…and like most of the stuff I do here, it hasn’t been accessed, hasn’t had a registration and hasn’t even been defaced! (no, I am not asking for it to be hacked)
However folks this is a free, pre-built, but completely edititable site available to the first Asus fan that shows up to register and take over. Registration gets you admin rights and that means you can play away with themes, appearance and content.
So someone show some initiative and help relieve me of my conundrum, which is, do I just dump this virtual server? The answer should be no, but, after a week, I am having my doubts…the site is here!
I have no clue what the issue is. While it may simply be a connectivity issue such as a weak signal it is definitely not due to the equipment at my end.
The router and all associated connections are good. The actual cable modem passes a diagnostic, but the only cure seems to be unplugging the actual cable, which looks to be fine and re-plugging it in, then I get several hours of good connection.
The cable company claims there are no outages, but there are obviously issues.
I will keep everyone updated as soon as I have an answer.
So after no real visits to the site except bots, I reset the site back to a Demo site. So now you can use all 3 Demo sites to play on.
This happens quite often and is no big deal, so someone try out the damned Demo Sites.
Instructions are simple… the subdomain name (like totallyfree.yourfreewordpress.com) is the user name,database name and password to run a setup. That means the first word BEFORE the first “.”, like totallyfree in the example kiddies.
Yeah, we are not talking a few hrs of downtime here, we are talking the bulk of the day from at 10am thru 1:30 am today…exact times I am not sure of but I do know that for a minimum of almost 14 hrs Mediacom cable Internet was 100% dead.
That of course killed access to this server and about 6 others I have running. There really is no excuse for ANY internet provider to be down for that long. I can see a few hrs, but more than 50% of the day? Uh, no, that simply isn’t acceptable unless you live here in crackerland, also known as Kentucky where apparently low-quality service is the rule of thumb, not the exception.