Major outages have been reported in Chicago, Philadelphia, New Jersey and San Francisco.
Comcast's massive outage appears to have affected customers in several parts of the country this morning. News reports described large outbreaks in Chicago, Philadelphia, and southern New Jersey. The Philadelphia Inquirer writes: “Xfinity's obfuscation tracker is currently down and displays an error message: 'We are seeing abnormal traffic to our network or ... the service or servers on it are currently unavailable.'" p>
There were also reports of a major Comcast outage in the San Francisco Bay Area last night, which resulted in a message from the Marin County Sheriff's Office that reads: “Please do not call 911 to inquire why your internet is out. The outage may be resolved because “Comcast told NBC Bay Area late Monday that its systems indicated that its Xfinity services had begun to connect to the Internet after a widespread Internet outage across the Bay Area.” Comcast outages continue in other regions. p>
"Some customers are experiencing intermittent service outages due to a network issue." Regret. To those affected, Xfinity Comcast Support wrote in a tweet just after 11AM ET. Xfinity Support has tweeted in response to a customer's complaint about a power outage. "Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, we are experiencing widespread disruptions to Xfinity services," he wrote. Ad
54,000 reports in Downdetector
Downdetector, which allows users of many services to report definitively, has about 54,000 reports for Comcast Xfinity around 9 a.m. this morning Downdetector also showed about 25,000 reports Eight hours ago, during the Bay Area shutdown.
There is always some Downdetector reporting on Comcast, as the company has more than 31.5 million residential customers in this area. The area includes 39 states and the District of Columbia, but the 25,000 and 54,000 Downdetector reports are too high. Comcast's Downdetector 'heatmap' shows the highest number reported in the past 24 hours, with blackouts reported from the San Francisco Bay Area:Comcast Downdetector heatmap shows Downdetector
Of course, no Everyone who's downdetector Comcast is complaining about Downdetector or Twitter, so many people who don't have an internet connection may not be able to send information from Comcast about how widespread the outage is, what caused it, and when it will be resolved. We will update this article if we receive new details. p>
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