Dyn: Disruptions to the streaming service


Dyn seems to be down at the moment. Users of the streaming service mainly complain about problems with playback. You can find out from us what we know about the problem so far.

Dyn is currently struggling with some impairments. (Source: Richard W. Schaber)

The TV streaming service Dyn has been struggling with a disruption since around 6 p.m. today, September 14th. Users of the platform mainly report difficulties with the playback of content, the connection and the login via our troubleshooting service. The Dyn website and app are also currently experiencing some difficulties.

If you want to take the problem into your own hands, we advise you to test Dyn on different devices. If you switch between your browsers, the streaming service failure may be resolved. As soon as there is news about the disruption, you can read it here.

Also interesting…

Current fault map from Dyn

This outage map was last updated on September 21, 2023 at 11:04 a.m. You can find a more current version in our fault reporter for Dyn. There we also try to help you – as far as possible – with troubleshooting.

Dyn fault map

Cities and regions affected

  • Goch
  • Market wide
  • Cologne
  • Munich

Most common disorders

  • Other problems (0%)
  • Login (33.33%)
  • Smart TV (33.33%)
  • Clay (0%)
  • Android app (0%)
  • app (0%)
  • iOS app (16.67%)
  • Website (0%)
  • Playback (16.67%)
  • Connection problems (0%)

Report fault

Fault detector from netzwelt.de

We continuously measure the availability of Dyn’s servers and services and show you any problems or disruptions. Here you can find the current error status for Dyn, support addresses and messages from the manufacturer about this problem. There you can also see whether the disruption is a local or national problem.

You can always see current disruptions and problems in our fault reporter. There we list the most important internet providers, network providers, online games and streaming services for you. You can also use our speed test to check whether there is a problem with your own line.

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