back to article Telstra's business network in six-hour collapse

Telstra is red-faced yet again, after suffering a long outage centred in Victoria. The TITSUP (Total Inability To Support Usual Performance) began around 2pm on June 30, and it was six hours before Telstra reported services back online. On the way, the outage forced airline Jetstar to manually process passengers at …

  1. Magani
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    Sorry?

    How many "very sorry" statements before something gets fixed permanently.

    I don't seem to remember this number of major outages in the past (or am I having multiple Senior Moments?).

  2. Adam 1

    Not really a TITSUP moment when you think about what "UP" is for Telstra. The expression "on par" is probably more fitting.

    Perhaps they need to bring back a former exec to sort their mess out. Depending on which way the election goes, there would have to be a reasonable prospect of a certain former exec who loves mixed technology networks becoming available...

    1. GrumpyKiwi

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      Put that idiot in charge of Telstra and you Aussies will be reduced to communicating with smoke signals and drums within a week.

    2. Oengus

      Depending on which way the election goes, there would have to be a reasonable prospect of a certain former exec who loves mixed technology networks becoming available...

      If you want him he's all yours. He is part of the reason Telstra is in the situation they are in. The other main reasons are greed and apathy. They were too greedy to invest in their network and too apathetic to keep the people they needed to ensure the network was up to scratch.

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