We will have a scheduled maintenance the night from 11 to 12/01 on our fiber BRU <> AMS (http://travaux.ovh.net/?do=details&id=29335
) due to road's construction works in Belgium.
At the same time, and since 10 days and mainly because of the adverse weather, we are undergoing a major fibercut on our subsea cable AMS <> LDN (http://travaux.ovh.net/?do=details&id
= 29162), which is the back-up photonic line to reach Amsterdam.
We will most probably have to isolate our POP Amsterdam for 2h to 5h duration, from 11/01 23h59 UTC to 12/01 05h00 UTC if the subsea fibercut is not repaired before the AMS <> BRU maintenance
In order to validate that there will be no significant impact, we will conduct isolation tests of our peerings on the Amsterdam POP from tonight, the 10/01 from 23:30 UTC. The peerings will be isolated one by one to validate the rerouting.
An increase in latency is possible during tests and maintenance of BRU <> AMS tomorrow.Update(s): Date: 2018-01-12 04:28:48 UTC
All peerings are up and we have de isolate the routers.
We monitor.Date: 2018-01-12 04:16:52 UTC
The operation is over, we are now putting back in operation the Amsterdam popDate: 2018-01-11 23:52:01 UTC
The routers are isolated from an external and internal point of view.Date: 2018-01-11 22:41:55 UTC
We start the isolation of ams-1-a9 and ams-5-a9Date: 2018-01-11 08:41:07 UTC
We put back traffic around 2:00. We have made some routing changes, and we still need to control some changes to do tonight.Date: 2018-01-10 23:36:11 UTC
We start the preventive isolation of ams-1-a9