Outage resolved for our customers fed from our DeLaveaga access point. Thank you for your patience, we apologize for the inconvenience.
Technicians are in route to reboot the switch for our DeLaveaga access point.
Due to inclement weather and 50mph winds, customers fed off our DeLaveaga access point are experiencing an interruption of service currently. Service to these areas are feed from one of our mountain tops and the rains and winds are interfering with the signal. We expect services to return to normal after the storm passes.
Web hosting server host6 is being rebooted to clear a stuck process. Any mail sent during this time should be queued up and delivered once services are restored. I anticipate that the server should be up again shortly after this network status is posted.
Web hosting server host7.cruzio.com is now back up and all services are restored. Any mail sent during this downtime has been queued up and will be delivered shortly, if not already. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused on your Tuesday morning and have a great day.
Web hosting server host7.cruzio.com is being rebooted to clear stuck processes. Services are expected to be down for approximately 10 minutes. This will only affect web hosting customers with services on host7. Email will be queued up and delivered once the services are restored. We apologize for any inconvenience and will post an update as soon as services are running. Thanks for your patience.
Due to an ongoing PG&E power outage from this weekend’s storm, customers in the Weston Road area of Scotts Valley will be subject to internet outages every evening from 10:00PM to 6:00AM. There is a third-party owned and operated generator onsite that powers our gear, and to conserve fuel and power usage, the generator will be turned off at 10:00PM, and turned back on at 6:00AM.
This will continue through this Friday 1/13/17. We will amend this status as we receive updates.
Business broadband customers that are connected off of our equipment on Weston Road may see downtime due to a power outage in the area. PG&E is working to resolve the problem, and Cruzio engineers will be ready to dispatch out if necessary once power has been restored to the area.
The generator providing power to Cruzio’s wireless networking infrastructure in the Weston Road area of Scotts Valley is currently undergoing maintenance due to extended usage during the recent storm.
We have an estimated time of noon today (Monday, 1/9) for the maintenance to be complete and the generator restarted.
An issue that began late this morning 1/8/17 which was preventing some rattlebrain.com users from accessing their email has been resolved as of about 1:50pm this afternoon. Thank you for your patience.