NBN Outage in Biloela, Banana, State of Queensland
Some problems detected at NBN
Users are reporting problems related to: internet, wi-fi and e-mail.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) is an Australian national wholesale open-access data network project and offers landline phone and internet network.
NBN problems in the last 24 hours in Biloela, State of Queensland
The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about NBN over the past 24 hours from users in Biloela and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.
May 27: Problems at NBN
NBN is having issues since 05:00 AM AEST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!
Most Reported Problems:
- Total Blackout
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NBN Issues Reports Near Biloela, State of QueenslandLatest outage, problems and issue reports in Biloela and nearby locations:
from Thangool, State of Queensland
Imagine as a company sending a technician to a private house NBN install then when it’s time to give us the internet, they decide to give it to the school next door then cancel it without contact. ******* hopeless. Only 3 things on my street. House, school, small airport. Idiots.
NBN Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@aust_tl @LadyBeeCoffee NBN never made any financial sense if it did a business would’ve built it
It is normal for a network not to have dropouts at all. Can you imagine if the @NBN_Australia guys were running the network in your office? Of course it is the resellers fault, last time I checked they have a computer to configure connections and no actual equipment.
@NBN_Australia @Aussie_BB @Aussie_BB If you would kindly before I have to ask only one last time fix the problem.
@NBN_Australia @Aussie_BB @Aussie_BB I see the Download Sync has snuck back up to 80.8Mbps but the stability profile sets it back to about 65Mbps. In the modem logs I have log entries all the time like 28.05.2022 05:02:30 Info DHCPC The WAN DHCP client IP address x.x.x.x
@NBN_Australia @Aussie_BB @Aussie_BB The log says Apply Stability Profile Status: Completed Created: 17-03-2022 08:29:49 and this is what happened last time when I go to Stability Profile it says it is off and I have to turn it on again and that turns it off. Fo shizzle.
@NBN_Australia @Aussie_BB Hello, Still I am having dropouts. I re-set the stability profile to on myself a month or so ago. I am paying over $100/month for unlimited broadband and I do not care eventually if the download is only 50Mbps and the upload is 20Mbps as long as there are no dropouts!
@NoShins81 @Optus @NBN_Australia I’d avoid them like the plague Our speeds dropped when Optus forced us to go from cable to NBN You can’t ever contact them for support They can’t even keep their own servers up Perpetual PPPoE timeout errors (occurs when ISP server doesn’t respond)
@YosephGunz @Optus It’s poor everywhere, same with the NBN They can’t even keep their own servers up Perpetual PPPoE timeouts on and off for quite a while Not to mention it’s nigh impossible to actually contact support, the perpetual redirects to FAQs are so frustrating
@Pezzamystic1 @AlboMP @EmmanuelMacron The Diesel sub should never been. Frances subs are nuclear -they had to refashion them to diesel with the out of touch Slowmow govt . Australia finally realised that nuclear is the future but went with Aukus- all blame and waste of money is on Slowmow- As is our nbn blow out
@Optus fix your NBN you useless *****