Disclaimer: I don't work for CRL, I'm just an end user.
I am making this obvious now because...

> Can't seem to reach any of cyberpromo's nameservers. Anybody know why?

Just joined this list a few days ago so forgive me if I'm repeating past
news here, but over on inet-access there has been much discussion regarding
AGIS and CRL. If CRL is your upstream, this is why, if not got me...

Anyway, effective June 4th (according to AGIS), CRL is refusing to peer w/
them at even CIX (where AGIS has to) until AGIS will peer with them
everywhere they coexist.

CRL on the other hand is blaming the outage
between them and AGIS on a bad router at the CIX exchange.

I should correct this. I haven't seen any official announcement
from CRL on either of these; the information I can see in public
from either side is a few postings recently from AGIS (Friday-ish)
making the claim that CRL disconnected, and a forwarded posting
that I reposted Thursdayish regarding a similar outage May 23rd,
which was origionally sent by a CRL customer and included a
discussion with a CRL admin and AGIS personel which indicated
that AGIS was only peering with CRL at CIX and that AGIS' CIX
router had gone down, causing the May 23rd outage.

I do not want anyone interpreting my repost of an old trouble
item as CRL blaming AGIS; I certainly don't speak for CRL,
I haven't worked for CRL for years, and disclaimer anything of
note that I post. I was clear that I was reposting an old
trouble report (if recent) and speculating that it had
happened again.

As to which is
true (if either) is a god question, but the fact remains that transit
between CRL and AGIS isn't happening right now and hasn't been since late
the 4th.

Apparently still true, for whatever the reason is.

-george william herbert
Speaking for nobody but myself.