Despite fewer outages overall
Fewer idiots with JCBs roaming the land ?
On the other hand, promising everyone 100MBit at home and then finding that they all want to use it during the day ....
Global internet disruptions went up 63 per cent after February and remained elevated throughout the first half of 2020 compared to pre-pandemic levels, according to net and cloud researcher ThousandEyes. In March, as much of the world entered pandemic-related lockdowns, the number of outages across ISPs, cloud providers, …
I can feel your pain, Inter-ISP peering in PH is an absolute fucking dog to work with - PLDT won't peer with Globe and any reasonable level, and vice-versa. So if your content is in Globe, PLDT users are screwed.
You'd assume with PH the issue would be mainly caused by geography - many islands and all that - but it's not, it all comes down to a bunch of execs with their heads up their rhetoricals viewing their business as more of a gang family than a business that should interoperate for their user's benefit
How many recent outages have been caused by 5G sabotage? Some idiot trying to burn down a tower ended up damaging the fiber going to work causing nearly a whole day outage due to the fire being started in a pit.
I've started collecting magnetrons out of dead microwaves. I'm not sure if I should mail them to the idiots I find or just put them up on sane neighbors roofs.
Should I have used the warning icon rather than the fire icon since that will be inside the box with "warning microwave generating magnetron!"
We've got a few of those nutters round here, so I occasionally see posters on lampposts. I did toy with an idea...
You know in the IT Crowd they make "the internet" and lend it to Jen.
Similar basis - little box with an LED in the top, and a magnet in the bottom.
Sticker on the side - "5G wave amplifier, property of Microsoft" - or similar
Make a few of them, and then start deploying them onto cars around the houses of the nutters.
Technically, though, I guess you could find yourself getting done for criminal damage
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