Solving Problems Outside Your Network
You've narrowed your problem down to something happening on a network outside your control. Usually, that means something outside your local network is failing. When you don't have control of the failing part of the network, the only option is working with the people who do control that part of the network.
You're probably aware of the challenges related to convincing someone to help you fix a network problem. New problems mean more work for any business, and more work means spending money that could be spent on something else. With this in mind, most companies you reach out to will do their best to make sure you maintain ownership of the problem.
An economic incentive such as this one can feel disheartening, but there's another equally powerful force at play here. Businesses rely on customers to stay in business. If they never help the people who pay them, they won't stay in business for long. Our process for inspiring service provider action relies on this principle.
Persuading someone to help you fix a problem on their network involves building a case, making contact, and escalating the issue if you need to.
Continue and we'll get into what makes a compelling case for a network problem.