In MyLevel3, hover over the Support & Maintenance tab to select an option. Your permissions determine which support and maintenance tools are available to you.
Trouble Tickets—help us fix problems with your services, including recently activated services.
Change Requests—make changes to your services.
Network Maintenance—use the network maintenance calendar to view scheduled network maintenance events.
LNP Ticketing—create local number porting tickets.
Portal Support Tickets—submit a ticket if you experience problems with MyLevel3.
Subscriptions—set up subscriptions by service, product or physical location.
Repair Contacts—set up repair contacts so we know whom to contact if a problem occurs.
Colocation Requests—request access to a CenturyLink facility for your tech or request field tech support from us.
Security Trouble Tickets—create tickets for your security services (access requires two-factor authorization).
Security Change Requests—submit requests for changes to your security services (access requires two-factor authorization).
Managing trouble tickets
Using MyLevel3, you can create, update, escalate, and a cancel trouble ticket on your former Level 3 services. From the Support & Maintenance tab, select TroubleTickets.
MyLevel3 opens the Trouble Tickets page, where you can:
view a list of all trouble tickets created on any of your services by anyone within the last 30 days (you can adjust the date range to go as far back as one year)
see at a glance how many trouble tickets you have: total, open, closed
sort your tickets by status and type
search for services and accounts
print and export search results
view more details for a ticket (hover over a ticket ID)
add and remove columns from your view or reset the columns to the default (click the Grid Selection icon)
create a new ticket (click New Trouble Ticket)
Note: If you use legacy Level 3 security services with two-factor authorization security access in MyLevel3 (such as DDoS Mitigation), you’ll find security trouble tickets on a separate page. There, you can create and view tickets for those services.
Viewing scheduled network maintenance events
You can plan around scheduled network maintenance events, or request that an event be rescheduled, with the Network Maintenance Calendar. From the Support & Maintenance tab, select NetworkMaintenance.
MyLevel3 alerts you in advance about expected maintenance on the network affecting your services.
view scheduled network maintenance events in a list or on calendar view
add a maintenance window to your personal calendar
create an inquiry ticket to ask questions about an event or request that it be rescheduled
Setting up subscriptions and repair contacts
You can set up a subscription to be notified of any problem with a service, product, or location. When anyone opens a trouble ticket or when CenturyLink schedules network maintenance, you—and anyone else whose email you provide—will receive an email alert.
You can also designate up to three repair contacts who CenturyLink can call when we find a service problem or need to visit one of your sites.
From the Support & Maintenance tab, select either Subscriptions or RepairContacts.
Creating portal support tickets
You can submit a portal support ticket if you have a problem accessing the MyLevel3 customer portal or with performing tasks in the portal.
From the Support & Maintenance tab, select Portal Support Ticket. MyLevel3 opens the Portal Support Ticketing page, where you can provide the needed information and submit your ticket.
Our portal support team responds to requests within 48 hours. Contact the team if you need help with your portal support ticket:
877-453-8353, option 2, then 3 (6:00 am–6:00 pm MT)
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