Border router failure.

Sun Mar 2 09:34:46 PST 2003 — Border router failure. A VIP in one of our core Cisco 7500 routers failed this morning causing routing instability until it was removed. This VIP was been used to provide redundancy in our core and is not needed for normal operation. We will be investigating why the the failure of one of the router’s redundant interfaces interfered with it’s operation; it should have gone relatively unnoticed. While the router was having difficulty, reachability to or from our network may have been spotty and some of our prefixes were dampened by remote networks. At this time, all of the router’s services have been fully restored and our network has returned to normal. -Kelsey and Nathan

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