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    "Website Offline, No Cached Version Available"

    I've received this a few times today...

    Capture11.PNG

    ...whilst loading various threads, a refresh or two and it loads correctly. Rather intermittant, never seen it prior to today. Just an FYI in case it's a potential larger issue.
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    Yeh the data center we use had one if its backbone fibres cut by a digger...
    Out of interest do you see the top yellow box with info?

    Note:
    We are experiencing some network issues at the data centre we use. They have had a backbone fibre failure.

    Further update: It appears one of the backbone fibres has been cut through by a digger. They expect to have it repaired later tonight.
    We will update the EduGeek Twitter with more information as it arrives.

    If you have connection issues please try refreshing.

    ZeroHour

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    Good to know - every time I try to go to a page it takes a while to load the page, presume this is the same thing ref having the fibre chopped by said digger and its a work in progress

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    Just to confirm, you do both see the yellow box with the information underneath the main menu bar?

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    yes i can see if ZH

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    The fibre has been repaired so we should be pretty much back to normal now. Please post if you get that error again.

    Cheers

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