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What are the best services to let you know the state of every internet service provider.

I recall there were companies that you could subscribe to that would let you see a graphical map of the status of were there are outages or problems throughout the web.

What are the best services for this? Paid or non-paid, whatever does the job is what I am looking for.

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When you say "every" do you mean globally or just some particular part of the planet? – John Gardeniers May 17 '11 at 21:48

Here's another one, although I believe it's focused on North America:

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