Since the DNS outage last week, I've been monitoring the DNS address that Rogers assigns when the router connects to their network. When I ping the address it is never 100%. Anywhere from 0 to 3 replies but never 4. Having said that, the response time for those that do work is quite good comparitively speaking.
Does Rogers know that they still have a problem? Or are they just waiting until it stops completely inconveniencing 100's again.
I'm tired of calling tech support and having to talk them through the boiler plate questions, eventually being put on hold and finally having to hang up (after being in queue, on hold, etc. for 1-1/2 hours) with no answer or resolution.
A status page would be helpful.
On another note, does anyone know how to configure a Linksys router with DHCP and a static DNS address in spots 2 or 3?
Internet (and phone today) has gone down 4 times this week. I'm in South Kitchener. Is something going on that's causing this??
I have a friend in the same area.. and just asked him, and hes been fine.
it may be something more localized to your house/location... SPECIALY if the phone is going out.. something is droping the signal alltogether.
Have you called in yet to see if there is any outages/work in the area? They can also send a tech out to make sure its nothing local to the house which is causing it.
Welcome to the Community forums and thanks for reaching out!
I'm hopeful that your services have been restored since your last post. Had you called in to report an outage before receiving this email? We will send an email, text message or phone call to update the status of an outage ticket.
You can also check out our Rogers Service Interruptions page for other outage information.
I hope this helps!
Is anyone aware of the internet and cable outage in Brampton. What is the current status and when can we expect to be back online? I work from home and have lost a half day not being able to connect to the internet.
Welcome to the Rogers Community Forums!
Thank you for joining the Community and for posting your query. Undoubtedly, the service interruptions can be inconvenient particularly if you are working from home.
Thank you for your continued patience. I can certainly appreciate your position; a prolonged service interruption can be frustrating.
You can click on @CommunityHelps and click on "Send This User a Private Message" on the top right side to send us the private message.
We do proactively communicate major service interruptions; besides the IVR when you call the tech support the service interruption is also posted on rogers.com and on Twitter at @RogersHelps.
Below is the tweet acknowledging the interruption:
Due to a fibre cut which was caused by a traffic accident, some customers in Brampton, Ontario may continue to experience a disruption to their Internet, TV, and Home Phone service. Repairs are ongoing as we work to restore service. Thank you for your continued patience.
Please feel free to send us a private message so that we can look into finding more details for you.
Thank you for understanding!
Outage in London Ontario
Internet phone and tv are all off line. Is this a known issue?