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Topic # 112570 13-Dec-2012 00:19 Send private message

I'm having really crappy performance watching YouTube - constant stuttering and video stopping. I've rebooted the router, I'm the only person on - is there an issue, a bottle neck in Wellington (specifically the Hutt Valley?).




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  Reply # 731707 13-Dec-2012 00:47 Send private message

Yeah, it's not its normally snappy self at the moment for me either!

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  Reply # 731743 13-Dec-2012 07:49 Send private message

Post router stats and speed test...




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  Reply # 731755 13-Dec-2012 08:03 Send private message

I'm in Christchurch, and last night would have been the worst I have ever seen YouTube, something I had watched earlier in the day took ages to load back in around 10pm-11pm, so much so I thought I had locked up..
Seems ok this morning tho...

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  Reply # 731788 13-Dec-2012 09:24 Send private message

Same for me in ChCh last night. Had to let if buffer a while. Have seen this happen before, usually resolves itself after a while.

Decided maybe it was a good idea to get an early night anyway :)

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  Reply # 731812 13-Dec-2012 09:53 Send private message

I too was trying to watch something last night around 11pm and it was slow as a wet week.




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  Reply # 732003 13-Dec-2012 13:13 Send private message

I had issues with trying to download YouTube videos, started at 1MB/sec and by the time I gave up was crawling at 7kb/sec. had no issues with watching on YouTube however.

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  Reply # 732062 13-Dec-2012 14:31 Send private message

im watching the 121212 concert live streaming in full HD on Youtube with no buffering, so it's working here

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  Reply # 732064 13-Dec-2012 14:36 Send private message

schools out !

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  Reply # 732233 13-Dec-2012 19:38 Send private message

Back to normal now!

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  Reply # 732276 13-Dec-2012 21:24 Send private message

Didnt really try it much yesterday but its working fine on my android tv box tonight. Even over my flakey wifi.




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