- Nov 11, 2009
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Surely ICASA can go to court and resolve the issue in a civilised fashion? If iBurst owes it money, all well and good, but can they not operate in an orderly fashion so that users have sufficient notice to make alternative arrangements?
I have no particular love for iBurst, but they do have thousands of users that are now indefinitely inconvenienced by this high handedness. If iBurst is in contravention of something or other, or owes money then make a public announcement, set a public deadline for it's resolution, or get a court date and allow consumers the opportunity to make provision.
Wouldn't it be funny if all ICASA (allegedly) did was loosen a cable in iBurst portion of the DC.
Like my grandma always said....u know, being a Network specialist and all,.....Start at the physical.....LOL
......... or ....iburst is lying, we have generators for our DC
we are sorry, and preventative measures will be put in place for future
When I told the guy who called me to ask about itBust being, well, bust he said that he has servers in the Gallo Manor DC (gives him closest possible access for him connecting via iBurst) and he was having no problem getting to them. So, for this time around at least it seems that it wasn't MTN and their dodgy DC.If it is truly a power failure, then this is not acceptable from MTN, it could also affect afrihost in future as well.
/me is looking forward to the truth , cause the article is all about rumors.