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Offline Squawk 7700

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LiveATC Service Monitor
« on: December 11, 2013, 04:39:51 PM »
Does the LiveATC service monitor detect connectivity errors along the feeder's network chain from say the PC's network port all the way to the DSL modem? Does it also detect any problems with the USB Audio devices?

I'm getting intermittent critical problem alerts on my Oakland feeds. It comes and goes and fixes itself within a few hours?

Just trying to do some troubleshooting here.

Thanks!

Ken


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KHWD Ground/Tower
KOAK Del/Gnd/Twr
KSFO NORCAL App Rwy 28L/R
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NORCAL Approach (KOAK)
NORCAL Departure (KSFO/KOAK)
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ZOA Oakland Center (35/40/41)
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RJTT Tokyo Control
RJTT Twr/TCA + Ground

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Re: LiveATC Service Monitor
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2013, 05:39:31 PM »
Does the LiveATC service monitor detect connectivity errors along the feeder's network chain from say the PC's network port all the way to the DSL modem? Does it also detect any problems with the USB Audio devices?

I'm getting intermittent critical problem alerts on my Oakland feeds. It comes and goes and fixes itself within a few hours?

Just trying to do some troubleshooting here.

Thanks!

Ken

Ken-

Those real-time outage notifications come from an end-to-end test - so all we know is whether the feed is connected or not.  It does not have any visibility into your internal network.  So an internal network issue inside your house is the same as a connection issue with your cable or DSL connection - and the same as an internet routing issue between your ISP and LiveATC.

If it's fixing itself I wouldn't worry about it - I'd only worry if it continues and/or the feeds stay down.

-Dave