[inquiry] Internet/cell in Teheran down?

Jared Mauch jared at puck.nether.net
Sun Jun 14 00:57:31 UTC 2009

On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 08:47:57PM -0500, Reese wrote:
> Steve Pirk wrote:
>> Npr (All things considered) is reporting that cell phones and Internet  
>> access in at least Teheran if not all of Iran is down. Reporters are
>> unable to connect out.
>> Anyone hear of anything?
> Given the recent election and the unrest that is also being reported,
> I'd bet that it was unplugged or turned off, not that it is down. Or,
> is there another Operator's Group for that world region? Maybe the
> discussion simply hasn't filtered over yet.

	the menog lists require you to subscribe to
view the archives.  (So this could be redundant to content
there.. i am not on their list).

	I checked one ISP I know about in Tehran and they appear
to be up.  This doesn't seem to be an like what was seen with Myanmar(Burma)
turning off the tubes.  (At least not yet).

	I'm keeping an eye on things, if people in those parts of
the world need some backup dns or other things, I am sure there are plenty
of people here that can help.

	- Jared

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