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  • Where did WolfPaw Hosting go??

    I have a client who was using WolfPaw for their hosting. They just disappeared into thin air yesterday, website, phone and all!?!?! Does anyone know what happened to them? Are they down temporarily/permanently?? Any info is appreciated.
    David Limon
    E-Commerce Signal

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    http://www.ecommercesignal.com
    http://www.davidlimon.com

  • I'm having the same issue.

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    • I've reached out to Miva too but haven't heard back.... I was hoping maybe WolfPaw Hosting communicated something to Miva.... If Miva lets me know something outside of the forum I will post it here.
      David Limon
      E-Commerce Signal

      [email protected]
      http://www.ecommercesignal.com
      http://www.davidlimon.com

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      • I just spoke to them. Their upstream provider at their facility is down and when it's back up, they'll be back up. You can get data from Cogent on the issue: http://status.cogentco.com
        Thanks,

        Rick Wilson
        CEO
        Miva, Inc.
        [email protected]
        https://www.miva.com

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        • As of right now this is the Cogent status:

          Welcome to the Cogent Communications status page. Customers at 5851 Westside Ave, Equinix in New Jersey are currently experiencing an outage. This outage is being caused by a major fiber cut in the area. Damage has been located under large construction equipment that requires a third party to move. No ETA at this time. No ETR at this time. Master ticket is HD10547847.
          Thanks,

          Rick Wilson
          CEO
          Miva, Inc.
          [email protected]
          https://www.miva.com

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          • Thank you SO MUCH Rick! I really appreciate the info. While I might be thankful, some of their customers may not be so appreciative that they have no clue what is going on or any way to reach them..... Thanks again Rick for being proactive!
            David Limon
            E-Commerce Signal

            [email protected]
            http://www.ecommercesignal.com
            http://www.davidlimon.com

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            • You're welcome, yeah I could hear the stress when they answered the phone, no fun.
              Thanks,

              Rick Wilson
              CEO
              Miva, Inc.
              [email protected]
              https://www.miva.com

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              • Yikes..... Yeah, I'm sure their stress level is off the charts!
                David Limon
                E-Commerce Signal

                [email protected]
                http://www.ecommercesignal.com
                http://www.davidlimon.com

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                • hmmm...never knew construction equipment was hard to hotwire...uh, not that I have any real experiance in that area...
                  Bruce Golub
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                  • Bruce.. the newer stuff is harder to hotwire... My grandpa had an old tractor and some other stuff we hot-wired as kids so we could drive it around.

                    Nowadays they have chip enabled keys just like our cars... and esp in place like the "big city" companies often put gps trackers with geofences and if moved outside the 'fence' the motors cut out. They can cut them off remotely outside of work hours too now. super fancy... not that I would have any real experience in that area either...

                    I wonder if anyone in my neighborhood might have a bulldozer? I am curious... I might need to clean out a cow shed. It is getting deep.

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                    • LOL. Yea, kind of expected that of course, esp when they are half million or more in cost. Fun age to live in. Someone managed to steal a car at my son's work (ok, managed not so much the keys where in it) (Mercedes Benz R & D). They then proceeded to have a good time messing with the guy as the car can be controlled completely via remote. He suspect the guy left the keys in on purpose.
                      Bruce Golub
                      Phosphor Media - "Your Success is our Business"

                      Improve Your Customer Service | Get MORE Customers | Edit CSS/Javascript/HTML Easily | Make Your Site Faster | Get Indexed by Google | Free Modules | Follow Us on Facebook
                      phosphormedia.com

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                      • Yeah! just came back up! Thanks Rick for looking into this.

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                        • That's good to hear!
                          Thanks,

                          Rick Wilson
                          CEO
                          Miva, Inc.
                          [email protected]
                          https://www.miva.com

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