This is a monthly summary of uptime on the Avonline/Tooway Satellite broadband connection, as measured by RIPE Atlas probes installed on site.
|Period||Total Connected Time||Total Disconnected time||Total Availability||Cumulative Mean (mean of means)||Probe ID|
|September 11 2013 to December 31 2013||101d 17h 29m||9d 16h 45m||91.30%||91.30%||232/10460|
|January 2014||30d 7h 6m||0d 16h 53m||97.73%||94.51%||10460|
|February 2014||27d 20h 29m||0d 3h 30m||99.48%||96.17%||10460|
|March 2014||30d 19h 4m||0d 4h 55m||99.34%||96.96%||10460|
|April 2014||29d 16h 30m||0d 7h 29m||98.96%||97.36%||10460|
|May 2014||30d 21h 13m||0d 2h 46m||99.63%||97.74%||10460|
|June 2014||29d 19h 52m||0d 4h 7m||99.43%||97.98%||10460|
It’s fairly obvious from this that, after a very poor start from the point at which the system was installed on 11 September 2013, there’s been a rising trend of service availability, which is definitely very welcome. Details of actual throughput achieved at various points is here.
- Figures shown purely relate to uptime of the satellite connection (the route automatically fails over to terrestrial broadband when the satellite link is lost).
- For dates in 2013, this does understate availability of the satellite connection as the router used was not good at reverting to the satellite connection once it came back up – this had to be done manually.