HOR-DC – *at risk*

Our network monitoring has alerted us to multiple circuit failures within our Horsham facility. Initial diagnostics seem to show fibre breaks and we suspect this may be the result of civil contractors. Traffic is flowing across redundant paths in to the building with no loss of primary peering or transit, but should be considered “at risk” due to operating on redundant links.

Ethernet services that terminate in to our Horsham facility will have automatically failed over to backup if purchased.

Faults have been logged with Openreach and we will keep updating this page as we know more.

UPDATE 01 – 12:01

We have seen all our “primary” fibre links recover and service has been restored, however no official update has been provided. We are still awaiting recovery of the other affected fibre links.

UPDATE 02 – 12:10

Openreach engineering teams are on route to our facility.

UPDATE 03 – 14:50

Openreach are on site

UPDATE 04 – 15:00 *FINAL*

All fiber links have been restored. Contractors working on the Openreach network had trapped one of our fibre tubes running that route and caused bends on the groups of affected fibre to the point light was unable to pass.

Tubing and fibres have been re run in the AG Node by Openreach and service has been restored.

Broadband – Maintenance (26/11/2021 – 22:00)

We will be upgrading firmware across some of our LNS gateways tonight to correct a RADIUS issue on the broadband platform.

The work will require a reboot of affected LNS once the upgrade is complete. This will take around 30 seconds per LNS. Connected circuits will see a PPP restart while this takes place and may connect back to another gateway.

UPDATE 01 – 22:05

This work is complete.

Broadband – 11:55 – 13/10/2021

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.

Voice Calls – 13/09/2021 – 15:45

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.

Broadband – Emergency Maintenance (31/08/2021 – 22:00)

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)

Upper Holloway

Stratford On Avon

Great Yarmouth Town

Norwich City


Leicester Central

Nottingham Longbow



Cupar Crossgates












Golders Green

Hayes North











Frome Keyford






Merthyr Tydfil






Reading South


Maida Vale


St Peters


Ross On Wye

South Kensington







St Austell



Planned Maintenance – Horsham DC – 30/07/2021 – 12:00 – 13:00

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.

Broadband Planned Maintenance – 26/07/2021 – 29/07/2021 (23:00 – 06:00)

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.

Emergency Works – Broadband – 12/05/2021 – 22:00

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.


The gateway is now back in operation.