iiNet Outage in Torquay, Surf Coast, State of Victoria

iiNet Limited is Australia's second-largest internet service provider. Their focus is primarily on ADSL-based Internet access. iiNet also provides optical-fibre, dial-up, and voice services.

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iiNet in Torquay, Surf Coast, State of Victoria problems in the last 24 hours

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet (74.06%)
  • Wi-fi (9.80%)
  • Total Blackout (9.51%)
  • E-mail (3.75%)
  • Phone (2.88%)

iiNet Outage Map Near Torquay, Surf Coast, State of Victoria

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Geelong and Torquay.

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iiNet Issues Reports

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  • rlwickes Rebecca Wickes (@rlwickes) reported

    @Eriksson_Monash @iiNet Ugh! Britt had terrible problems with them. Hope it gets sorted soon!

  • Eriksson_Monash A/Prof Anna Eriksson (@Eriksson_Monash) reported

    The next time I get an urgent work query, I will adopt an internet provider approach @iinet and others. Initial inability to solve the issue.’ Buy new modem. Still not working. Escalate. 48 hours wait for a ‘don’t know’. Escalate to next level. Wait 48 hours. Will let u know....

  • pandacoz Paul Cunningham (@pandacoz) reported

    @pwwingman @vogrady2132 @hitinman @Phil_B7 @MeckeringBoy @iiNet Yes the D6300 has worked well for us, and I believe is compatible with NBN HFC, but not with VOIP phone, plus @iiNet say they won't support a modem they haven't supplied. That hasn't mattered while on ADSL, but I'm nervous but being unsupported on the problematical NBN.

  • ArcB_Steeps ArcB_Steeps (@ArcB_Steeps) reported

    @seeker401 @Telstra switching to @iiNet as a result of this odd censorship and just general bad performance for a company that charges premium prices

  • meredithjune Meredith Jones (@meredithjune) reported

    @iiNet Yep they called and left a message. I appreciate that they are trying to help, but seven days without the internet (and no eta for when NBN will be connected) is really terribly poor form.

  • pandacoz Paul Cunningham (@pandacoz) reported

    @vogrady2132 @hitinman @Phil_B7 @MeckeringBoy @pwwingman @iiNet The Choice review of the modem/routers from the main ISPs has the BEST score for wifi performance at 45%, ranging down to 22%. They probably get job lots of redundant product from the manufacturers, who know they’ll be able to sell decent wireless routers to dissatisfied users.

  • pandacoz Paul Cunningham (@pandacoz) reported

    @vogrady2132 @hitinman @Phil_B7 @MeckeringBoy @pwwingman @iiNet At least we have HFC, but there’s little point in getting faster speed coming into the house if @Iinet give you a crap modem/router to distribute a degraded signal within the house. And paying 33% more for the privilege.They’re virtually forcing me to buy a wireless router.

  • vogrady2132 Vince O'Grady (@vogrady2132) reported

    @pandacoz @hitinman @Phil_B7 @MeckeringBoy @pwwingman @iiNet Isn't it awful Paul. Forced to have 1950's tech (copper) in the middle of 2019 tech.

  • pandacoz Paul Cunningham (@pandacoz) reported

    @hitinman @vogrady2132 @Phil_B7 @MeckeringBoy @pwwingman Thanks, we’re due to switch over on Saturday. Dreading it. Already we’ve gone backwards, as the TP-Link VR1600 modem/router @iiNet are forcing us to use (they refuse to support 3rd party hardware) has inferior wifi specs and performance to the Netgear D6300 we’ve been using.

  • urboycam Cam (@urboycam) reported

    @iiNet I received a text message saying that my drop out problem was fixed and it isn't fixed :)