Fri 29 May - All systems ran without problems
Thu 28 May - All systems ran without problems
Wed 27 May - All systems ran without problems
Tue 26 May - All systems ran without problems
Mon 25 May - Internet Connectivity problem
Isolated loss of internet connectivity in an area of Graduate College due to a blown fuse.
Fri 22 May - All systems ran without problems
Thu 21 May - All systems ran without problems
Wed 20 May - All systems ran without problems
Tue 19 May - LUVLE problem
11:40: There was a technical problem with the domino.lancs.ac.uk server which supports a portion of the LUVLE service. Web sites supporting Applied Social Science, Art, Computing, English & Creative Writing, Engineering, Environmental Science, Linguistics, LICA, Religious Studies, Sociology and some additional services, including MyModules may have been affected. Normal service was quickly restored. For more details see: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/celt/celtweb/faq_luvle
Mon 18 May - All systems ran without problems
Fri 15 May - All systems ran without problems
Thu 14 May - All systems ran without problems
Wed 13 May - Exchange Email Service Maintenance
The exchange email system was unavailable for short periods between 13:00 and 15:00 whilst essential network reconfiguration work was carried out. Interruptions to users lasted no more than five minutes. All other systems ran without problems
Tue 12 May - All systems ran without problems
Mon 11 May - All systems ran without problems
Fri 08 May - Minor fault with WiNet
ISS Network engineers fixed a minor fault with the campus wireless network. All other services ran without problems.
Thu 07 May - Intermittent Internet problem
The intermittent network connectivity problems experienced earlier in the week have been partially diagnosed, however, ja.net is still working on a permanent solution. More information is available from the ja.net website.
Wed 06 May - Intermittent network problems
Users in the Gordon Manley building experienced intermittent network problems with approximately one third of machines. ISS provided a temporary solution while waiting for some replacement equipment.
Tue 05 May - Intermittent Internet (vi ja.net) Network problems
Lancaster University (like every other ja.net connected organisation), continued to experience intermittent connectivity problems caused by external, non-Lancaster related issues.
Many on-site users perceived these problems as "the internet is broken", or "the website is down." The real problem was that all off-site connectivity dropped, along with all services dependent upon it in real time (syndicated search on www.lancs.ac.uk) etc. Off-site users were not able to reach www.lancs.ac.uk, use the Virtual Private Network or Outlook Web Access.
JA.NET were aware of the problem and assured us they would resolve it as quickly as possible.