Current event log

2024-02-25
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Four submarine cables have been damaged in the Red Sea, causing disruption of some Internet communications between Europe and Asia.
Most of the traffic has been rerouted to other cables, or via USA, which results in that some traffic from Europe to Asia shows higher latency and lower bandwidth than normal.
Some VPN-providers are affected, making it temporarily hard to for instance stream TV from servers in Europe via some providers.

2024-02-26 Update – https://en.globes.co.il/en/article-houthis-hit-underwater-communications-cables-1001472165

2024-03-02 Update – It has been confirmed that the cable AAE-1 was cut, which is a main cable connecting Europe with Thailand.
Sanuk Systems have rerouted some of our traffic from Europe, as a repair to the cable could according to the owners take up to 8 weeks.
IPTVOlder IPTV-boxes sometimes show pixels and disturbances when there are lots of movements in the picture, or have no audio on some programs. This is because many TV-channels are now upgrading to HD (High Definition) quality, which older TV-boxes are not designed for.
To watch HD with full quality, it is required to upgrade the TV-box to a newer model.
The model number is marked on the sticker at the bottom of the TV-box; Older boxes are marked with ‘MAG2xx’, and newer with ‘MAG3xx’ or ‘MAG5xx’.
IP TelephonyThe following Direct incoming numbers were closed in March 2023 due to low usage:
From Norway: 21 62 89 65
From Finland: (09) 231 13540
Please refer callers to +46855118770 or +6633010806.

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