We are aware of a large drop on broadband services across the UK. We are currently investigating as a matter of urgency.
UPDATE01 – 12:05
Internal investigations have concluded the fault is not within our network and we are working with our wholesale providers.
UPDATE02 – 13:05
We are aware some users are seeing a BT Wholesale landing page / getting private WAN IPs. This is where connections are not routing to our network. We are continuing to work with our suppliers to find the root cause but we have see connections restore. Anyone without a connection, please reboot your router by removing power for 5 minutes.
UPDATE03 – 13:38
We have had an update from wholesale to advise the issue appears to be with their RADIUS PROXY servers that relay authentication credentials to our network. This would account for the BT Wholesale holding page as requests are not getting to us.
We have asked for an ETA. But would ask end users reboot there router to see if there connection restores.
UPDATE 04 – 14:30
We have been advised the fix has been applied and we are seeing a large number of circuits reconnect. We are awaiting for an RFO and will publish when this is made available. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Any users without connection are advised to power down there hardware for 20 minutes.
We are aware some outbound calls are failing and people are hearing a pre-recorded message advising of a service suspension. This message is not being generated from our network and has been traced further upstream to a 3rd party carrier. We are working with our carriers to identify the root cause and updates will be posted shortly.
UPDATE01 – 16:25
This has been resolved. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
We have been advised by one of our wholesale providers that they will be undertaking emergency maintiance on the following exchanges that may result in an outage of up to 30 minutes for DSL circuits.
If you have still have no service after the work, Please power down your hardware for 20 minutes and power back on.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Exchange areas affected (including ADSL2+, FTTC, SoGEA, FTTP, G.Fast)
Stratford On Avon
Great Yarmouth Town
Ross On Wye
We are observing high levels off optical light loss on one of our backhaul links between our Horsham and London Cores. We have a window scheduled with Openreach between 12:00 & 13:00 on the 20th to clean (and replace) if required optics and cables at the exchange.
No outages are expected as traffic will flow across redundant paths but the works require an “at risk” notification of facility redundancy levels due to the work being undertaken.
We have been informed by one of our wholesale providers that they will be undertaking capacity upgrades on there network that affect several interconnects we provide broadband services via. We expect our redundant links to take over when the works commence but services should be considered “at risk” and may see PPP reconnections / disconnections.
We apologise for any disruption this may cause.
We are observing odd behaviour on LNS04. The device is operational, however we are observing latency on some network operations. We have spoken to our vendor who has advised we apply a software patch. This will result in the device reloading. Circuits connected via this device will experience a PPP drop but will re-route to other gateways.
UPDATE01 – 13:15
We have taken this gateway out of service for new / reconnections connections. If you are having issues then power cycling your router will result in a connection to another non affected gateway.
UPDATE02 – FINAL
The gateway is now back in operation.
We have been made aware by our suppler that they will be making changes to our 10GB interconnects at Telehouse North and East at 02:00 on the 14/04/2021 to resolve the low level packet loss being seen on some broadband services and non critical traffic types. This work should not be service affecting however one of the access switches we are connected to may reload as a result due to an unrelated issue there side. Should this occur, services will fail over to redundant paths but users will experience a PPP reconnect.
An update will be posted tomorrow morning to confirm closure.
An engineer is on route to Telehouse to complete a reboot of our 2 London core devices. Works are due to start from 07:30am today. This will be done in succession pending a successful reboot of the first device and to allow services where possible to re-route across the network. Leased line circuits without backup will see disruption when the associated core reloads.
We do apologise for the short notice.
UPDATE01 – 07:35
This work is about to start
UPDATE02 – 08:30
This work is complete.
We are seeing a number of broadband circuit’s dropping PPP and some intermittent packet loss. We are currently investigating.
UPDATE01 – 15:00
We have raised a case with our wholesale suppler and have moved traffic from Telehouse North to Telehouse East to see if this improves things.
UPDATE02 – 16:00
PPP reconnections have reduced but we are still seeing packet loss spikes to a large number of connections.
UPDATE03 – 18:00
We are still working with our wholesale supplier to understand the root cause of the issue as we have eliminated our network.
UPDATE04 – 22:00
We have chased our wholesale supplier for an update. Traffic remains via Telehouse East. The packet loss we are seeing does not seem to be service affecting at this stage but of course it should not be there.
UPDATE05 – 12:00 (26/03/2021)
We have dispatched an engineer to swap out optics on our side of the link.
UPDATE06 – 13:00
We have escalated this within wholesale as the problem remains. We do apologise for the inconvenience this is causing. We are still pending an optics swap as well.
UPDATE07 – 16:30
We have had a response from our wholesale suppler to advise additional resources have been added to our case. We are also still pending an optic swap from Telehouse.
UPDATE – 17:00
We have provided example cases of circuits where we are not seeing the same issue. We also believe this is only affecting a specific type of traffic.
UPDATE09 – 17:30
We have reached out to our hardware vendor to see if there is additional diagnostic tools can be provided. We apologise for the continued delay in getting this resolved.
UPDATE10 – 20:15
Optics have been changed at Telehouse North. Unfortunately the Telehouse engineer was not given an update from ourselves prior to starting the work which sadly resulted in traffic being dropped. We are continuing to monitor the interface.
UPDATE11 – 20:35 (29/03/2021)
We have observed some stability restore to the network over the past 72 hours. However we are still concerned there may be an issue on both London core devices caused by a Memory Leak and are working towards a maintenance window to eliminate this. Further details will be posted of the maintenance and times / impact as new “events / post” So they are clearly seen.
We are aware of a peering issue within LINX that is affecting all sessions and traffic via LON1. Traffic has re-routed via alternative routes.