We are currently seeing a large scale DDoS attack against our IP range.
This will lead to significant packet loss and access issues to our customers. Our NOC team are already at work to mitigate this. We will post a further update as soon as we have it
[Update 11/04/21 – 10:00am]
We believe the issue cleared shortly after 7pm yesterday. We are still monitoring this closely however we do not believe there is currently any ongoing customer impact
We have seen alerts that some circuits from Virgin Media have dropped. We believe this is a Virgin Media issue but are currently investigating.
We will update this status as soon as we know more and within the hour at the latest.
Virgin have confirmed an issue at one of their hub sites affecting some parts of Hertfordshire. Senior engineers and the Core Incident team are working on this at the moment.
We will have another update — if it’s not restored — within approx 30 minutes.
We are seeing the affected circuits back on line – at this point we don’t have an ‘all clear’ so they should be seen at risk – but we hope this is resolved
We have received the following update from Virgin Media
Please be advised that @ 16:22
Restoration Details:IOM Card 2 and MDA Card 1 remotely reseated on T0090 Luton Metnet 2a.
restoring all services.
This appears to have been a card failure at one of the Virgin Media Hub Sites – we apologise for the issues that occured here
There appears to have lost power and/or a switch failure in a single rack in our Huntingdon Data Centre. This dropped approx 2am this morning. This rack houses a small number of Merula and customer servers
We are aware and will investigate and resolve this asap. We are planning to be on site approx 7am and will resolve this issue then
We apologise for any issues this may cause and will update this as soon as we have more details
The issue appears to be related to the switch in the rack – after being offline for approx 90 minutes the switch came back up and connectivity was restored to most servers in the rack. However we are seeing issues with connectivity via a couple of servers in this rack. We have therefore taken the decision to manually reboot the switch to see if this restores service given that the servers themselves look OK and have not rebooted. This will unfortunately result in a loss of connectivity to all services in this rack for a couple of minutes. We will update this as we know more
The switch was rebooted – and the latest saved config has been re-applied. This we believe has restored service to the services we are aware of that had an issue. We are continuing to check for anything else with an issue and are investigating the cause of the switch outage further. We may have to schedule a swap out of the switch if we cannot locate an obvious issue here. However we believe that currently all services in Huntingdon should now be restored. Please do email support if you continue to see any issues
This affected switch appears to have failed again. We will now start swapping this out for a replacement switch. We will have an update within the next 45 minutes
The switch was replaced and we believe all services have recovered. We are checking for any remaining issues. If you are are seeing any issues please do raise them with email@example.com. We will update this further later in the day or if we locate any remaining issues
4th Feb: the supplier network resolved all oustabnding issues on this extended outage. Apologies again to anyone affected.
10.35AM UPDATE: this problem which affects a large number of FTTx lines is still being worked on by Openreach engineers. Latest estimate for the work to be completed is 18.30 tonight. We’ll continue to update here as and when we hear anymore news.
We are aware that one of our suppliers has a major service outage. The supplier engineers have no ETA to fix as yet. We will; update as we hear more. This will affect ADSL & FTTC lines. Our apologies for this outage.
||Next update / Cleared:
||03/02/2020 09:30 (estimated)
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||Service affecting outage – Loss of Service
||Our supplier engineers are working on the fault.
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One of our core switches in Harbour Exchange Square had a routing issue about 14:20 today – after our team checked the switch it was decided the fastest resolution was to perform a routing engine switchover. We would normally plan this out of hours – However as this was causing issues to customers the decision was taken to perform this immediately.
This affected all services directly connected or routed through this switch
The switch reboot has now completed and service should be restored to all locations and services.
If there is still an ongoing issue for any services please report them to support in the normal way
We apologise for the issues this may have caused
Our Network monitoring has detected a potential power issue at our co-location location in Manchester. Our routers and switches at this location are currently unreachable
We are working with our provider to resolve the cause of this issue an update a soon as we have one. Currently there is no service outage – However this is used as a backup / failover location and as such some services should be considered ‘at risk’ until the service is restored