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  Reply # 1074021 25-Jun-2014 10:41
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You all should be sleeping at 1 am.

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  Reply # 1074028 25-Jun-2014 10:50
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Nice to be back!! Sounds like a long night for the engineers.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1074041 25-Jun-2014 11:04
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nakedmolerat: You all should be sleeping at 1 am.

;-)


Sleep is for the weak

(i have messed up sleep patterns save me)
Also I didn't notice a thing so weird oh well glad everyone else is able to connect again :^)





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  Reply # 1074115 25-Jun-2014 11:58
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thanks sounddude, I'll try again when I go home for lunch but I've PM'd you regarding what I believe is an issue for a business customer of yours

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Reply # 1074240 25-Jun-2014 13:21
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Why was there nothing on the 'Network Status' page about outage since it was a planned upgrade? ...which went wrong I assume?
Same thing happened on the last outage a week or so ago lasting between 12:50am-5am, no communication for something scheduled.

Unimpressed!

[EDITED] And no, an apology simply won't do this time. Make use of your network status page for planned outages guys!! :(

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  Reply # 1074244 25-Jun-2014 13:22
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^ It's a disease within the ISP industry, unfortunately.

Our home connection is back up and running now otherwise.

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