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Topic # 138011 16-Dec-2013 22:00 One person supports this post Send private message

I sometimes have a problem accessing sites from my MacBook Air going through Wi-Fi and a Telecom Technicolor VDSL modem-router.

Could it be something to do with DNS settings? I see there's a problem with Windows 8.1 and wonder if it is more widespread.  See this thread:

Is there a simple way to check this from my Mac? 

Bill Bennett @billbennettnz

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  Reply # 953417 17-Dec-2013 00:41 Send private message

I also have problems accessing sites but after a while they work again, but it seems like a problem with my web browser more than anything. Also using a macbook air and VDSL...

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  Reply # 953443 17-Dec-2013 07:12 Send private message

I had a tweet telling me the problem is simply down to Telecom's slow DNS propagation. Could be correct. I'm not seeing the problem today - 24 hours after shifting hosts. 

Bill Bennett @billbennettnz

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