Original incident notification from Cloudflare
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May 24, 16:45 UTC
Resolved - Our transit provider has resolved the issue and services have resumed normal operation.
May 24, 07:04 UTC
Monitoring - The transit provider has identified the root cause and is working to provide a solution. The interim workaround currently implemented continues to successfully reduce the number of HTTP 525 errors for the impacted customers
May 24, 05:26 UTC
Update - A workaround has been put in place to reduce the number of the HTTP 525 errors. Cloudflare continues to work with the transit provider to solve the root cause
May 24, 02:56 UTC
Update - Cloudflare has isolated the problem to a specific transit provider. We are providing them with all the information available to help troubleshoot the issue.
May 23, 20:13 UTC
Update - Cloudflare continues to investigate an increased level of HTTP 525 Errors in the Chennai, India area.
We have reached out to transit providers to share what we are observing. We are also proactively identifying and applying mitigations for our customers to reduce impact while the networking issues in the region persist.
May 23, 08:34 UTC
Investigating - Cloudflare is investigating an increased level of HTTP 525 Errors in Chennai, India area.
We are working to analyse and mitigate this problem. More updates to follow shortly.
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