In a follow-up to yesterday’s post (3 Internet is the worst broadband provider in UK), today some sites have started working – but now google.com is inaccessible too.
(incidentally … these sites can be pinged – just no web. Which makes me suspect it’s some fool at 3 who’s misconfigured their traffic throttling/caching – and didn’t test their changes)
And, making life hellish, StackOverflow is completely inaccessible.
We’re now at 25-30 hours of practically no internet … And, since 3 decided to remove their internet status pages (my3.three.com) earlier this year, there’s no way of finding out WTF is going on.
Welcome to the 1990’s!
1 reply on “3 Internet: now Google.com has gone too”
I have had freakish, hair-pulling problems with web connectivity in the past, where one website works but one doesn’t, and the ISP says everything is OK. Adjusting my MTU downward fixed it. MTU is supposed to be autodetected in Windows but sometimes it doesn’t work right.