Last night, in an announcement about a widespread outage in the country’s Internet network, the regulatory organization announced the cause of this incident was a cable connection and a fire in one of the telecommunication company’s communication pools.
It was around noon yesterday that extensive disruptions were felt in the country’s Internet network and many users lost their access to the network. These disruptions continued until late last night, and the Regulatory Organization wrote in its announcement that it will resolve this problem by this morning.
Users announced that despite the antenna display on their mobile phones, they were unable to access the Internet and even some users had lost the ability to make calls. Many internet services and platforms were also interrupted last night, and banking systems were also disrupted.
NetBlocks also reported on its Twitter account that 21% of Iran’s internet has been disrupted.
The first announcement in this regard was published by the telecommunications company, the telecommunications company announced that this happened because of a fire in one of the communication pools of this company. Radio Communications Regulatory Organization also issued a notice about this issue last night with great delay.
The public relations of the Regulatory and Radio Communications Organization announced in an announcement that since the afternoon of last Monday, the 10th of August, following a fire in one of the telecommunication fiber optic ponds of Tehran province due to the connection of electric cables passing by this pond, the communications of the fixed part of the Iran Telecommunication Company in some From parts of the country, as well as the communications of Irancell in parts of Tehran province, it has been disrupted.
According to the announcement of the Iran Telecommunication Company, the exact cause of the fire is being investigated by this company, and communication routes were replaced from the early hours of the problem to reduce the effects of communication disruption. In its announcement, the regulator wrote that this disruption will be resolved by this morning.
Further, while apologizing to the subscribers for the problems, the Regulatory Organization announced that the company’s experts made a field visit to the accident site and the relevant information and necessary measures to diagnose the issue were put on their agenda.