Hi @Knightowl. Unfortunately the timeline is “at least a month away.” When I spoke to the engineer in charge of network connectivity last Friday, he had built out a plan and had signoff on it from the broader group. He hadn’t yet started coding it and has a bunch of prerequisite projects to complete first.
As I mentioned above, we’re slowly migrating our networking architecture towards being “more serverside.” Before we can start implementing the code to “quarantine the networking lepers”, we first need to have more of the networking code running serverside so we can reliably discern what is happening in the networking state.
I also wish this all could move faster, but unfortunately every networking architecture change is sorta “brain surgery” on our codebase which needs to be done carefully code reviewed, repeatedly QAed, and rolled out live piecemeal and tested incrementally before moving onto the next piece.