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40 networks restored in Iran

40 networks were restored in Iran starting at 07:47 UTC on February 24. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: Pardaz Gostar Ertebatat Berelian Limited Liability Company (AS47796) to Moztec Inc (AS35015).

147 networks restored in Iran

147 networks were restored in Iran starting at 15:24 UTC on February 23. This represents 3% of the routed networks in the country.

91% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

60 networks restored in Iran

60 networks were restored in Iran starting at 23:53 UTC on February 22. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: Rayaneh Gostar Farzanegan Ahwaz Company LTD. (AS58256).

59 networks restored in Iran

59 networks were restored in Iran starting at 23:49 UTC on February 21. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: Rayaneh Gostar Farzanegan Ahwaz Company LTD. (AS58256).

89 networks restored in Iran

89 networks were restored in Iran starting at 13:15 UTC on February 20. This represents 2% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

202 networks restored in Iran

202 networks were restored in Iran starting at 11:16 UTC on February 20. This represents 4% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: Vodafone (AS1273), TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

49 networks restored in Iran

49 networks were restored in Iran starting at 06:51 UTC on February 19. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880) to TeliaSonera International Carrier (AS1299).

12 networks restored in Iran

12 networks were restored in Iran starting at 03:51 UTC on February 18. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880) to TIC (formerly DCI) (AS48159).

58 networks out in Iran

58 networks experienced an outage in Iran starting at 21:51 UTC on February 14. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: Rightel Communication Service Company PJS (AS57218) to TIC (formerly DCI) (AS48159).

15 networks restored in Iran

15 networks were restored in Iran starting at 12:47 UTC on February 11. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: AsiaTech Inc. (AS43754) to TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

76 networks restored in Iran

76 networks were restored in Iran starting at 04:40 UTC on February 11. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: TeliaSonera International Carrier (AS1299).

55 networks restored in Iran

55 networks were restored in Iran starting at 18:58 UTC on February 10. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

73% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: Afranet (AS25184) to TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

109 networks restored in Iran

109 networks were restored in Iran starting at 13:37 UTC on February 09. This represents 2% of the routed networks in the country.

74% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

17 networks restored in Iran

17 networks were restored in Iran starting at 00:04 UTC on February 09. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

Aria Shatel Company Ltd (AS31549) was the most affected organization (AS).

14 networks restored in Iran

14 networks were restored in Iran starting at 21:42 UTC on February 08. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

106 networks restored in Iran

106 networks were restored in Iran starting at 22:52 UTC on February 05. This represents 2% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: TeliaSonera International Carrier (AS1299).

54 networks out in Iran

54 networks experienced an outage in Iran starting at 06:27 UTC on February 05. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS48159) to TeliaSonera International Carrier (AS1299).

15 networks restored in Iran

15 networks were restored in Iran starting at 20:09 UTC on February 04. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880) to TIC (formerly DCI) (AS48159).

25 networks restored in Iran

25 networks were restored in Iran starting at 11:27 UTC on February 04. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880) to Telecom Italia Sparkle (AS6762).

77 networks restored in Iran

77 networks were restored in Iran starting at 17:42 UTC on February 02. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: Aria Shatel Company Ltd (AS31549) to TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

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