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Thread: Where Did 67.223.224.0/19 Go?

  1. #11
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    My 3 IPs keeps down because of this "incident".
    I opened yesterday a ticket (more than 30 hours ago) and they keep "researching" without notice or message from support staff.
    This will be the last time I'm with VPSLink and of course I'll tell it to all my friends.

  2. #12
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    I am not sure if my vps is also affected together with the other IPs here. I have done a STOP, and then START, with no results at all. Running 5 hours from now with no resolution. Created a ticket and updated it more than twice already.

    I am not sure if the new panel is working or not.
    Last edited by Sitsiritsit; 08-02-2010 at 07:55 PM.

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    I'm in the same boat with one out of the three servers I have with VPSLink. Down at least four hours. Pissed, in both the American sense of the word, and because it's the evening here, in the English sense. Nice buzzkill, guys.

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    and keeps down... 2 days and counting.

  5. #15
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    ouch. 2 days ? I've been on the thread more or less 18 hours already and I am still hoping 67.223.***.*** will all be back within the day.

    I have updated my ticket more than 6 times already and no updates yet.

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    yeah, My VPS is already running, two incidents at same time, one script fulfilled my filesystem and the IP incident. But what the heck, more than 2 days for making an df -h? So sad

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    I am now getting complaints from clients about their websites being down frequently, and this is not a tenable situation for me. Is this ever going to be fixed, or is it just the new normal at VPSLink?

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    I think this is the new normal. I've already migrated all my sites away from this place, the account is still active while I make sure everything is working as it should with my new servers.

    Quote Originally Posted by almatech View Post
    I am now getting complaints from clients about their websites being down frequently, and this is not a tenable situation for me. Is this ever going to be fixed, or is it just the new normal at VPSLink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siberiano View Post
    It keeps down
    1 192.168.100.1 (192.168.100.1) 0.715 ms 0.645 ms 0.609 ms
    2 ..... 0.976 ms 0.940 ms 0.905 ms
    3 ..... 6.454 ms 6.446 ms 6.418 ms
    4 ..... 1.807 ms 1.781 ms 1.751 ms
    5 ..... 0.634 ms 0.603 ms 0.606 ms
    6 ..... 0.787 ms 0.775 ms 0.854 ms
    7 ..... 0.993 ms 0.953 ms 0.932 ms
    8 ..... 1.929 ms 1.878 ms 1.950 ms
    9 ..... 1.976 ms 1.880 ms 2.033 ms
    10 ..... 2.353 ms 2.496 ms 2.409 ms

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    @lencoo12 - is your VPS experiencing an issue? Its difficult to tell what you mean by your post.

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