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  Reply # 2080992 29-Aug-2018 18:35
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sbiddle:

 

Devoli have had an outage.

 

Spark Fibre don't actually own any infrastructure or have their own network - they just use Devoli.

 

 

 

 

Spark Fibre? :P

 

 

Spark, Stuff.. Same thing.  cool


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Their network can't be all down, I'm currently using an ISP who use them as upstream.

 

 

Honestly though still don't know why they renamed to Devoli ??

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2081005 29-Aug-2018 18:51
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yitz: Their network can't be all down, I'm currently using an ISP who use them as upstream. Honestly though still don't know why they renamed to Devoli ??

 

Their entire network suffered two entire outages. 2nd outage this afternoon was around 30 minutes.

 

 


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  Reply # 2081007 29-Aug-2018 19:05
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yitz: Their network can't be all down, I'm currently using an ISP who use them as upstream. Honestly though still don't know why they renamed to Devoli ??

 

Their entire network suffered two entire outages. 2nd outage this afternoon was around 30 minutes.

 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 2081088 29-Aug-2018 20:21
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hio77:

 

Seems to be affecting alot to be a software related card outage like Vocus had recently. but wouldn't surprise me if it was something like that..

 

 

 

No matter how diverse you make things, somewhere along the lines it goes through a single point. be that the end users computer, a heavily monitored router, bng or whatever.

 

It gets very expensive othewise...

 

 

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  Reply # 2081114 29-Aug-2018 21:32
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interesting, this morning at around 1:30-2:30am I had an outage; I turned off my whole network setup (including ONT) then turned it back on then suddenly it all started to work again - I'm located in Lower Hutt.





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matisyahu:

interesting, this morning at around 1:30-2:30am I had an outage; I turned off my whole network setup (including ONT) then turned it back on then suddenly it all started to work again - I'm located in Lower Hutt.



That one was a scheduled outage.

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matisyahu:

 

interesting, this morning at around 1:30-2:30am I had an outage; I turned off my whole network setup (including ONT) then turned it back on then suddenly it all started to work again - I'm located in Lower Hutt.

 



That one was a scheduled outage.

 

Scheduled outage was this morning at 1am for work - that post was referring to yesterday morning.

 

 


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