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Topic # 101180 26-Apr-2012 06:10 Send private message

Anyone else seeing this issue on TCL? I can connect to the app store on my iPhone if I use 3G but if I connect via wifi its a no go. Also cant connect to iTunes store or Mac app store from my mac either (wired connection).

This happened the other day as well but came right again yesterday. Now its broken again.

If its just me I'll try another router to see if its an issue at my end but the fact I can get to other sites makes me think its more likely to be a TCL issue.




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  Reply # 615260 26-Apr-2012 08:05 Send private message

I am having a similar issue, I can connect and browse the Mac App Store, but cannot download any apps/updates. Also on Telstraclear Cable, in Chch







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  Reply # 615263 26-Apr-2012 08:13 Send private message

swapped the DNS servers around - secondary to primary - and can access both now. Haven't tried actually downloading anything though.




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  Reply # 615266 26-Apr-2012 08:16 Send private message

I had a similar problem last weekend, but while trying to rent a movie - managed to rent it but downloading would stop with "unknown error 55". I then started a VPN and it downloaded fine, even if a lot slower than my usual five to ten minutes time. I haven't tried another rental since, but if TelstraClear needs some testing done I'm sure they could easily reproduce this one.

Certainly something on TelstraClear DNS is pointing to the wrong place...





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