We have restored connectivity to most IP prefixes. We are working out the remaining routing inconsistencies now and monitoring for any residual issues.
Our Network Operations team is still actively engaged in restoring network connectivity in Atlanta. We’ll continue to keep the status page updated as new information becomes available.
We’ve identified the cause of this issue as routing inconsistencies with our Atlanta transit provider’s network. Our Network Operations team is working as quickly as possible to restore connectivity in Atlanta. We’re very sorry for the inconvenience this is causing you.
We are aware of connectivity issues to hosts in our Atlanta datacenter and are currently investigating.
We have seen stability in Atlanta for enough time to consider this outage resolved.
We are currently working on residual issues from the ongoing DoS attacks that have caused ongoing connectivity problems on a subset of our hosts in Atlanta. Thank you very much for your patience.
At this time we believe the main attack vectors against our Atlanta data center have been blocked, however there still may be intermittent service interruptions as we clean up from the effects of this event.
The Atlanta data center is still experiencing network connectivity issues due to the DDoS attack. We are working throughout the night to mitigate this attack.
The process of hardening our links and spreading client websites among CDNs is ongoing, but appears to be having the desired effect.
Our network operations and systems teams have been working non-stop for the last ~36 hours toward a resolution of the Atlanta datacenter DDoS attack and resulting outage. Our hosting provider has acquired a dedicated transit link that is now directly connected to the our network, and we are waiting for our transit provider to apply DDoS mitigation hardening, after which we believe that Atlanta should be restored to full service. We will keep you updated as things progress.