Network Status

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All services operational.

11pm, March 28th – there was an unscheduled SSO outage for a period late last night/early morning which has now been resolved.

3pm, March 28th – there appears to have been a short outage for our SSO service that has now been resolved.

11am, February 23rd – there was an issue with outbound mail for at least some of our users and we believe this was resolved about 8pm (on the 23rd).

10am, January 5th – as you may be aware, flaws have been identified in Intel (and other) chips which pose a potential security risk (see https://goo.gl/EdxKjH).  We are monitoring the situation carefully and we will implement the requisite vendor updates as soon as they are available.  Please note that this could mean that at some point we need to take some of our services down at short notice but we will be looking to minimise any disruption.  If you have any queries, please contact us at support@ourschool.co.nz

12.15pm, November 29th – our IdP (and some other services) were affected by a brief disruption.

11.30am, November 24th – our IdP (and some other services) were affected by an unscheduled outage for approximately 15 minutes but we believe that all services are operational again now.

5pm, October 11th – to complete this part of our infrastructure upgrade program, we will be undertaking further work at this time; this may be for up to 2 hours and there is a modest possibility of an outage (for single sign-on and website hosting) for some or all of that time.

5.30pm, October 5th – as part of our infrastructure upgrade program, we are undertaking some important work this evening; this may be for up to an hour and there is a modest possibility of an outage (for single sign-on and website hosting) for some or all of that time.

10am, August 28th – it appears that some clients’ recent DNS changes have been lost as a result of the problem on Friday but we are dealing with these as quickly as possible.

10.30am-1.30pm, August 25th – some clients have been affected by slow (or no) performance of services this morning (in particular SSO, website hosting and DNS).  Our Support team has been working hard on resolving the issue and, subject to further checking, we believe it has now been resolved.  If you are continuing to have a difficulty, please contact us, preferably at support@ourschool.co.nz.

4pm, June 14 – there was a DNS issue that affected the availability of some of our services (including hosted websites) for a short period but this has now been resolved.

May 2nd-7th – over the next few days, we are making some changes to our network as we finalise the decommissioning of some of Watchdog’s old infrastructure; while we are not anticipating any disruption for end users, if you do notice any issues (especially with our mail or web filtering services) then please contact us so we can assist.

7.30pm, March 20th – there will be some routine maintenance on our network between 7.30 and 8.30pm this evening and some services may experience a brief outage (<5 minutes)

5.50pm, March 9th – some services may have had a short outage due to a hardware issue that has now been corrected.

12.30pm, March 3rd – affected services are now progressively coming back online.

10.30am, March 3rd – our initial resolution has apparently proved not to be successful so we are continuing work on the issue.

9am, March 3rd  – some services (eg SSO, some websites, DNS) are experiencing an outage which is being investigated.

6.30pm, February 28th  – there are no reports of any SSO client with an issue.  The Support team confirms that our service (and our underlying systems) have been working correctly all day (and in fact since early January) and all information available to us at the moment indicates a transitory upstream network issue.  We have made inquiries about this, including with our main upstream provider (Orcon/Vocus).

4.40pm, February 28th, 2017 – we have reports of an issue for some clients with the IdP.  Initial checks suggest it may be an upstream problem but we will continue to work on it.