A nationwide power outage in #SriLanka is causing disruptions to #Internet connectivity across the country. Cloudflare Radar data shows shows traffic has dropped ~50% as a result, starting around 11:15 UTC. radar.cloudflare.com/traffic/lk www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2023-12-09/nationwide-power-outage-in-sri-lanka-due-to-a-system-failure-government-official

Internet disruptions hit southern #Ukraine due to a winter storm causing power outages. Cloudflare data reveals traffic drops after Sunday, 23:00 UTC, in Donetsk, Kherson Oblast, and Luhansk. Crimea, Sevastopol City, and Mikolaiv also impacted, but less severely and recovering.

After suffering two significant disruptions to #Internet connectivity during the morning and early evening of November 9, YemenNet (AS30873) began experiencing a complete outage starting just after 00:00 UTC on November 10. Cloudflare Radar data shows that the issue has impacted connectivity at a national level as well. The cause of the outage is not yet known. radar.cloudflare.com/ye radar.cloudflare.com/as30873

#Internet traffic in Gaza was restored today after 07:30 UTC, as seen on Paltel (AS12975). The near-complete outage lasted more than 15 hours. There are still several disrupted networks in the Gaza Strip, and traffic is clearly lower than pre-war levels.

For the third time in the last ten days, #Gaza is experiencing an #Internet disruption. This outage began at 1615 UTC (1815 local time) on November 5. In a Facebook post, Paltel stated "We regret to announce a complete disruption of all communication and internet services with the Gaza Strip, due to the previously reconnected major routes being exposed to the Israeli side." www.facebook.com/paltel.970/posts/pfbid0t6ZFF8dhG1ToPXU4g8zbbJxjYWVV7BMsfH8aNVrokMXfCtGV4iP7H6wAJoJZz4bal

Seems the @cloudflare Post Mortem is an example of the same old thing of not fully testing your DR plans. Also I can agree that it is really awful to hear how their Datacenter failed to inform them of issues until after the fact…

I mean even sends out maintenance notices and alerts. Kinda crazy, my day job is a heavy consumer of Equinex datacenters and they are very strict with notifications and alerts. So I do hope their Datacenter provider learns a lesson about how important it is to keep your customers informed.


A second multi-hour #Internet disruption occurred in #Gaza this morning. Beginning around 0100 UTC on November 1, the outage lasted 8+ hours. PalTel reported that it was "due to international routes that were previously reconnected being cut off again."

I have been a user of Google Domains since the very beginning. I genuinely liked it. After they announced that they were killing it, I tried moving everything to @cloudflare but they don't support all of the domains that I have. I also tried to move them all to the same host that I'm using for an upcoming website but that one supports all of them except for jws.dev.

Close enough?