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Standard User CecilWard
(learned) Thu 21-Mar-19 23:04:43
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AA outage, Thu morning (2019-03-21T11:21)


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See https://aastatus.net/28972

Has anyone else experienced this? All my four bonded DSL links were down in the sense that clueless.aa.net.uk showed loss of replies from CQM pIng-link PPP LCP echo requests. Outage for 23 mins.

I donít know exactly what happened at my end as I canít see anything useful in my routerís logs. Canít tell whether DSL itself went down, or PPP, or whether the problem was further upstream.

I have 3G failover set up in my Firebrick router so that it will switch to a 3G link if all the dsl links drop in the sense of the Firebrick seeing PPPoE going down on all lines simultaneously. I cannot see any traffic going over the 3G link during the outage. I was probably asleep at the time and there was no one else around, so it is just possible that there actually was no traffic to see. Otherwise it could be that failover didnít happen and it might be that the Firebrick didnít know there was a problem.
Standard User NJSS
(member) Fri 22-Mar-19 15:48:34
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Re: AA outage, Thu morning (2019-03-21T11:21)


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I was one of those who suffered from BT lines dropping out at 11:20.

Got the usual notification by SMS & email.

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