NBN Outage in Bunbury, State of Western Australia

The National Broadband Network (NBN) is an Australian national wholesale open-access data network project and offers landline phone and internet network.

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  • TheSportsFreak Daniel Leach 📻🎙🎧 (@TheSportsFreak) reported from Bunbury, State of Western Australia

    We could’ve future proofed Aus w/ original NBN. Might’ve cost a lot, but wouldn’t needed to be touched for long time. Instead, lots of bandaids & poor solutions… I know my parents & more still don’t have access to decent internet. Sounds “first world”, but we could’ve had better

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  • lukasm Luke Meehan (@lukasm) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    My home ADSL is getting so bad I’m honestly looking forward to changing to cable internet when the multi tech mess NBN makes it to my area next year

  • crudeoilpeak Crude Oil Peak (@crudeoilpeak) reported

    @abcnews @luciastein_ The latest problem forced on us is the power consumption of these black NBN boxes. And if you have a landline you also need to keep the power on for your router/modem even if you don't use the internet, It's all bad design

  • AnthS4ba S4BA (@AnthS4ba) reported from Sydney, State of New South Wales

    @NBN_Australia currently can’t connect to the internet for no ****** reason except that there are random ****** outages in Sydney. Internet will connect for few minutes and then off it goes again. Thanks @NBN_Australia you worthless piece of shit.

  • CannabisFairy69 DezR "The Quiet Trailblazer" #Cannabis-Fair-ee (@CannabisFairy69) reported

    Our dodgy NBN goes down a bit more than it probs should - but thankfully our ISP sends emails to advise us it’s not working!! ... 🤔 👉🏽 after we notice it’s down, I connect to a 3/4G service and retrieve the email telling us it’s not working ... 😳 😂🤪😂🤪 bwahahar!! #auspol

  • Steve_Pinel Steve, but who’s counting. (@Steve_Pinel) reported

    @kels_316 It was the fundamental flaw in the NBN. And it’s why we will continue to have shit internet for another 20-30 years.

  • Steve_Pinel Steve, but who’s counting. (@Steve_Pinel) reported

    @kels_316 Well, yes, which matters as far as the NBN plan goes. The current plan, which requires a profit, can only result in excessive prices & poor service. /1

  • craznar Christopher Burke (@craznar) reported

    @NickRossTech @LeithVanOnselen On ABB, my NBN HFC connection only suffers from reliability issues, never speed issues. Always running at >90Mbps down and > 30Mbps up. That is - when it is running, which can be not at all for weeks at a time.

  • craznar Christopher Burke (@craznar) reported

    @NickRossTech @LeithVanOnselen Whilst I agree the NBN is trash, there are couple of things to be wary of. 1. The path from customer to server changes with the NBN vs Telstra Cable. 2. The maximum speed test result on a 100/40Mbps NBN is 96/38.4 Mbytes/second due to packet overhead.

  • DarkArtsLock Dark Arts Lock Picking (@DarkArtsLock) reported

    @fondrenlock Sorry Jason. Our internet has slowed right down for some reason. It wants to take 2 hours to upload a 19 minute video. So that's why I couldn't stream tonight. It is faster to use my phone data then the NBN.

  • AnUncleanHippy A Dead Hippy (@AnUncleanHippy) reported

    @LunarDarkling All you need to know about the LNP, and why they are slowly killing this country, is to see why they killed the NBN. They do not care about Australia, they care about making money in their lifetime, saying "**** it, she'll be right", and dying.