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103 networks restored in Iran

103 networks were restored in Iran starting at 08:37 UTC on April 16. This represents 3% of the routed networks in the country.

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

321 networks restored in Iran

321 networks were restored in Iran starting at 20:55 UTC on April 15. This represents 10% of the routed networks in the country.

94% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

70 networks momentarily restored in Iran

70 networks experienced a momentary restoration in Iran starting at 15:00 UTC on April 15. This represents 2% of the routed networks in the country.

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

116 networks restored in Iran

116 networks were restored in Iran starting at 07:49 UTC on April 15. This represents 3% of the routed networks in the country.

100% 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 06:52 UTC on April 14. 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).

69 networks restored in Iran

69 networks were restored in Iran starting at 14:21 UTC on April 07. 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).

42 networks restored in Iran

42 networks were restored in Iran starting at 08:42 UTC on April 07. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connections: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880) to Telecom Italia Sparkle (AS6762), TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880) to Omantel (AS8529).

39 networks restored in Iran

39 networks were restored in Iran starting at 06:50 UTC on April 07. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connections: TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880) to TeliaSonera International Carrier (AS1299), TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880) to Omantel (AS8529).

43 networks momentarily out in Iran

43 networks experienced a momentary outage in Iran starting at 23:20 UTC on April 06. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

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

40 networks restored in Iran

40 networks were restored in Iran starting at 21:12 UTC on April 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) (AS12880) to Telecom Italia Sparkle (AS6762).

135 networks restored in Iran

135 networks were restored in Iran starting at 09:10 UTC on April 05. This represents 4% of the routed networks in the country.

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

32 networks restored in Iran

32 networks were restored in Iran starting at 08:00 UTC on April 05. 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: Aria Shatel Company Ltd (AS31549) to TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880).

6 networks restored in Iran

6 networks were restored in Iran starting at 22:15 UTC on March 31. 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), Delta Telecom (AS29049).

29 networks restored in Iran

29 networks were restored in Iran starting at 05:50 UTC on March 27. 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: Iranian IT Co. (AS48555) to Research Center of Theoretical Physics & Mathematics (IPM) (AS6736).

57 networks restored in Iran

57 networks were restored in Iran starting at 13:00 UTC on March 25. This represents 2% 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).

43 networks out in Iran

43 networks experienced an outage in Iran starting at 04:59 UTC on March 25. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

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

693 networks restored in Iran

693 networks were restored in Iran starting at 12:45 UTC on March 23. This represents 21% of the routed networks in the country.

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

14 networks restored in Iran

14 networks were restored in Iran starting at 22:10 UTC on March 20. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connections: Omantel (AS8529) to Turk Telekom (AS9121), Omantel (AS8529) to BHARTI Airtel Ltd. (AS9498).

19 networks restored in Iran

19 networks were restored in Iran starting at 21:29 UTC on March 20. 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 BHARTI Airtel Ltd. (AS9498).

80 networks momentarily restored in Iran

80 networks experienced a momentary restoration in Iran starting at 05:48 UTC on March 19. This represents 2% of the routed networks in the country.

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

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