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  1. #1
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    limestonenetworks issues ?

    My Michigan based monitor shows it as down & I can't access them from India.

    I can access my servers but very slowly. Anyone else having these issues ?

  2. #2
    Others are reporting issues. Doesn't thenynoc use limestone for some VPS stuff? If so, that could explain my outage.

  3. #3
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    yes, thenynoc use limestone

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    Quote Originally Posted by spdfox View Post
    yes, thenynoc use limestone
    Ahh, ok, so I'm in the same boat with you guys then. So far, 1 hour and 45 minutes of downtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UH-Bobby View Post
    Ahh, ok, so I'm in the same boat with you guys then. So far, 1 hour and 45 minutes of downtime.
    It was more like 5 minutes ?

    I have 3 servers with them & all on different ip ranges. All of them didnt have more than 5 min of downtime & 10 minutes of slow speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ishan View Post
    It was more like 5 minutes ?

    I have 3 servers with them & all on different ip ranges. All of them didnt have more than 5 min of downtime & 10 minutes of slow speeds.
    Well, for me, this started a while back. I'm with Nynoc, which uses limestone, so I've been having this for quite a bit.

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    It was a DDOS attack -

    Our network was experiencing a ddos just a few minuets ago, are you still experiencing issues?

    Thanks,
    John
    If anyone is still having issues, I would suggest opening a ticket, as it is not network related

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    Beginning at 11:20AM our monitors alerted us of a large, multi-gig UDP flood directed towards several hosts in our network. The attack was large enough that it saturated a portion of the inbound capacity and caused intermittent network performance issues temporarily affecting about 25-50% of our traffic. At 11:32am our network engineers fully mitigated the attack and no further disturbances have been observed. If your server is offline at this time, it is not related to the attack and we ask that you contact our support department for immediate resolution.

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