1) 8.629 ms 9.482 ms 11.280 ms
2 butmtfh2hb6-GE-0-0-0-U120.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.122) 11.268 ms 11.870 ms 8.040 ms
3 hlnmt002hb7-SO-1-2-0-U10.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.161) 14.875 ms 19.182 ms 21.909 ms
4 mslmtfh1hb7-GE-0-0-0-U432.int.bresnan.net (69.144.26.101) 19.495 ms 21.418 ms 17.403 ms
5 host-72-175-110-3.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.3) 27.033 ms 24.541 ms 29.149 ms
6 host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.10) 86.303 ms 86.318 ms 99.119 ms
7 66.62.136.57 (66.62.136.57) 114.763 ms 106.305 ms 102.478 ms
8 six.sea01.google.com (206.81.80.17) 111.168 ms 115.358 ms 116.826 ms
9 209.85.249.34 (209.85.249.34) 220.997 ms 209.85.249.32 (209.85.249.32) 119.319 ms 128.705 ms
10 72.14.239.12 (72.14.239.12) 130.122 ms 209.85.250.126 (209.85.250.126) 127.412 ms 132.221 ms
11 216.239.48.32 (216.239.48.32) 129.776 ms 209.85.250.146 (209.85.250.146) 123.194 ms 130.496 ms
12 216.239.48.139 (216.239.48.139) 132.268 ms 124.658 ms 64.233.174.131 (64.233.174.131) 130.479 ms
13 216.239.49.166 (216.239.49.166) 137.087 ms 216.239.49.246 (216.239.49.246) 140.038 ms 134.581 ms
14 px-in-f105.google.com (74.125.155.105) 133.922 ms 137.164 ms 134.054 ms

traceroute to www.l.google.com (74.125.155.106), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
1 host-10-252-148-1.but-mt.client.bresnan.net (10.252.148.1) 15.494 ms 9.749 ms 18.352 ms
2 butmtfh2hb6-GE-0-0-1-U96.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.98) 10.884 ms 13.651 ms 8.904 ms
3 hlnmt002hb7-SO-1-2-0-U10.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.161) 15.271 ms 23.853 ms 15.981 ms
4 mslmtfh1hb7-GE-0-0-0-U432.int.bresnan.net (69.144.26.101) 17.731 ms 22.851 ms 16.533 ms
5 host-72-175-110-3.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.3) 24.140 ms 21.085 ms 34.702 ms
6 host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.10) 85.746 ms 87.705 ms 86.586 ms
7 66.62.136.57 (66.62.136.57) 115.702 ms 112.547 ms 122.162 ms
8 six.sea01.google.com (206.81.80.17) 110.201 ms 109.879 ms 111.263 ms
9 209.85.249.32 (209.85.249.32) 110.544 ms 209.85.249.34 (209.85.249.34) 113.363 ms 209.85.249.32 (209.85.249.32) 123.072 ms
10 209.85.250.126 (209.85.250.126) 151.233 ms 72.14.239.12 (72.14.239.12) 121.152 ms 209.85.250.126 (209.85.250.126) 124.493 ms
11 209.85.250.146 (209.85.250.146) 126.705 ms 216.239.48.34 (216.239.48.34) 129.596 ms 209.85.250.146 (209.85.250.146) 130.682 ms
12 64.233.174.123 (64.233.174.123) 120.175 ms 134.142 ms 216.239.48.137 (216.239.48.137) 128.242 ms
13 209.85.254.150 (209.85.254.150) 129.950 ms 209.85.254.146 (209.85.254.146) 140.858 ms 126.393 ms
14 px-in-f106.google.com (74.125.155.106) 122.419 ms 117.150 ms 118.857 ms

Not as obvious tonight but you can still clearly see the latency issue in Billings. C'mon Bresnan get your game face on and fix this!


rich44

join:2003-01-24
Butte, MT

Its as bad tonight as ever.

Last time i saw this problem with bresnan it took atleast 2 months to go away.



koolkid1563
Premium,MVM
join:2005-11-06
Powell, WY

4 edits
reply to bigburd

Here are tests from just now - I am on the 'speed plus' tier...





Definitely major problems tonight if their 'off network' speeds experience more than a 10Mb/s decrease in speeds than nodes on their network. Funny thing is traceroutes look alright for the most part, though I know it can be much better compared to the same traceroute done from home.

This is from my Bresnan connection in Butte:

traceroute to sea.speakeasy.net (66.93.87.2), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
1 10.252.148.1 (10.252.148.1) 5.989 ms 5.826 ms 5.756 ms
2 butmtfh2hb6-GE-0-0-1-U96.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.98) 6.377 ms 7.179 ms 6.894 ms
3 hlnmt002hb7-SO-1-2-0-U10.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.161) 13.412 ms 12.671 ms 11.412 ms
4 mslmtfh1hb6-GE-1-3-0-U432.int.bresnan.net (69.144.26.102) 26.951 ms 26.673 ms 28.809 ms
5 host-72-175-110-1.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.1) 29.453 ms 32.146 ms 28.956 ms
6 host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.10) 19.404 ms 15.940 ms 13.968 ms
7 66.62.136.57 (66.62.136.57) 141.589 ms 113.903 ms 123.530 ms
8 ge-7-10.car2.Seattle1.Level3.net (4.53.146.97) 109.057 ms 114.701 ms 107.562 ms
9 SPEAKEASY-I.car4.Seattle1.Level3.net (209.247.91.170) 113.535 ms 112.167 ms 109.540 ms
10 dns.sea1.speakeasy.net (66.93.87.2) 113.574 ms 111.669 ms 110.556 ms

This is from my TCT connection in Powell:

traceroute to sea.speakeasy.net (66.93.87.2), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
1 sub-96-31-116-2.tctwest.net (96.31.116.2) 17.892 ms 4.122 ms 4.921 ms
2 sub-96-31-116-1.tctwest.net (96.31.116.1) 3.978 ms 5.352 ms 3.787 ms
3 66.62.227.33 (66.62.227.33) 18.181 ms 18.363 ms 17.630 ms
4 den1-edge-01.360.net (66.62.6.67) 17.936 ms 21.660 ms 18.020 ms
5 ge-6-16.car2.Denver1.Level3.net (4.53.2.25) 22.680 ms 22.654 ms 23.184 ms
6 ae-32-52.ebr2.Denver1.Level3.net (4.68.107.62) 24.029 ms 34.902 ms 35.911 ms
7 ae-2.ebr2.Seattle1.Level3.net (4.69.132.53) 51.800 ms 49.679 ms 51.281 ms
8 ae-22-52.car2.Seattle1.Level3.net (4.68.105.35) 49.260 ms 49.481 ms 49.549 ms
9 SPEAKEASY-I.car4.Seattle1.Level3.net (209.247.91.170) 51.547 ms 50.310 ms 53.122 ms
10 dns.sea1.speakeasy.net (66.93.87.2) 49.091 ms 49.702 ms 50.064 ms

rich44

join:2003-01-24
Butte, MT

The problems seems to be at the very last hop before leaving bresnan's network. Thus their internal speed test checks out just fine.


alphainfinit2

join:2007-07-16
Whitefish, MT

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reply to bigburd

Jayyyzzuuuzz...problems again tonight...so much for gaming. This is a traceroute right off the firewall interface:

firewall (root) ~ $ traceroute www.yahoo.com
traceroute to www-real.wa1.b.yahoo.com (209.131.36.158), 30 hops max, 38 byte pa ckets
1 * * *
2 host-69-144-26-145.static.bresnan.net (69.144.26.145) 8.783 ms 7.023 ms 6 .399 ms
3 mslmtfh1hb7-SO-0-3-0-U0.int.bresnan.net (69.144.26.69) 15.863 ms 12.253 ms 12.368 ms
4 host-72-175-110-3.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.3) 14.642 ms 23.44 6 ms 13.245 ms
MPLS Label=301696 CoS=3 TTL=1 S=0
5 host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.10) 195.998 ms 19 9.439 ms 200.716 ms
6 66.62.136.49 (66.62.136.49) 208.035 ms 242.227 ms 220.271 ms
7 six.yahoo.com (206.81.80.98) 233.320 ms 213.067 ms 217.159 ms
8 so-4-0-0.pat1.pao.yahoo.com (216.115.110.42) 241.833 ms 228.001 ms 224.77 1 ms
9 ae0-p140.msr1.sp1.yahoo.com (216.115.107.49) 219.112 ms ae1-p150.msr2.sp1.y ahoo.com (216.115.107.77) 221.164 ms ae0-p140.msr1.sp1.yahoo.com (216.115.107.4 9) 223.574 ms
10 te-9-1.bas-a2.sp1.yahoo.com (209.131.32.23) 53.160 ms te-8-1.bas-a2.sp1.yah oo.com (209.131.32.19) 50.847 ms te-8-1.bas-a1.sp1.yahoo.com (209.131.32.17) 5 3.036 ms
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koolkid1563
Premium,MVM
join:2005-11-06
Powell, WY

Its strange that I don't see the same spike on that address even minutes after you ran yours:

traceroute to sea.speakeasy.net (66.93.87.2), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
1 10.252.148.1 (10.252.148.1) 6.543 ms 6.252 ms 7.783 ms
2 butmtfh2hb6-GE-0-0-1-U96.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.98) 7.355 ms 6.903 ms 6.914 ms
3 hlnmt002hb7-SO-1-2-0-U10.int.bresnan.net (69.144.94.161) 11.860 ms 12.440 ms 12.886 ms
4 mslmtfh1hb6-GE-1-3-0-U432.int.bresnan.net (69.144.26.102) 14.892 ms 15.911 ms 14.932 ms
5 host-72-175-110-1.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.1) 17.397 ms 16.799 ms 17.402 ms
6 host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.10) 19.372 ms 21.913 ms 21.389 ms
7 66.62.136.57 (66.62.136.57) 82.823 ms 91.604 ms 85.244 ms
8 ge-7-10.car2.Seattle1.Level3.net (4.53.146.97) 79.101 ms 86.366 ms 84.269 ms
9 SPEAKEASY-I.car4.Seattle1.Level3.net (209.247.91.170) 83.700 ms 82.678 ms 82.488 ms
10 dns.sea1.speakeasy.net (66.93.87.2) 86.114 ms 81.317 ms 83.298 ms


alphainfinit2

join:2007-07-16
Whitefish, MT

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reply to bigburd

Here is another one:

firewall (root) ~ $ traceroute www.yahoo.com
traceroute to www-real.wa1.b.yahoo.com (209.131.36.158), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
1 * * *
2 host-69-144-26-145.static.bresnan.net (69.144.26.145) 7.188 ms 8.796 ms 6.382 ms
3 mslmtfh1hb7-SO-0-3-0-U0.int.bresnan.net (69.144.26.69) 11.988 ms 13.276 ms 14.959 ms
4 host-72-175-110-3.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.3) 12.882 ms 12.423 ms 12.804 ms
MPLS Label=301696 CoS=0 TTL=1 S=1
5 host-72-175-110-10.bln-mt.client.bresnan.net (72.175.110.10) 104.217 ms 111.064 ms 116.216 ms
6 66.62.136.49 (66.62.136.49) 126.532 ms 126.092 ms 122.249 ms

7 six.yahoo.com (206.81.80.98) 163.162 ms 139.298 ms 132.854 ms
8 so-4-0-0.pat1.pao.yahoo.com (216.115.110.42) 147.991 ms 152.654 ms 156.123 ms
9 ae1-p150.msr2.sp1.yahoo.com (216.115.107.77) 153.142 ms ae0-p140.msr1.sp1.yahoo.com (216.115.107.49) 147.478 ms ae1-p150.msr2.sp1.yahoo.com (216.115.107.77) 214.084 ms
10 te-8-1.bas-a1.sp1.yahoo.com (209.131.32.17) 53.567 ms te-9-1.bas-a2.sp1.yahoo.com (209.131.32.23) 51.884 ms 51.036 ms
11 * *
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