ICON Fault Advice

Australian Government | ICON

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  1. In the first instance, check carefully to ensure that the fault does not lie with your entity (see check list below).
  2. In the course of investigating any reported fault, the attending ICON technician/s will determine the source of the fault - either within the ICON Network (a fibre fault or a fault within ICON supplied circulators) or within the relevant entity (and owner of the link).

Note: Submission of this form confirms that the appropriate delegate has been advised that if the fault is not within the ICON network, the entity must accept responsibility for the fault and consequent liability for the call-out fee of the attending technician along with any cost associated with fixing the problem (minimum call-out charge is $500 ex GST).

CUSTOMER DETAILS
Date/Time Service Lost
Date/Time Service Lost
Loss of Service date
Loss of Service time
Note: use the "Reset Form" button on the bottom left-hand corner to reset fields if clicked by accident.
ENTITY CHECKLIST

 
Please provide the OTDR test results when submitting this form (if available) (send to ICON@Finance.gov.au)
Has the physical patching and logical interface been checked at both ends?
2. Has the physical patching and logical interface been checked at both ends?
Is part packet loss being experienced?
3. Is part packet loss being experienced?

If you answered YES to Question 3, then it is unlikely this is a physical ICON fault.

Is the fault intermittent?
4. Is the fault intermittent?

If you answered YES to Question 4, then it is unlikely this is a physical ICON fault.

Interfaces must be administratively shut or physically disconnected from both ends of the faulty link(s)
5. Interfaces must be administratively shut or physically disconnected from both ends of the faulty link(s) prior to ICON testing the link(s) to determine the issue and implementing the repair process.

If you answered NO to question 5, the ICON fault rectification process cannot begin until the interfaces are shut down or disconnected.

6. Any additional Information that ICON should be made aware of: