This chart provides user-reported problems for Bigleaf Networks in the last 12 hours. It's a collection of user reports from different sources.
We continuously monitor the official Bigleaf Networks status page for updates on any ongoing outages. Check the stats for the latest 30 days and a list of the last Bigleaf Networks outages and possible affected you.
Minor Resolved · 6 months ago · lasted 23 minutes
We are currently experiencing issues with our notification system for circuit and site events. It appears that this is due to an incident within Amazon Web Services, where this system is hosted. Notifications for issues may be delayed or not received. Customer network traffic should not be affected, as all customer network traffic runs through our owned-and-operated Cloud Access Network. We will continue to investigate and provide an update this incident as it unfolds.
Minor Resolved · 7 months ago · lasted 1 minute
Today our redundant network experienced multiple events on Tunnel Endpoint Servers within our Dallas and Seattle Gateway Clusters. Customers who were connected through the affected servers automatically failed over to their secondary POP. Our engineering team was automatically alerted and immediately began working to determine the cause of these events and restore the affected servers. When these servers were brought back online, affected customer sites automatically reconnected back to their primary servers. While connected to their secondary POP, affected customers may have experienced an increase in latency and/or packet loss. Our Engineers are actively investigating the cause of these events and we will provide updates as soon as we have additional information.
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Minor Resolved · 7 months ago · lasted about 1 hour
Today our redundant network experienced multiple events on two Tunnel Endpoint Servers within our Los Angeles Gateway Cluster. Customers who were connected through the affected servers automatically failed over to their secondary POP. Our engineering team was automatically alerted and immediately began working to determine the cause of the events and restore the affected servers. When these servers are brought back online, affected customer sites will automatically reconnect back to their primary servers. For the duration of this incident, affected customers may experience an increase in latency. Our Engineers are still actively investigating the cause of these events and we will provide updates as soon as we have additional information.
Minor Resolved · 9 months ago · lasted less than a minute
Today, our redundant network experienced an isolated server failure within our San Jose (SJC) POP, from ~06:21 - 06:29 GMT. Customers connected through the affected server were automatically transitioned to their secondary POP, and reconnected back to their primary server once it was restored. Our engineering team was automatically alerted and began investigating the issue. As a precautionary measure, we are redistributing customers with primary tunnels on the affected server to other tunnel servers within the POP. During this event, customers with primary tunnels on the affected server may have experienced a slight increase in latency and/or packet loss during the failure, and may experience a similar impact again when their tunnel is migrated to a new primary server. Our engineering team is continuing to investigate root cause.
Minor Resolved · 10 months ago · lasted 6 days
Bigleaf Phone Support Service Interruption
Our phone service provider is currently experiencing issues with inbound calls -- During this time you may be unable to reach Bigleaf support by phone. We are currently awaiting an ETA on repair. If you require immediate assistance, please contact our Support team via email at: [email protected] and we will do our best to respond to your request as quickly as possible.
Minor Resolved · 12 months ago · lasted about 1 month
Limited Tunnel Connectivity Issue
We’re currently tracking a small percentage of customer sites experiencing a loss of connectivity with 1 or more circuits that are configured as backup-only. We've identified the root cause and are working on an automated resolution. Our support team can also typically apply a manual resolution, so if you’re currently experiencing any circuit downtime, or have any questions about any connectivity issues at your location, please contact Bigleaf Support at 888-244-3133, Opt. 1 or [email protected]
Minor Resolved · about 1 year ago · lasted 3 months
Web Dashboard unreachable
We are currently investigating an issue with the reachability of our web dashboard (app.bigleaf.net). It appears this is due to an incident in Amazon Web Services where that is hosted. This will also impact email alerts that come from the dashboard. We don't believe customer network traffic is affected, as all customer network traffic runs through our owned-and-operated Cloud Access Network and we don't see any issues with that platform currently. We will continue to investigate and provide an update within the next hour.
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