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Re: Transformer takes out datacenter (Reno, NV)?
Actually, most of the data center was working just fine. Advanced Telcom Group was up and running (probably on battery), and MCI/Worldcom stayed up as well. We have a T3 going through that building to Worldcom, and it stayed up all night. A couple of the smaller ISPs were off the air all night, though. Power was indeed off to the entire building, and ATGs generator was involved in the explosion, so kudos to ATG and Worldcom for having enough batteries to last the night. > After being informed that my website was unreachable from > a few people, I verified that I couldn't query the DNS > servers for it. I waited a few hours and they still didn't > respond. A call to my domain registrar (who runs the DNS) > was answered by an machine. A call to the home of the DNS > admin was answered. He said that apparently a transformer > had blown up in or near a datacenter near Reno and, basically, > that nothing was working. AFAICT, the datacenter itself had > no connectivity to the Internet at large and everything there > was inaccessible. He said he'd heard three different times > that things were supposed to be fixed: Midnight, 2am, and > 6am (GMT-8). > > Does anybody have any more (detailed) information on this? > > Thanks, > j. > > -- > Jeremy L. Gaddis <[email protected]> > > > > -- Bruce Robertson, President/CEO +1-775-348-7299 Great Basin Internet Services, Inc. fax: +1-775-348-9412 http://www.greatbasin.net