CARInet’s network encompasses several datacenters. This page is updated to keep our customers abreast of maintenance and upgrades which are being performed network wide.
From scheduled maintenance windows that occur weeks or months in the future, to emergency windows that pop up from time to time, we do our best to keep up to the minute information available around the clock.
If you are having difficulty with your server that is not explained by the following status updates, please open a case in your customer panel, or contact our 24×7×365 support at 858.974.5080.
The network is running flawlessly and no issues have been reported recently.
Tue Sep 2 2014 16:30 to 19 GMT-0700 (Pacific Standard Time)
One of our upstream providers is experiencing issues. We were able to identify the issue quickly, contact them and shut down the connection to prevent any further impact until the matter is resolved. Unfortunately, we do not have an eta on when this specific upstream provider will be available again, however traffic is properly routing through our other upstream service.
UPDATE: As of approximately 7pm pacific time, our upstream provider has resolved the problem and we have re-enabled our connection to them.
Tue Aug 12 2014 12:56 to 04:25 GMT-0700 (Pacific Standard Time)
At approximately 1:00 A.M. PDT on August 12th, 2014, CARI.net’s Core Routers were impacted by what we now know was a global BGP event. Early Tuesday morning, a large number of new routing entries were added to the BGP routing tables propagated all over the world, surpassing the standard 512k routing entry limit imposed by most networking equipment. After extensive troubleshooting, at 3:00 A.M., the decision was made to reboot and upgrade the firmware on all our core routers. We have taken steps to increase the amount of memory allocated to routing entries so that this incident will not happen again. By 4:25 A.M, all network functionality had been fully restored. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.