There seems to be a problem with Fibre in the Manawatu. Customers may experience slow network speeds or disconnections. Technicians are currently investigating.
** 1:31PM Update**
All fixed. Please let us know if you are still experiencing speed issues. Thanks!
Customers may have experienced an unexpected brief loss of connectivity around 5:20pm during installation of some core equipment. We believe all services should now be restored, but please call the helpdesk on 0800 484 363 if you are still experiencing problems that started since this time.
Some users in NZ may be having issues accessing some internet content. This relates to a known fault with a content delivery network.
Our supplier is investigating a confirmed cable cut at around 2:30pm today between Nelson and Blenheim which may affect Inspire customers in the area.
8:20pm update: Estimated time for the fibre restoration is around 2am (so sometime overnight)
7am: Service was restored at 22:36 last night.
"SCHEDULED NETWORK OUTAGE NOTIFICATION Full mitigation of the fault which caused yesterdays events will be made on Friday 29th March, 2019, which will require up to three, 45 minute outages between 2am and 6am during an emergency outage window. During this outage we will be performing patches on the hardware and virtual environment on the router to prevent future occurrences of this fault.”
A full incident report can be viewed on our news page via the link below: https://www.inspire.net.nz/assets/pdf/Inspire%20Net%20Incident%20Report%20190329.pdf
All maintenance is now finished
A fiber cut between Blenheim and Christchurch may mean customers in the area are presently unable to connect to the internet. Our network team is working on it now. Apologies for the inconvenience.
UFB customers in Blenheim and other areas of the South Island may have lost internet connectivity early this morning. The reason is presently unknown, but engineers are investigating the cause now.
8:36am: This looks very likely to be a fiber cut.
8:50am: Fibre fault restored - service back.
Update: Service has now been restored to the Horowhenua area after a fibre fault was patched around.
Update: Service provider's technician arriving at ~2030 with spare equipment. No ETR for fault yet.
Customers in Levin may have seen their internet drop out. This is due to a fault with supplier equipment. We are awaiting an update from our service provider.
A link to one of our upstream providers is proving unstable, and we're seeing intermittent loss of connectivity to some international sites. Engineers are working on the problem now.
We appear to have lost our Palmerston North to Wanganui link. Customers in the greater Wanganui area may find they have no internet access. We are working on a fix via our redundant link now.
10:53am : We have identified a fiber cut along State Highway 3 halfway between Bulls and Whanganui as the root cause of the problem and we have contacted the relevant providers. We hope to post an updated estimated time of resolution shortly.
12:14pm : We have an estimated resolution time of 6pm tonight.
2.27pm : Unfortunately the ETR has been withdrawn. Due to the state of the ground and fibre damage, we're now uncertain how long it will take to resolve. We will keep updating as we have updates and again apologise for the inconvenience but ensure we are doing everything we can to get this back up and running.
7:55pm : All Whanganui services are now restored. Both our primary and backup link to Whanganui are now up and running. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
There is currently a fibre outage in the Moutere to Mapua region. This is caused by part of the road being washed up and breaking the fibre. It’s a fairly major fault in terms of the number of people affected and the work involved in restoring it. The ETR is today, but is weather and safety permitting as they are forecasted for more bad weather.
Experiencing problems on the network?
Please give our helpdesk a call on 0800 484 363 to report your fault.
You can also keep up to date with our network status on our Facebook page.