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Topic # 105389 3-Jul-2012 14:29
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Looks like Vodafone have a major outage as all our Vodafone clients have dropped offline.
Can't even get the main Vodafone website.




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  Reply # 650077 3-Jul-2012 14:30
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Our office is on Vodafone and can confirm - we've been offline for the last 20 minutes.

Everything has just started working again now.

No luck getting through to a Vodafone CSR!

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  Reply # 650078 3-Jul-2012 14:31
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Yeah, had no ADSL or 3G for a few minutes just then. It's back up and running again now. Maybe it flooded? :P

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 650079 3-Jul-2012 14:31
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mine working fine





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  Reply # 650080 3-Jul-2012 14:32
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mine went out at 2:18pm.. was off for exactly 10 mins before coming back up, in that time there was no actual loss of connection rather the routes to the internet was somewhat missing.. maybe part of their core network dropped? 




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  Reply # 650081 3-Jul-2012 14:35
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Someone must have tripped over the power cable and it just took a bit to reboot the server. :D
Looks like they are coming back online now.




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  Reply # 650082 3-Jul-2012 14:37
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CYaBro: Someone must have tripped over the power cable and it just took a bit to reboot the server. :D
Looks like they are coming back online now.

yep.. would think their network would be somewhat more resilient than to fall like that so easily though..




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  Reply # 650111 3-Jul-2012 15:56
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Yes we did have a quick outage and here is the reason why

' Unexpected issues encountered and resolved while activating additional international capacity '

Sorry about the outage and issue resolved in approx 10 minutes

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  Reply # 650136 3-Jul-2012 17:14
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johnr: Yes we did have a quick outage and here is the reason why

' Unexpected issues encountered and resolved while activating additional international capacity '

Sorry about the outage and issue resolved in approx 10 minutes

John



aha!! so....





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  Reply # 650140 3-Jul-2012 17:19
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nakedmolerat:
johnr: Yes we did have a quick outage and here is the reason why

' Unexpected issues encountered and resolved while activating additional international capacity '

Sorry about the outage and issue resolved in approx 10 minutes

John



aha!! so....


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If this is re your comments about Vodafone not been able to purchase further int capacity in other threads on Geekzone not related this is just BAU capacity planning,

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  Reply # 650143 3-Jul-2012 17:21

So, this really isn't a major outage...

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  Reply # 650145 3-Jul-2012 17:24
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SteveON: So, this really isn't a major outage...


Well work did not go quite as planned and we did have an outage quickly

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  Reply # 650309 3-Jul-2012 22:23
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johnr:
nakedmolerat:
johnr: Yes we did have a quick outage and here is the reason why

' Unexpected issues encountered and resolved while activating additional international capacity '

Sorry about the outage and issue resolved in approx 10 minutes

John



aha!! so....


????

If this is re your comments about Vodafone not been able to purchase further int capacity in other threads on Geekzone not related this is just BAU capacity planning,

John


haha, i am hoping i was right. oh well, i gave up. Tongue Out





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