The ambulances fell silent, the trains did not depart. Australia asked for internet and phone signal

The ambulances fell silent, the trains did not depart. Australia asked for internet and phone signal
The ambulances fell silent, the trains did not depart. Australia asked for internet and phone signal

According to the general editor of the company Optus, which is in charge of the services, its technicians are investigating the pin of one of the biggest failures in recent years. Optus is gradually restoring its services roughly eight hours after the total outage, the provider announced at first. His speech added that it would take several hours to travel, not all services would be fully restored. At first he thought The Guardian.

We are aware that some mobile phones are having problems connecting to SLM for reading the line, said the spokesperson. If Optus customers need to call the service, we recommend they try to find an alternative service, he added.

Optus executive editor Kelly Bayer Rosmarinov told radio station 2GB in Sydney that it was still unclear what caused the outage. She has already stated that it is highly unlikely that it was caused by a hacker flow. We don’t care about the pin. The priority now is to restore the service for orders, she said.

According to the DownDetector website, users started reporting problems around four in the morning European time. Due to the breakdown of the mobile and internet signal, the train stopped in Melbourne. The carrier said that a communication error connected with the failure of the Optus company disrupted the train operation in the metropolitan area around five o’clock in the morning.

Traffic resumed after two hours, but with major delays. The general editor of the Melbourne transport company, Raymond OFlaherty, said that about 500 connections had been cancelled. Trains now run on all our tracks, he added.

Call early for compensation

The outage also affected Australian hospital telephone lines. Ramsay Health Care, which operates 73 private hospitals and surgeries across Australia, said its lines were completely down. The same problem was also reported by the company in Melbourne, which operates about a dozen general hospitals and the state’s virtual emergency room.

Many patients and their family members also reported that they were unable to call the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Royal English Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital and St Vincent’s Hospital. The Royal Melbourne Hospital said that it has declared a so-called lut kd in all its premises, which means that there has been an internal extraordinary event affecting the provision of services.

Australia’s Commonwealth Bank said some customers may experience disruptions to services, such as online banking, as a result.

Federal Communications Minister Michelle Rowland said the government had introduced a protocol to allow Optus customers to use other mobile stations. She added that it was too early to talk about compensation for the injured.

Australian opposition communications spokesman David Coleman called the outage in the country “catastrophic”. There is no precedent for an incident of this nature. Optus must now do everything in their power to succeed. The government also needs to face the problem head on and help Optus solve this much-called problem, he added.

Optus is the second largest telecommunications provider in the country, with 10.2 million customers and several hundred orders, according to The Guardian

The article is in Czech

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