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Topic # 107102 7-Aug-2012 13:23 Send private message

Hey,

Can anyone else with a Telecom DSL connection, or other type connection if you like, test a page for me?

http://amp.vero.co.nz

What should happen is you should get redirected to https://amp.vero.co.nz.

However with 3 Telecom DSL customers I've tested it with it isn't working, you just get the Page cannot be displayed error.

It works fine on our fibre and Vodafone DSL connections.








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  Reply # 668967 7-Aug-2012 13:47 Send private message

Tested on Galaxy Note (Telecom) - working fine using default (ICS) browser.




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  Reply # 668999 7-Aug-2012 14:07 Send private message

Does the right thing here on a Telecom connection behind a gen-i proxy.

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  Reply # 669033 7-Aug-2012 14:27 Send private message

Tried rebooting your modem and/or router?






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  Reply # 669048 7-Aug-2012 14:41 Send private message

As I said this is not working at three different sites and the only common thing between them is that they are all on a Telecom DSL connection. They're all using different routers too.

I've just tested from a forth client's site, who is also Telecom, but they are not in our city, and the problem also exists at their site.
So that's 4 Telecom sites that are all showing the same issue of not being able to redirect from http://amp.vero.co.nz to https://amp.vero.co.nz.
You can browse fine to the https site if you type that in directly though so it's just the redirection that isn't working.

Update: Just tried from a residential client, who is on Telecom DSL, and it works OK from there.
So the other sites that it isn't working on could be because they are on a business connection??? They all have static IPs, while the home connection I tested on doesn't, so could that make a difference?




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  Reply # 669059 7-Aug-2012 15:06 Send private message

Just tried on one of our test machines that has a static ip (EUBA connection) - works fine ...

oh ... may have just found something ... checking ...




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  Reply # 669063 7-Aug-2012 15:07 Send private message

CYaBro: As I said this is not working at three different sites and the only common thing between them is that they are all on a Telecom DSL connection. They're all using different routers too.

I've just tested from a forth client's site, who is also Telecom, but they are not in our city, and the problem also exists at their site.
So that's 4 Telecom sites that are all showing the same issue of not being able to redirect from http://amp.vero.co.nz to https://amp.vero.co.nz.
You can browse fine to the https site if you type that in directly though so it's just the redirection that isn't working.

Update: Just tried from a residential client, who is on Telecom DSL, and it works OK from there.
So the other sites that it isn't working on could be because they are on a business connection??? They all have static IPs, while the home connection I tested on doesn't, so could that make a difference?


Tried by Telecom at home and had the same problem, fine in work on xnet.

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  Reply # 669065 7-Aug-2012 15:08 Send private message

Timed out on my Telecom ADSL2+ connection here at home.




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  Reply # 669069 7-Aug-2012 15:11 Send private message

CYaBro: Hey,

Can anyone else with a Telecom DSL connection, or other type connection if you like, test a page for me?

http://amp.vero.co.nz

What should happen is you should get redirected to https://amp.vero.co.nz.

However with 3 Telecom DSL customers I've tested it with it isn't working, you just get the Page cannot be displayed error.

It works fine on our fibre and Vodafone DSL connections.






Doesn't work. Contact the vero website to fix it, they may need to contact telecom

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  Reply # 669078 7-Aug-2012 15:26 Send private message

CYaBro, you wouldn't happen to have the static ip address would you ?

... or any of the ip address that are having issues would be good too ..

I'm seeing if plambrechtsen can pop in "officially" in a bit




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  Reply # 669080 7-Aug-2012 15:27 Send private message

Looks simple enough and should work.....
telnet amp.vero.co.nz 80
Trying 202.47.81.246...
Connected to amp.vero.co.nz.
Escape character is '^]'.
GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: amp.vero.co.nz

HTTP/1.1 302 Moved Temporarily
Location: HTTPS://amp.vero.co.nz/
Connection: close
Cache-Control: no-cache
Pragma: no-cache



Ulless the Capital HTTPS is confusing things on Telecom's Side. Can you go to https://amp.vero.co.nz directly?


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  Reply # 669094 7-Aug-2012 15:40 Send private message

LennonNZ: 

Ulless the Capital HTTPS is confusing things on Telecom's Side. Can you go to https://amp.vero.co.nz directly?



Yes, for me the https works, the http fails though.




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  Reply # 669103 7-Aug-2012 15:56 Send private message

No go here (Telecom dsl) using IE9.



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  Reply # 669104 7-Aug-2012 16:01 Send private message

qraider: CYaBro, you wouldn't happen to have the static ip address would you ?

... or any of the ip address that are having issues would be good too ..

I'm seeing if plambrechtsen can pop in "officially" in a bit


They are all in the 125.236.???.??? range.




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  Reply # 669105 7-Aug-2012 16:02 Send private message

Tested here on XT MBB without an issue and a DSL circuit I have at the office without an issue but was contacted by a 3rd level support guy who has duplicated it on a certain customer type.

So if people are having the issue please can you e-mail me pl at telecom dot co dot nz with your relevant information.

- Account Number
- Phone number of the DSL connection.
- IP Address assigned to your broadband connection

And I will forward it onto the 3rd level guy who is working on it.

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  Reply # 669120 7-Aug-2012 16:24 Send private message

CYaBro:
qraider: CYaBro, you wouldn't happen to have the static ip address would you ?

... or any of the ip address that are having issues would be good too ..

I'm seeing if plambrechtsen can pop in "officially" in a bit


They are all in the 125.236.???.??? range.


If you could send the info to plambrechtsen we'll hopefully get it sorted for you asap.




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