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is anything sailing down

i keep getting network time out for the last 24 hours
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See here http://www.sailnet.com/forums/off-to...59-s-down.html


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Something's wrong - can't get a response from their servers. ?...
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Something's wrong - can't get a response from their servers. ?...
Yea, no phone service, see my post above.


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I guess that Alex and Chris can't pay the phone bill...

I wonder if they will put an SOS out like this one: Latitude 38 - The West's Premier Sailing & Marine Magazine
The headline could be: "Servers stuck on sandbar can't get off!"
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The only reason I'm actually here right now is because AS is down... *sigh*.

Wayyy too many ads for me - and it's way too slow to boot.

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The domain name is anything-sailing.com, not anythingsailing.com. No, it is not a domain name renewal issue.

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It's a communications service provider issue. (aka a backhoe cut the phone company's cables). The issue is being worked on. it should be up today however they said it could be down as late as tomorrow (wednesday)

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BTW, they're back up...

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Re: is anything sailing down

This is a 3 year old thread, but it appears that the site is down again since at least yesterday. And it may be a domain name renewal issue, according to the default page I'm getting. Can anyone confirm or correct this?

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