LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — 8:15 A.M. UPDATE: CenturyLink is now reporting that all service has been restored.
We are able to confirm that all services impacted by today’s IP outage have been restored. We understand how important these services are to our customers, and we sincerely apologize for the impact this outage caused.— CenturyLink (@CenturyLink) August 30, 2020
8 A.M. UPDATE: CenturyLink is now saying that service is starting to come back in some areas. That includes 13 Action News, although our systems are running slowly. We appreciate your patience. Check back here for updates.
We are working hard to fix an IP outage and have begun to see restoration in several areas. We’ve pulled in every resource available to resolve the outage as soon as we are able and will continue to provide additional updates as they are available.— CenturyLink (@CenturyLink) August 30, 2020
There appears to be a major internet outage in Las Vegas and other areas of the country and Europe for Centurylink customers.
Our technicians are working to resolve an IP outage. Ensuring the reliability of our services is our top priority. We will provide regular updates on our progress.— CenturyLink (@CenturyLink) August 30, 2020
About 3,600 Centurylink subscribers have reported outages so far. The outage appears to have began early this morning.
Most reported locations are Minneapolis, Albuquerque, Los Angeles, Orlando, Chicago, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Miami and Portland.
This outage is currently affecting some functions at 13 Action News, including the ability to livestream out news this morning.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
You can track the outage at DownDetector.com.