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Archived Service Announcements

This page contains details of all upcoming and recent RIPE NCC Service Announcements.

If you have any questions about any of these announcements, please do get in touch.

LIR Portal Under Maintenance - 31 October, 16:00-19:00 UTC
LIR Portal Under Maintenance - 27 October, 15:00-16:00 UTC
Possibly Incomplete Data from a Subset of RIS Collectors

Thursday 19 October: temporary malfunctioning in the processing pipeline for new RIS data leading to some missing data in our datasets.

Intermittent backend problems with RIPEstat, RIPE Atlas and DNSMON

We are currently experiencing intermittent problems with our back end storage systems behind RIPEstat, RIPE Atlas and DNSMON. You may experience problems when retrieving information from these services. There is no impact on data collection for these services or on any of the other RIPE NCC services.

IPv6 Connectivity Issues for Multiple Services

12 September 2017 at 9:30 UTC: we rolled out a faulty configuration to some of the RIPE NCC's server groups, which removed IPv6 support from the affected servers. Error corrected at 9:50 UTC; full recovery of all affected services was took until approximately 10:30 UTC. All servers and services remained reachable and functioning over IPv4 during this time.

Short Downtime for Whois Updates

On Friday, 1 September 2017, we will apply a patch to the Whois master database server. This will cause a short downtime of up to 30 minutes for Whois updates. Queries will not be affected.

Archived: New Membership Application Page Under Maintenance

The New Membership Application page of my.ripe.net is under maintenance until 12:00 midday on Monday, 14 August 2017. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Failed Whois updates
Interruption to several RIPE NCC services

We’re currently experiencing some infrastructure issues that are affecting several RIPE NCC services.

DNS Resolution Issues

From 12:00 - 14:30 UTC+2, a number of zones experienced DNS resolution problems due to expired DNSSEC signatures. The problem is now resolved.