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Facebook Outage Possibly Global

Craig Labovitz reporting from Arbor Networks: "We use ATLAS data to graph Facebook (AS32934) traffic with 80 ISPs around the world between 5pm September 22 and 5pm EDT today. You can see Facebook traffic plummet around 1:30pm and return shortly after 4pm. From a quick glance at the data, the outage appears to be global (impacting most of the 80 ISPs)."

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Updates:  UPDATED Sep 24, 2010 6:11 am PDT
Facebook provides more details on the outage Sep.24.2010, Facebook

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Facebook via IPv6 worked fine By John Curran  –  Sep 26, 2010 5:37 am PDT

Throughout the period of Facebook difficulties, http://www.v6.facebook.com/ was reachable and responsive via IPv6… :-)

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