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Stickied Incidents

Saturday 17th, October 2020

JP: Tokyo Backbone link between Tokyo and Singapore datacenters down

At this moment we are experiencing problems with: Backbone link between our Tokyo and Singapore datacenters

The cause of the incident is currently: Unknown.

We have taken the following actions to resolve the incident: We are currently monitoring the situation and have reached out to our vendor for investigation.

Estimated time of repair: Unknown

Impact: Due to the current ongoing incident on our backbone link between our Tokyo and Singapore datacenters, users between these and surrounding regions may experience increased latency, although very minimal.

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  • First incident on this backbone link: the repair works have been further pushed back to 5-14 February, pending permits and approval from Japanese authorities.

    Second incident: no update on the repair works.

  • No update on the ETR for the initial incident.

    On January 1, 09:17 a second incident occurred on this submarine cable. The cable fault is located around Singapore and the initial ETR is 'at least 4-5 weeks'. This means that both cable faults need to be repaired before our backbone link between Tokyo and Singapore is restored. The impact of this remains the same, slightly increased latency between our Singapore and Tokyo datacenters.

  • The repair works has been further re-scheduled to January 14-23, 2021.

  • Our vendor has informed us that the tentative repair window is rescheduled to 15 – 20 Jan. 2021, subject to COVID-19 situation and permits approval from Japanese authorities.

  • Our vendor will start work on repairing this submarine cable. The repair window is from December 9 until December 18, subject to COVID-19 situation and permits approval from the Japanese authorities.

  • Our vendor has indicated that this repair is expected to take at least 3-4 weeks depending on the availability of a ship that is able to fix the submarine cable, permits/approvals from maritime authorities, COVID-19 restrictions and sea/weather conditions.

    The impact of this incident is limited to possible increased latency when connecting between our Tokyo and Singapore datacenters, although this increase is very minimal.

  • Our vendor reported that as per analysis of test results, the cause is likely located undersea near Toyohashi, Japan. This will require intervention of an repair vessel to perform the subsea operations/rectification works.

  • Engineers are send to the site. Joint investigations are ongoing as the cause is still unknown. No ETR is available at this point.

  • Our vendor has replied that they suspect a fault. No ETR is currently given.

  • Maintenance
    Completed - São Paulo Core Router Replacement - January 19, 2021

    Start of maintenance: January 19, 2021, 08:00 UTC

    End of maintenance: January 19, 2021, 14:00 UTC

    Reason for maintenance: i3D.net will be performing planned network maintenance in our São Paulo datacenter to replace the core router for the São Paulo site. This maintenance is necessary to facilitate further growth of the São Paulo datacenter.

    Expected downtime/impact: The new core routers will be physically installed, preconfigured, and verified before the maintenance. During the maintenance window, we expect a downtime of up to 3 hours when we switch over from the existing core routers to the new core routers. During the maintenance, your services remain at-risk.

    Support: During this maintenance, our support department will be available to assist you with any questions you may have. More details about how you can contact our support can be found here.

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    Update: This maintenance is still underway, but we do not expect any further impact. We will update this message again once our teams are hands off.

    Update 2: Our network team is now hands off meaning that this maintenance has been completed.

    Past Incidents

    Wednesday 20th, January 2021

    No incidents reported

    Tuesday 19th, January 2021

    No incidents reported

    Monday 18th, January 2021

    US: Los Angeles Backbone link between our Los Angeles and Santa Clara datacenters down

    At this moment we are experiencing problems with: Backbone link between our Los Angeles and Santa Clara datacenters down.

    The cause of the incident is currently: Unknown

    We have taken the following actions to resolve the incident: We are currently monitoring the situation and are in touch with our vendor regarding status updates.

    Estimated time of repair: No ETR available at this time.

    Impact: Due to the current incident on our backbone link between our Los Angeles and Santa Clara datacenters, users between these and surrounding regions may experience increased latency.

    Support: Our support department is available for more information and personal updates. New updates will be posted here. More details about how you can contact our support can be found here.

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  • The issue has been resolved.

  • Sunday 17th, January 2021

    NL: Heerlen Backbone link between our Heerlen and Frankfurt datacenters down.

    At this moment we are experiencing problems with: Backbone link between our Heerlen and Frankfurt datacenters down.

    The cause of the incident is currently: Unknown

    We have taken the following actions to resolve the incident: We are currently monitoring the situation and are in touch with our vendor regarding status updates.

    Estimated time of repair: No ETR available at this time.

    Impact: Due to the current incident on our backbone link between Heerlen and Frankfurt, users between these and surrounding regions may experience increased latency.

    Support: Our support department is available for more information and personal updates. New updates will be posted here. More details about how you can contact our support can be found here.

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  • We see that the link is back online again.

  • Saturday 16th, January 2021

    ONE Deployment Platform ONE back-end issues

    At this moment we are experiencing problems with: Our ONE deployment platform

    The cause of the incident is currently: Under investigation

    We have taken the following actions to resolve the incident: Under investigation

    Estimated time of repair: Unknown

    Impact: The full impact is currently not yet known. This incident will be updated as soon as it is.

    Support: Our support department is available for more information and personal updates. New updates will be posted here. More details about how you can contact our support can be found here.

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  • After further investigation, we found this to not be a ONE incident but an external incident.

  • Friday 15th, January 2021

    RU: Moscow Backbone link between Moscow and Copenhagen Datacenters down

    At this moment we are experiencing problems with: Backbone link between our Moscow and Copenhagen datacenters down.

    The cause of the incident is currently: Unknown

    We have taken the following actions to resolve the incident: We are currently monitoring the situation and are in touch with our vendor regarding status updates.

    Estimated time of repair: No ETR available at this time.

    Impact: Due to the current incident on our backbone link between Moscow and Copenhagen down, users between these and surrounding regions may experience increased latency.

    Support: Our support department is available for more information and personal updates. New updates will be posted here. More details about how you can contact our support can be found here.

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  • The link has been fixed Friday the 15th of January around 14:00 UTC

  • Thursday 14th, January 2021

    PL: Warsaw Backbone link between Warsaw and Moscow Datacenters down

    At this moment we are experiencing problems with: Backbone link between our Warsaw and Moscow datacenters down.

    The cause of the incident is currently: Unknown

    We have taken the following actions to resolve the incident: We are currently monitoring the situation and are in touch with our vendor regarding status updates.

    Estimated time of repair: No ETR available at this time.

    Impact: Due to the current incident on our backbone link between Warsaw and Moscow down, users between these and surrounding regions may experience increased latency.

    Support: Our support department is available for more information and personal updates. New updates will be posted here. More details about how you can contact our support can be found here.

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  • Recovery works completed, no more interruptions expected.

  • ETR is changed to 17:00 UTC.

  • Our vendor is expecting the ETR to be 14:00 UTC

  • Backbone link between Copenhagen and Moscow datacenters down

    At this moment we are experiencing problems with: Backbone link between our Copenhagen and Moscow datacenters down.

    The cause of the incident is currently: Unknown

    We have taken the following actions to resolve the incident: We are currently monitoring the situation and are in touch with our vendor regarding status updates.

    Estimated time of repair: No ETR available at this time.

    Impact: Due to the current incident on our backbone link between Copenhagen and Moscow, users between these and surrounding regions may experience increased latency.

    Support: Our support department is available for more information and personal updates. New updates will be posted here. More details about how you can contact our support can be found here.

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  • Our vendor reports that the fiber cut is fixed and no more interruptions are to be expected.

  • Our vendor reports that the fiber cut is localized. The ETR is unknown yet.

  • US: Santa Clara Backbone link between our Chicago and Santa Clara datacenters down

    At this moment we are experiencing problems with: Backbone link between our Chicago and Santa Clara datacenters down.

    The cause of the incident is currently: Unknown

    We have taken the following actions to resolve the incident: We are currently monitoring the situation and are in touch with our vendor regarding status updates.

    Estimated time of repair: No ETR available at this time.

    Impact: Due to the current incident on our backbone link between our Chicago and Santa Clara datacenters, users between these and surrounding regions may experience increased latency.

    Support: Our support department is available for more information and personal updates. New updates will be posted here. More details about how you can contact our support can be found here.

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  • This outage is due to a maintenance by our vendor.