NBN Outage in Weston Creek, Australian Capital Territory

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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April 20: Problems at NBN

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet (66.86%)
  • Total Blackout (15.11%)
  • Wi-fi (7.89%)
  • E-mail (6.95%)
  • Phone (2.14%)
  • TV (1.05%)

NBN Outage Map Near Weston Creek, Australian Capital Territory

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Canberra and Queanbeyan.

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NBN Issues Reports Near Weston Creek, Australian Capital Territory

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Weston Creek, Australian Capital Territory and nearby locations:
  • Mirandaprorsus Allan Behm (@Mirandaprorsus) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @mjrowland68 @BreakfastNews Have endured weeks of very slow NBN speed, < 6 Mbps. The techo came, opened the Telstra pit to find 60 yr old copper encased in lead, and broken wires. So much for Tinkering Turnbull’s fibre to the node.

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Guarantee #NBN have the latency and packet loss data on its microwave links. They have it @AUSenator . It's basic Network management

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    HFC is a black hole - you can't model a national communications network off what a commerical entity has done overseas #nbn There objective is to keep it above water.

  • ClarkGreenaway Clark Greenaway🇦🇺 (@ClarkGreenaway) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @StevensAsh @DavidSo24895212 Yes Labor did say $41b to build their gold plated NBN. Of course they never built it so we don't know how much it really would have cost. The LNP version was cheaper yet has cost a lot more. I'm certain if Labor had built their version it would have been over $100B.

  • drdavebond David Bond (@drdavebond) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @RodericChambers I think they must have the #NBN here, the network is somewhat slow

  • DesignLindsay Christian Lindsay (@DesignLindsay) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @NBN_Australia I rely on the internet for my design business The lack of reliable service puts my income and ability to service customers at risk I'd appreciate a plan to fix the issue. One obvious step is to relocate to a closer pit

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @DonWestley1 @TheCalebBond @theMickMorris @SkyNewsAust @Foxtel Yep, you will probably find I have tweeted that video a few times already ;) It must be tricky to do a story for SkyNews on the #NBN without loosing you job by blaming the Libs - words were carefully chosen to make the entire NBN concept look bad...it's not, obviously.

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    How can #NBN claim its own last mile design doco for Fttx is CiC (CommercialInConfidence).Half of it has been leaked already & who else is going to build out a national network in Australia 🤔 Playing hard ball with FOI constantly, need a big stick. @NBN_Australia @OAICgov

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Hey @Kynes3 - your notification announcement time and customer service is better than @NBN_Australia - posted 48 mins ago

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @delpjm @sando88 @Snow_Crash @WirelessDuck @NickRossTech @NickITGuy @Kynes3 @boyter @playswithf1re @BrowntownBrew And the lower density and further reach requirements for Australia is the REASON to use last mile deep fibre networks. If I had a dollar everytime I had to defend that stupid excuse ...#nbn

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Poor capacity management at the #nbn drop in tent at #CanberraShow by @NBN_Australia - already out of #StressBalls Totally devo 🤣😂😂😂 Not surprised that NBN keeps on disappointing

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @czuio @NBN_Australia @Deborah_ONeill I could see no reason why it couldn't for exactly the point you make. You could also simplify it and include a UNI-V like port for a voice service (VoDSL) and a simple diagnostic page to indicate line sync etc. @NBN_Australia need to consolidate the end point to simplify it

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @sulrich70 @NBN_Australia @Deborah_ONeill If @NBN_Australia took a more risk managed approach with MTM design they should have gone with a connection agnostic endpoint. It would solve so many of this issues with renters and those that move around. Once again KISS was ignored #nbn

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @NerdyNigel @AfraidOfWidths @SenatorFifield @SteveAustinABC @AUSenator @TurnbullMalcolm @NBN_Australia Maybe he is one of the 5% with a dodgy modem 😂🤣 - suspect the Modem firmware is the least of @NBN_Australia problems, but I bet they spent a shitload of resources to come to the same conclusion we have had for the last 7 years.. that MTM will burn money in maintaince. #nbn

  • TVofCarringbush Trivalve (@TVofCarringbush) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @CharlieKeegan1 @masonsixtencox Maybe they should get a few kegs and fix the NBN while they're at it!

  • Colincopeland2 Col Copeland (@Colincopeland2) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @MConallin I use mobile bb lte. That speeds are fast butt but no consistent. I average around the 20-30gbs Some times up to 170mbs down. I don't have nbn or adsl, so I'm not complaining

  • RossStewart14 🇦🇺Ross (@RossStewart14) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Floatdownriver I get this call roughly every second day. It is a computer generated voice and it's a #SCAM .I've had NBN for about 2 years. Just hang up.

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    If I was NZ I would do the same thing! Rub our lazy Au Netflix binging faces in the fact we settled for a third rate access network #nbn @MRowlandMP @SenatorFifield @AUSenator

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @KyeNM @czuio @MargMcCrohon @TurnbullMalcolm And the graph also demonstrates the huge difference in costs from doing an ad-hoc per user base install vs a standardised and rinse & repeat install. Problem with #NBN FttC implementation is too many variables and unknowns.

  • inxanadudid Ian McKay (@inxanadudid) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @BellaFlokarti @TonyAbbottMHR Agree. Posted this earlier. Punishing & straightening that’s all you know. And breaking. Like you broke NBN, Gonski, Centrelink, NDIS. Punishing, straightening, breaking; what a horrid legacy. Labor has policies vision fairness empathy (look it up) & hope You will not be missed

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    From the beginning the #nbn passively designed optical network aggregate and manage a lot more bandwidth & are significantly cheaper to maintain, the technology with the lowest OPEX will win this war... I know what I will be betting on. #fibre @NBN_Australia @MRowlandMP

  • ChrisMac1270 Chris Mac (@ChrisMac1270) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @MikeCarlton01 So Tone and Malcolm’s sandbagging of @Foxtel by screwing the @NBN_Australia worked a treat, then...

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @BradLifestyle @NBN_Australia @SenatorFifield It sucks when people like yourself that understand what Bandwidth would do to your life are stuck on long lines...that should be reserved for the likes of @TurnbullMalcolm and @SenatorFifield and entire @NBN_Australia management

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    As a nation when we accepted a cheaper NBN solution we waived the rights or expectation for any remediation or change in the copper topology pathways. It wasn't all about fibre vs copper and fast internet. It was a chance to tweak, realign, change it for the next 100 years.

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @willie1foot @s_elliott79 @deniseshrivell @NickRossTech @RobOakeshott1 @NBN_Australia @DCoopes It's down to the actual physical footprint of FttC DPU hardware vs skinny fibre tech within pits. In many brownfield ADAs fibre access networks would have been more cost effective and simpler to install. Once the fibre in the pit can fill with mud, fibre don't care #nbn

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @BrowntownBrew @NBN_Australia Tell me something I don't know :P . This is the problem having all your sensitive active electronics in the field as stated multiple times. Robust and redundant fibre loops are the key to this equation. I'm not even sure why they need such as application...

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @jtparker72 @iiNet @TPG_Telecom Not with @iiNet by choice, sticking with their own FttN network in Canberra (Transact) for various reasons. But #NBN and alternate RSP is also a possible and if they don't take it seriously and increase performance, tiers, and customer service I'm looking for an alternative.

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    I've raised factual errors with you and your department, yet I'm ignored. Wish I could fire you for some real incompetent and bullying behaviour. I would toss you out the building myself @SenatorFifield @ScottMorrisonMP #nbn #WakeUpAustralia

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @LordSoth123 Just like flipping a light switch, shame the same cannot be said for the @NBN_Australia access network ... #nbn

  • DrRobertCare Dr Robert F Care ? (@DrRobertCare) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    How can the Luberal Goverment allow that. Reception will be crap thanks to Turnbull’s crap NBN but really Morrison should protect us.

  • isikcaner Isik Caner (@isikcaner) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @MyRepublicAU is there an issue with NBN services in Canberra? Haven't had NBN since this morning. Suburb is Harrison, 2914.

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

    @ants000 @NBN_Australia Don't stress, most of the FttC rollout hardware can only support 100mbps today and @NBN_Australia will try it's hardest to price gigabit plans out of the market for average consumer anyway :P

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Hate to think the epic waste of time and money that is being spent to hook up homes to this second rate and inconsistent FttN network #NBN . The overtime must be very nice.

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    It pains me so to hook up a new aerial copper lead-in for the @NBN_Australia "NBN" - but as they say, know your enemy. The other leadin is part of the iiNet Transact, which is a FttN parallel network. It has taken at least three techs and 2 weeks for this basic task...

  • samguthrie91 Samuel Guthrie (@samguthrie91) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Watching #AllIreland Hurling in Canberra. The #nbn can't even support 256kbs...

  • Joflixen Joffy (@Joflixen) reported from Causeway, Australian Capital Territory

    @AlannahGuo I've often thought to open a gastro cafe/pub and call it 'Meatspace'; for haxxor and productive types. - Power on every table - Online menu ordering - Free internets only limited by horrible NBN speeds

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Causeway, Australian Capital Territory

    @NBN_Australia @augamr I hope these overseas help desks run by the major RSPs give your internal staff the same run around and dirty tactics they do on Australia public. Large number of POI means only these faceless telcos get to run the show and hold us all hostage...#nbn

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Causeway, Australian Capital Territory

    @NBN_Australia @augamr Why not link to an actual industry or academic resource and not an internal Blog that is written by people I wouldn't even trust to setup my home network...#nbn #WakeUpAustralia

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Causeway, Australian Capital Territory

    @BradLifestyle @NBN_Australia Exactly, can't wait until average Aussies work out that they have been delivered a half arse solution. 75% complete of a ad-hoc solution might as well be 0%. Do it right or don't do it at all. #nbn

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Causeway, Australian Capital Territory

    @BradLifestyle @NBN_Australia Exactly, can't wait until average Aussies work out that they have been delivered a half arse solution. 75% complete or a ad-hoc solution might as well be 0%. Do it right or don't do it at all. #nbn

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

    @LordSoth123 Living in Canberra, can't even help fund the #nbn if I wanted to because I can't even connect to it due to broken copper lead-ins and installers not having the right qualifications or tools. What a total waste that we will still all have to pay for, one way or another.

  • Technorants Technorants (@Technorants) reported from Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

    They are too stupid to realise that FttC waste of time makes their whole fibre is too hard argument look silly and increases RISK! Fibre solutions are simpler and less likely to distrupt or fail. #nbn @SenatorFifield @NBN_Australia

NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • UndaSthnXiStand Rural Oz Matters (@UndaSthnXiStand) reported

    @LennaLeprena @simonahac Shoddy NBN installs are already failing & being replaced, barely 12mths old. NBNCo isn’t accepting any responsibility and is leaving it to the customer to pay for remedial work. LNP Fraudband is a time bomb.

  • UndaSthnXiStand Rural Oz Matters (@UndaSthnXiStand) reported

    @LennaLeprena @simonahac Shoddy NBN installs are already failing & being replaced, barely 12mths old. NBN isn’t accepting any responsibility and is leaving it to the customer to pay for remedial work. LNP Fraudband is a time bomb.

  • RubyandAlex Röbïnä (@RubyandAlex) reported

    After 23 years of loyalty to @iiNet the NBN connection we preordered has not been delivered as promised, no one at service can help us, and there’s NO light a the end of the tunnel. Sad to think we have to think of new ISP.

  • Vardos1 Vardos (@Vardos1) reported

    If this is "Australia's 21st century" internet, then God help us all. An NBN service that cannot stay connected for 24 hours without crashing REPEATEDLY every single day is not a service, its a joke. One we paid for.

  • Vardos1 Vardos (@Vardos1) reported

    Ten years ago, i used Telstra cable and found it worthless, I then shifted to Optus and had a decade of good, reliable service. Forced onto the NBN, the last three weeks have been a litany of errors, dropouts, disconnections and repeated useless internet.

  • uxKjaer Jakob Marius Kjaer (@uxKjaer) reported

    @ING_Aust If I use my optus mobile network then I can get on. However via my spintel nbn I've got issues.

  • colinsevitt Colin Sevitt (@colinsevitt) reported

    @Optus my landline not working after nbn install. Sick of waiting ages on phone or live chat to speak to someone. Not acceptable. Please call me on 0432 575 921.

  • YugNivek Yug Nivek (@YugNivek) reported

    Since NBN I have never had a stable service since the day it was installed! Plus now if NBN is down, Phone is down. On top of that, where I live we have lost everything, including mobile service for more than 24 hrs, no explanation. Lucky we didnt need an Ambulance!

  • YugNivek Yug Nivek (@YugNivek) reported

    More notifications from Telstra telling me that I my NBN may be cut for up to an hour a day over a possible 3 days now lol. So service is going to be same as normal, only difference is they are telling me. My ADSL was faster, far more reliable, cost less & my phone was always ok

  • VodafoneAU Vodafone Australia (@VodafoneAU) reported

    @BOYSD0NTCRY Hey there, give us a buzz on 1300 801 122 and we'll check out what's going on with your nbn service. We're sure we can fix it up so you can get back to watching more Sunmi fan cams 😀.