15 networks restored in Iran

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15 networks were restored in Iran starting at 10:28 UTC on July 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 connections: Shabdiz Telecom Network JSC (AS50530) to Gostaresh Ertebatat Mabna (AS51074), TIC (formerly DCI) (AS12880) to Omantel (AS8529).

91 networks restored in Colombia

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91 networks were restored in Colombia starting at 08:23 UTC on July 24. This represents 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: Telmex Colombia S.A. (AS10620) to Telmex Colombia S.A. (AS14080).

51 networks restored in Philippines

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51 networks were restored in Philippines starting at 03:56 UTC on July 24. This represents 2% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through the connection: Eastern Telecoms Phils. (AS9658) to AT&T (AS7018).

20 networks restored in Russia

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20 networks were restored in Russia starting at 23:30 UTC on July 23. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: Rostelecom (AS12389).

20 networks out in Indonesia

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20 networks experienced an outage in Indonesia starting at 22:56 UTC on July 23. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: Mora Telematika (AS23947).

70 networks out in Russia

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70 networks experienced an outage in Russia starting at 19:43 UTC on July 23. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

97% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: MTS OJSC (AS8359).

148 networks out in Armenia

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148 networks experienced an outage in Armenia starting at 15:11 UTC on July 23. This represents 33% of the routed networks in the country.

92% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: Level 3 (AS3356).

29 networks out in Zimbabwe

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29 networks experienced an outage in Zimbabwe starting at 14:09 UTC on July 23. This represents 15% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: Liquid Telecom (AS30844).

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Renesys is the world's leading Internet Intelligence Authority. Founded in 2000, Renesys operates a real-time global sensor grid that continuously monitors, collects, analyzes all Internet routing changes and correlates them with other infrastructure data and pertinent information. While we generally take Internet connectivity for granted, it is currently impaired right now in many places around the world. The Renesys Internet Events Bulletin can be used to track interesting connectivity failures and to understand the current state of the Internet. We hope that this sampling of Internet events is informative to our customers and visitors.

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