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    Anyone else having this happen while posting?? Happens on my phone and computer.

  • #2
    A lot of us are having that same issue..

    http://www.orangemane.com/BB/showthr...=116042&page=7

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    • #3
      It's a network issue. The support guys say the network team is on it and have given me a link to monitor the situation:

      https://status.rackspace.com/index/v...dents?group=22


      Nothing that can really be done except let the nerds do their thing

      /I say "nerds" in a loving way. Nerds and geeks rule the world...

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      • #4
        01:11 AM EDT
        08/07/14
        Our Engineers and Network specialists continue to monitor performance and work to mitigate the impact to customer sites. Thank you for your continued patience.

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        • #5
          I'm pretty sure that's code for "rebooting, and browsing Reddit" in geek speak.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Taco John View Post
            I'm pretty sure that's code for "rebooting, and browsing Reddit" in geek speak.
            It's either that or "We don't know what's wrong so we're going to wait a little while and hope it goes away."

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            • #7
              10:51 AM EDT
              08/07/14
              We continue to experience network latency in DFW 1-2 impacting site performance and page loads. Our Engineers are working to mitigate the malicious inbound traffic we have been experiencing. Due to the variable nature of this type of disruption we are unable to offer an ETA for resolution at this time.

              Thank you for your continued patience.

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              • #8
                hmmmmm sounds like a ddos attack...

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Taco John View Post
                  hmmmmm sounds like a ddos attack...
                  The Russians are trying to steal our passwords.

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                  • #10
                    Thank you for the updates.

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                    • #11
                      .

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by missingnumber7 View Post
                        The Russians are trying to steal our passwords.
                        I bet there are only about a dozen different passwords in use on this site despite all the users that created accounts:

                        gobroncos
                        broncosr#1
                        beezerlovesmeifnooneelsedoes
                        chefssuck
                        Iamsuchastudandlikebeachesovermountains
                        broncos
                        genekranzistehhot
                        broncoswin!
                        starttebow
                        elwayrules
                        ohhchampjohnbaldwinwillownu
                        milehigh

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                        • #13
                          10:12 PM EDT
                          08/07/14
                          Our mitigation services are still in place at this time. The impact to customers has improved, however, there may be some periods of latency until malicious traffic subsides.

                          We appreciate your patience as our teams work to restore services. We will post additional updates in the event there is a change in the situation.

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                          • #14
                            .01:56 PM EDT
                            08/07/14
                            We apologize for the inconvenience you may have been experiencing over the last couple days and would like to explain in further detail the issue and what we are doing to mitigate it.

                            Since August 5th, 2014 at approximately 4:29 PM CDT, a portion of our DFW Cloud Sites infrastructure has been experiencing a series of intermittent network interruptions as a result of a DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) targeting a Cloud Sites customer with political content relating to the conflicts between Israel and Palestine.

                            This customer is no longer hosted with Rackspace. However, the DDoS initially targeted an IP and then grew to an IP block on Cloud Sites which has resulted in this ongoing malicious traffic.

                            Rackspace has a series of mitigation steps used to remediate these types of attacks however, customers behind the affected IP block may still continue to experience periods of network latency and packet loss. This network latency will result in customers experiencing intermittent site performance, site inaccessibility, timeouts, or slow load times.

                            Our engineers have the targeted IP addresses behind our mitigation systems and are customizing the rule sets to block malicious traffic while permitting legitimate traffic to pass. As mentioned above there are instances where some legitimate traffic may be inadvertently tagged as malicious and our engineers are actively working toward minimizing this impact.

                            Due to the nature of this issue, we are unable to provide a definitive time for complete resolution. We thank you for your continued patience and will continue to provide updates, as new information is available.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Taco John View Post
                              .01:56 PM EDT
                              08/07/14
                              We apologize for the inconvenience you may have been experiencing over the last couple days and would like to explain in further detail the issue and what we are doing to mitigate it.

                              Since August 5th, 2014 at approximately 4:29 PM CDT, a portion of our DFW Cloud Sites infrastructure has been experiencing a series of intermittent network interruptions as a result of a DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) targeting a Cloud Sites customer with political content relating to the conflicts between Israel and Palestine.

                              This customer is no longer hosted with Rackspace. However, the DDoS initially targeted an IP and then grew to an IP block on Cloud Sites which has resulted in this ongoing malicious traffic.

                              Rackspace has a series of mitigation steps used to remediate these types of attacks however, customers behind the affected IP block may still continue to experience periods of network latency and packet loss. This network latency will result in customers experiencing intermittent site performance, site inaccessibility, timeouts, or slow load times.

                              Our engineers have the targeted IP addresses behind our mitigation systems and are customizing the rule sets to block malicious traffic while permitting legitimate traffic to pass. As mentioned above there are instances where some legitimate traffic may be inadvertently tagged as malicious and our engineers are actively working toward minimizing this impact.

                              Due to the nature of this issue, we are unable to provide a definitive time for complete resolution. We thank you for your continued patience and will continue to provide updates, as new information is available.
                              Don't they realize that football season is upon us? Pinhead morans...

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