77 networks out in Syria

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77 networks experienced an outage in Syria starting at 10:26 UTC on November 29. This represents 92% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: Syrian Telecommunications Establishment (AS29386).

Summary statistics on the event are as follows:
date/time2012-Nov-29 10:26:30 UTC
primary geography Syria
primary organization Syrian Telecommunications Establishment (AS29386)
severity92% of the routed networks in the country

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We see *no* prefix (according to RIPE registry) at VIX.at originating from Syrian Telecommunications Establishment (AS29386). Quick analysis on our full BGP feed at Vienna. Rgds, MiKa

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