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NBN Outage in Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

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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NBN problems in the last 24 hours in Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

NBN Outage Chart in Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales 09/22/2020 01:20

September 22: Problems at NBN

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 74.94% Internet
  • Wi-fi 10.07% Wi-fi
  • Total Blackout 6.39% Total Blackout
  • E-mail 5.65% E-mail
  • Phone 2.58% Phone
  • TV .37% TV

NBN Outage Map Near Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

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

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NBN Issues Reports Near Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Queanbeyan and nearby locations:
  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Deligracy No, this is closely guarded but what is wisely known is classifying the NBN as a commercially entity, to keep it off the national books (making them look better) means nodes are up to 500m distant. Upgrading to fibre won't fix NBN pricing (congestion) as a result either.

  • Lindday8 Lindsay (@Lindday8) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Telstra NBN speed slow and dropping out in Flynn act is there issue

  • AussieRoz RepublicanRoz #SaveOurABC💧 (@AussieRoz) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @JaneCaro @NBN_Australia Just send a tweet about The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman NBN suddenly played nice. So did my provider. I got my own support person!!

  • skwashd Dave Hall aka Not Funny (@skwashd) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Hey @andy_penn why won’t you fix phone lines in fire effected areas that will only get satellite NBN? These areas used to have decent ADSL. People can’t sign up for satellite because it’s over subscribed. Looking forward to your field team fixing this.

  • skwashd Dave Hall aka Not Funny (@skwashd) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @gusworldau @NBN_Australia It’s frustrating when you know more about the problem than the person copying and pasting boilerplate yet you’re powerless to fix it.

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

    @mrbargearse @PuntHubAus The issue is the poor level that the NBN brings in country areas.. it is simply ordinary. Pay for 100% get less than 1% in peak periods. This is the issue for the streaming argument. The infrastructure is woeful.

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

    @Angela60650391 @juliemonry @ABCaustralia With NBN there isn't even that need anymore. I have been receiving gov updates via my mobile phone provider not the ABC at all. All commercial broadcasters ate required to provide community service announcements. Their is no longer a need for the ABC.

  • cherellemurpfry Cherelle Murphy (@cherellemurpfry) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    NBN capacity lifted to help those who can work from home to do so.

  • garth_morrison Garth Morrison (@garth_morrison) reported from Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

    @NBN_Australia Response from NBN - ‘Go to your service provider’ 🙄 They’ve been on it for months guys. You’re the hold up.

  • Steve_Pesic steve_outandabout (@Steve_Pesic) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Everyone giving scomo grief for leadership but the bosses from Telstra and NBN should be high on the list for poor leadership, thousands of people with no phones or internet, hours, days, weeks and months spent by people just trying to use a service in Australia in 2020...

  • Tikkaspecial Steve Smith (@Tikkaspecial) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Optus NBN down this morning. Website reports no issues at 2911.

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

    @theoztrucker The subs don't make a lot of sense and the NBN was always a disaster, a Rolls Royce limo instead of a bus service. The Snowy I don't know, seems to make sense. The fighter aircraft are necessary but not themselves. They are for reasons no one wants to voice.

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

    @toadmeister @guardian Sorry Toby, you are being mislead by the Guardian as usual. Netflix states you need 5Mbs for HD quality viewing. Every Australian on the NBN has at least 10Mbs connection. The ALP stated the NBN would cost $40 billion dollars not $15 and it was never going to happen for that.

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

    @NBN_Australia @UncleAl60932514 Tweak plans = poor Project management = ad-hoc mess. #nbn

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

    @BawdenSnoek I don't mind, sometimes I hang on until I get a real person after such calls about Telstra or NBN. Then I call them thieves and liars until they hang up.

  • Elias_Hallaj 💧 Elias Hallaj (@Elias_Hallaj) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Australia is drowning, rather than surfing, thanks to ScoMo’s LNP. “... after spending $51 billion on a second-rate obsolete network the Coalition government’s plan for the NBN has been a total failure”. #AusPol

  • garydlum Gaz 🖖 (@garydlum) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @benny_132 @horrorfan4129 @Telstra Thanks. I've been waiting on hold. I will hang up and get on with my day. I feel sorry for people relying on #nbn for their livelihood when these things happen.

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

    @peter_c_william @RichardTuffin @NBN_Australia Project Management failure at all levels. Including piss poor contractor management. You could have the best tools available (aka Engineers) and still use them incorrectly...#nbn

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

    @peter_c_william @NickRossTech Wonder if he actually engages with the key stakeholders - ie The Australian Public! #nbn So over @NBN_Australia pathetic excuses and covering for the poor decisions of the last 7 years. No wonder many jumped ship when the cards were on the table

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

    Quote from @NBN_Australia" One of the challenges nbn has identified are premises that are located too far away from existing nbn™ network assets- Fibre to the Node Cabinet (typically where copper lines exceed 1.3km)" Talk about a no #nbn shit statement

NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • YugNivek Yug Nivek (@YugNivek) reported

    @BrissyRod @peggymel2001 @davidbewart It had such potential, the chance to bring Australia back from the Technology Shade Howard had cast us into. Before Telstra was sold off and run by idiots it was a world leader... the NBN was guided by the Same idiot, built without any thought of progress Obsolete at the start!

  • ausmusiccentre Aus Music Centre (@ausmusiccentre) reported

    IMPORTANT UPDATE: the AMC's emails are down until further notice due to issues with NBN setup. We apologise for the major inconvenience. Website is operating, orders will be received, and we will respond when we are able.

  • errolhodder Errol Hodder (@errolhodder) reported

    Had a call from an NBN Technical Support Scammer today, as usual he had to hang up once I started to question him about his name and employee ID.

  • BCoppick Brenton Coppick (@BCoppick) reported

    @AlboMP I have said to Mark Butler to go ahead and upgrade fibre to node districts . The Port Adelaide area has bad ex teltra wires connected to the nodes ( ex tech and ex nbn 34 years service )

  • mattwhitehorn Matt Whitehorn (@mattwhitehorn) reported

    @NBN_Australia Fixed. Had to entirely power down and restart the DPU, apparently on multiple ones in the area according to the tech. That said, a day and a half of downtime for a 'turn it off and on again' is less than ideal...

  • AenesidemusOZ ÆnesidemusOZ ⇝Anti-Fascist⇜ (@AenesidemusOZ) reported

    @RandolpheLibre Copper, especially the stuff left over from installations we were doing 30 years ago, is crap. The pair-gain kits we were putting in housing estates buggered ADSL; it completely negates NBN. I can do better with my 4G mobile broadband in the middle of nowhere.

  • Mrt48Carol Carol Keliher (@Mrt48Carol) reported

    @peggymel2001 Read the thread. Recommend reading Michael Quigley The Monthly 3/19. CEO NBN Co handover to Turnbull who laughed at him when he explained he had spent 2yrs working with Telstra and had solved the problems. Canned and the rest is history and the big bill for a pile of **** is ours

  • MilneElliott Elliott Milne (@MilneElliott) reported

    @davidbewart is Lord Turnbull suggesting that not even Murdoch is stupid enough to switch to 40 year old copper cabling instead of fibre for the NBN roll out?

  • Which50 Which-50 (@Which50) reported

    The NBN nightmare begins. The smart modem finally arrived today, only for @Telstra to reveal it will not activate the service until Oct 13. This should have been said during the sale process. It feels like deceptive and misleading conduct. Prepare for daily updates, dear readers.

  • YugNivek Yug Nivek (@YugNivek) reported

    @peggymel2001 If not for Murdoch, maybe just because Tony Abbott told him to ensure it was a pile of wet string & spaghetti. You know what is really stupid about our NBN? It would have been cheaper & better to have built it with New Tech. Glueing all of the old with the Obsolete cost the $$$