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Unplanned Outage: NYSERNet Connections Down

Last Updated:
2010-04-01 00:00:00
Event:
2010-03-31 00:00:00
Status:
Closed
Brief Description:
User Impact:
N/A
Workaround:
There is no workaround for this issue
Current Status:
N/A
Services Affected:
Full Description:
The following NYSERNet connections are currently unreachable at this time.\n\nphelps\ngeneva\nrochester\n



Timeline of Changes

Description Current Status Date Time
FLTG called stating they had restored the circuit to Geneva Research Station. FLTG will monitor throughout the night.\n \n This circuit can be moved back in the morning. Should any problems occur, FLTG asks we call them. \n FLTG called stating they had restored the circuit to Geneva Research Station. FLTG will monitor throughout the night.\n \n This circuit can be moved back in the morning. Should any problems occur, FLTG asks we call them. \n 2010-04-01 00:00:00
FLTG restored the circuit to Geneva Research Station. CIT Network Engineers have moved the circuit back to its primary path this morning. FLTG restored the circuit to Geneva Research Station. CIT Network Engineers have moved the circuit back to its primary path this morning. 2010-04-01 00:00:00
Fiber repairs completed and all Geneva and Rochester network services have been restored.\n\nFLTG repaired fiber in Covert, NY last night. CIT measured and tested the repaired fiber. The circuits on this network segment have been restored to normal this morning.\n\nRestored services:\n? data network services to Geneva Research Station, Geneva, NY\n? voice TDM service to Geneva Research Station, Geneva, NY\n? WAN connectivity to Internet2/NYSERNet back-up connectivity in Rochester, NY.\n Fiber repairs completed and all Geneva and Rochester network services have been restored.\n\nFLTG repaired fiber in Covert, NY last night. CIT measured and tested the repaired fiber. The circuits on this network segment have been restored to normal this morning.\n\nRestored services:\n? data network services to Geneva Research Station, Geneva, NY\n? voice TDM service to Geneva Research Station, Geneva, NY\n? WAN connectivity to Internet2/NYSERNet back-up connectivity in Rochester, NY.\n 2010-04-01 00:00:00
CIT Network Engineers have been notified and are working to restore network connectivity. CIT Network Engineers have been notified and are working to restore network connectivity. 2010-03-31 00:00:00
The following NYSERNet connections are currently unreachable at this time.\n\nphelps\ngeneva\nrochester\n The following NYSERNet connections are currently unreachable at this time.\n\nphelps\ngeneva\nrochester\n 2010-03-31 00:00:00
The 10 gigabit link from Ithaca to Phelps NY is down.\n\nFLTG is repairing fiber in Covert, NY due to a lightening strike. FLTG will be updating the status of the repair.\n\nService to Geneva Research Station has been restored using alternate paths via Syracuse and Rochester.\n The 10 gigabit link from Ithaca to Phelps NY is down.\n\nFLTG is repairing fiber in Covert, NY due to a lightening strike. FLTG will be updating the status of the repair.\n\nService to Geneva Research Station has been restored using alternate paths via Syracuse and Rochester.\n 2010-03-31 00:00:00
Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at 1:38 PM\nThe 10 gigabit link from Ithaca to Phelps NY is down. However, service to the Geneva Research Station has been restored using alternate paths via Syracuse and Rochester.\n\nFLTG is repairing fiber in Covert, NY due to a lightning strike. FLTG will be updating the status of the repair. CIT-NCS is providing support to FLTG for locating a fiber break.\n Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at 1:38 PM\nThe 10 gigabit link from Ithaca to Phelps NY is down. However, service to the Geneva Research Station has been restored using alternate paths via Syracuse and Rochester.\n\nFLTG is repairing fiber in Covert, NY due to a lightning strike. FLTG will be updating the status of the repair. CIT-NCS is providing support to FLTG for locating a fiber break.\n 2010-03-31 00:00:00
The 10 gigabit link from Ithaca to Phelps NY is down. However, service to the Geneva Research Station has been restored using alternate paths via Syracuse and Rochester. The 10 gigabit link from Ithaca to Phelps NY is down. However, service to the Geneva Research Station has been restored using alternate paths via Syracuse and Rochester. 2010-03-31 00:00:00