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The Telecom Digest Sat, 28 Nov 2015
Volume 34 Issue 217

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* 1 - Re: [telecom] Different handling of local and 844? - Mike Spencer


Message-ID: <87si3svy6o.fsf@bogus.nodomain.nowhere>
Date: 27 Nov 2015 00:55:11 -0400
From: Mike Spencer 
Subject: Re: [telecom] Different handling of local and 844?

Fred Goldstein  writes:

> On 11/24/2015 5:34 PM, Mike Spencer wrote:
>> The originating number is 902-543-nnnn, POTS, copper, a Bell Aliant
>> number, our local ILEC.
>> The destination number for the failing connection is 902-530-nnnn, an
>> Eastlink number. Eastlink is our local cableco & CLEC.  902-530 is a
>> Bridgewater (NS) local number.  The ISP's NOC is in Kentville (NS).  I
>> think the modems/portmaster are in Kentville.
> That makes it harder... you're so close to where the world drops off
> into the dragons that the usual assumptions may not apply. :-)

In various tech domains, yes, we do sometimes see the spoor of dragons
here and the occasional dinosaur.

Thanks for the detailed notes.  I'm not sure what the relevant ISP's
admin can do with it but I'll be a bit better informed when we talk

Mike Spencer                  Nova Scotia, Canada



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