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  # 274355 18-Nov-2009 23:10
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I'll do a topic tomorrow regarding a separate issue which is really confusing me, I live in Wattle Downs, Auckland, and I get faster results doing a speedtest to the CHCH server than to the Auckland one, Not just little boosts, like Auckland is just under 300 down, chch is over 2megs. lol




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  # 274368 18-Nov-2009 23:48
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Auckland speedtest.net is hosted by Xnet, it's probably an Xnet problem.

If you are on Telecom you can use http://zeus.jetstream.co.nz/ this to double check your speed

This web server is connected directly to Telecom's Multi Service Core network via a 100Mb Ethernet link. Due to the central location and unconstrained connection into Telecom's core Internet VPN this makes it a good web site to test download performance assuming you are an Xtra retail customer.

 
 
 
 


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  # 274381 19-Nov-2009 06:55
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This one is also directly connected to the telecom network isn't it ?
It is what they get you to use when you are having problems for testing..

http://www.telecom.co.nz/bbspeed/telecom500.htm

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  # 274410 19-Nov-2009 09:04
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tardtasticx: I'll do a topic tomorrow regarding a separate issue which is really confusing me, I live in Wattle Downs, Auckland, and I get faster results doing a speedtest to the CHCH server than to the Auckland one, Not just little boosts, like Auckland is just under 300 down, chch is over 2megs. lol


Your computer can only download as fast as the speedtest server can sent the data, If your using speedtest.net I think the tauranga server is the fastest.

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  # 274419 19-Nov-2009 09:43
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Somethings changed, either that or it is because it's in the mourning.

Upload speed is slower, but still ok, ping gone from 83ms to just over 200, and over 400 in other parts of Australia, but download speed has gone way up, and connection looks a lot more stable. It goes in one continous motion, where before it was starting and stopping during test.


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  # 274448 19-Nov-2009 11:56
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Just before midday today. Fantastic, absolutely fantastic, thankyou whoever fixed it.

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  # 274465 19-Nov-2009 12:50
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This certainly has been a bit of a pickle trying to figure out what is/was going on here, not sure we're 100% there yet as far as resolution, but good to know the changes so far are having an impact




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  # 274539 19-Nov-2009 17:13
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Put it back to the way it was at lunch tme please :(


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  # 274541 19-Nov-2009 17:24
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Everything is still flying along here ok Doozy.
Thanks for fixing it up .. Well done !!

http://www.telecom.co.nz/bbspeed/telecom500.htm
Your line speed is approximately 17041 Kbps or 2088.4 KB/sec




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  # 274585 19-Nov-2009 20:51
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my speeds are almost exactly the same as your's cafeg.




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  # 274636 20-Nov-2009 05:33
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Now we are getting somewhere !


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  # 274707 20-Nov-2009 11:42
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I find that my connection seems to be turning into the proverbial each night at around 10:30 - 11. Connection timeouts, lots of jitter, pages partially download, then stop, then kick back into life. Man, its horrible.

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  # 274737 20-Nov-2009 14:05
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Can someone reply if they are STILL having any issues please? Or did last night.

After ideally your IP address, your DSLAM if you know it. and maybe a traceroute to a site with high throughput?

Cheers,

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  # 274748 20-Nov-2009 14:32
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adslgeek: Can someone reply if they are STILL having any issues please? Or did last night.

After ideally your IP address, your DSLAM if you know it. and maybe a traceroute to a site with high throughput?

Cheers,


If you are using TC DNS or other would be good too thanks




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  # 274850 20-Nov-2009 22:32
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Speeds have dropped considerably again. Back to the crawling it was doing earlier this week




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