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Topic # 109350 18-Sep-2012 16:00 Send private message

Just been told by a slingshot user that they can't see their website that is hosted on iserve /orcon. Anyone with slingshot having this problem with https://console.iserve.net.nz/ or other iserve hosted sites? I'm not with slingshot so can't test it myself, but hte site works fine on other ISPs and though hidemyass

TIA

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  Reply # 687791 18-Sep-2012 16:21

No problem here, on a Slingshot (non-AYCE plan). May be worth seeing if someone on AYCE can see it, as there seem to have been issues with certain sites in the past?

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  Reply # 687793 18-Sep-2012 16:26 Send private message

I can see it on Slingshot AYCE





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  Reply # 687794 18-Sep-2012 16:26 Send private message

I'm on AYCE.

Just went to https://console.iserve.net.nz/ and it appeared to load without any problem.

HTH



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  Reply # 687798 18-Sep-2012 16:36 Send private message

Thanks all. I presume then it must just be my clients connection.

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  Reply # 688017 19-Sep-2012 09:35 Send private message

mattwnz: Thanks all. I presume then it must just be my clients connection.


Hi, 

If you are still having issues can you please PM me the account number and a tracert to the site in question?

Thanks,
Ben




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