Monthly Archives: August 2015

Planned Electrical work – Stoneleigh Park

By | 4:07 pm 27 August 2015

We have been advised that Western Power Distribution will be carrying out essential maintenance work at Stoneleigh Park. Our Point of Presence (POP) at Stoneleigh is protected against mains power loss with a backup UPS and Generator. Therefore we are not expecting a loss of service during the maintenance window shown below, however all service should… Read More »

Planned Network Maintenance – Westwood Business Park

By | 2:32 pm 20 August 2015

A WarwickNet engineer will be performing some low risk maintenance at our street cabinet at Westwood Business Park. This work is being undertaken so that we can provide SMPF connections. We don’t anticipate a loss of service whilst this work is taking place, however services at Westwood Business Park should be considered ‘At-Risk’ during the… Read More »

Binley Industrial Estate – Intermittent connectivity issues

By | 3:50 pm 10 August 2015

Some customers on the Binley Industrial Estate may be experiencing intermittent drops in connectivity.  This has been traced to a malfunctioning DSLAM in one of our street cabinets, which appears to be rebooting itself at random, causing customer connections to drop and then re-establish when the unit finishes powering back up.  An engineer has inspected… Read More »

Emergency Maintenance at HRI, Wellesbourne

By | 7:20 am 05 August 2015

This morning between 07:00-07:30 we are performing emergency maintenance at HRI to migrate 4 customers off old hardware.  No impact to service is expected, this is purely a preventative measure to reduce the chance of future outage. Any customer who does experience issues should contact WarwickNet support.

Download speeds affected by abnormal network activity

By | 10:11 am 03 August 2015

We are currently investigating abnormally high traffic through our peering and transit connections.  This is adversely affecting download speeds for some connected customers – upload speeds appear to be unaffected. At present this does not appear to be due to a Denial of Service attack and appears to be legitimate traffic from Akamai (a distributed… Read More »