NBN Outage Report in Gleniffer, Bellingen, State of New South Wales

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Problems in the last 24 hours in Gleniffer, State of New South Wales

The chart below shows the number of NBN reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Gleniffer and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

NBN Outage Chart in Gleniffer, Bellingen, State of New South Wales 05/29/2024 19:50

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by NBN users through our website.

  1. Internet (74%)

    Internet (74%)

  2. Wi-fi (10%)

    Wi-fi (10%)

  3. Total Blackout (7%)

    Total Blackout (7%)

  4. E-mail (5%)

    E-mail (5%)

  5. TV (2%)

    TV (2%)

  6. Phone (1%)

    Phone (1%)

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NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • QueenOfSwords Cyber Disaster Squirrel - 2 Pfizers w/ mRNA chaser (@QueenOfSwords) reported

    @GordyPls Checking ours - string in a ball, random plumbing o-rings, that one 9v to USB adapter that gets way to warm, coax cables, ADSL line filters that ‘might’ be bad (who knows, had NBN for years now)

  • InnesFrances Frances Innes (@InnesFrances) reported

    @lhjh70 different geolocations, demographics, psychographics treat currency in varying ways. In many rural regions some suppliers only use a cheque account as it is an empirical evidence item and they can access it on person without having to use NBN that does not work with stability

  • aussiekerstin Kersti (@aussiekerstin) reported

    @RuncibleH We have always had slow internet speed. Finally got the NBN engineer here to take a look two weeks ago. He dug around, found the cable, went to pick it up and it came away from whatever it is supposed to be attached to. We apparently received the NBN’s sticky tape version.

  • BobUnco Bob (@BobUnco) reported

    @RuncibleH I don't know how he did it, but my son-in-law got our copper replaced while still waiting for NBN. He's annoyingly persistent when it comes to internet services. Wife thinks he made a formal complaint to his ISP about failure to meet service standards.

  • Rubenerd Ruben 🇺🇦 (@Rubenerd) reported

    @mpesce Fried NBN modems got so bad for my dad on the Central Coast, he physically unplugs it when he leaves the house. It's ridiculous :/

  • Optus Optus (@Optus) reported

    @theo_troy Sorry to hear about your Optus service issue, Troy. Can you please direct message us to confirm which service is this in regards to? I mean your mobile or NBN home internet? Kartik

  • MarvinAndroid4 Marvin (@MarvinAndroid4) reported

    @DocB__ @iiNet ditto, left iinet a few years back, and nbn for that matter. optus wireless broadband, cut out the middlemen and the dodgy copper wires in the ground. flawless

  • noreasonspec The Turismo Chocobo (@noreasonspec) reported

    @mpesce my nbn modem got fried a few weeks ago. It connected to the NBN Fine but it couldn't push that signal beyond the modem to the router Bit of back and forth with NBN because on their end it looked fine....

  • Douglasac10 Douglas (@Douglasac10) reported

    @mpesce Pretty much. My understanding was that there was nothing that could do what NBN wanted it to do, so they got Netcomm to design the devices specifically for them. Ideally your provider should just be able to send you out a new one. This isn't an uncommon problem with them.

  • singaporedavid1 David (@singaporedavid1) reported

    @SaintEd61 Pretty much. Starlink is a solution and has all but made the NBN redundant.