50 networks out in Argentina

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50 networks experienced an outage in Argentina starting at 09:32 UTC on September 08. This represents less than 1% of the routed networks in the country.

100% of the networks in this event reached the Internet through: Coop. de Luz y Fuerza Eléct. Industria y Otros Serv. Públicos,Vivienda y Crédito de Punta Alta Ltda (AS264830).

Summary statistics on the event are as follows:
date/time2019-Sep-08 09:32:30 UTC
primary geography Argentina
primary organization Coop. de Luz y Fuerza Eléct. Industria y Otros Serv. Públicos,Vivienda y Crédito de Punta Alta Ltda (AS264830)
severityless than 1% of the routed networks in the country

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