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Topic # 78751 7-Mar-2011 21:07 Send private message

Internet speed seems to be very slow tonight....

 

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  Reply # 446451 7-Mar-2011 21:17 Send private message

Its working that is the main thing

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  Reply # 446453 7-Mar-2011 21:21 Send private message



Orcon performing well as usual.

 

 



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  Reply # 446456 7-Mar-2011 21:28 Send private message

Which Auckland speedtest did you use? I believe one is hosted by Xnet and one by Vodafone which will obviously depend on the interconnection traffic between Telecom and those ISP's.

On Telecom compare to http://speedtest.telecom.co.nz/ for national speed.

For international San Jose in LA is a reasonable test, hosted by large photo provider (Flickr alternative) SmugMug. San Jose is also where the southern cross cable lands.

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  Reply # 446459 7-Mar-2011 21:32 Send private message

Mines a Little Wacky..

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  Reply # 446461 7-Mar-2011 21:38 Send private message

Sorry can't edit my post can a mod fix it thanks.. also note the page RENDERS REALY badly on IE9, Firefox 3.6.15 and FireFox 4 RC

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  Reply # 446477 7-Mar-2011 22:42 Send private message


all good here




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  Reply # 446502 8-Mar-2011 00:36 Send private message

Ive found some webpage links timeout. Others are fine. The first article on Xtra homepage, and the CCC link to earthquake updates has not worked for days FF and IE9

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  Reply # 446773 8-Mar-2011 20:21 Send private message

It's also very slow for me right now. A new firmware for my phone just came out, but it keeps timing out after a few minutes. SSH into my computer in Auckland Uni, downloaded it in seconds...

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  Reply # 446803 8-Mar-2011 21:13 Send private message

Slow for me on all Google services, youtube etc.

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  Reply # 446813 8-Mar-2011 21:59 Send private message

Slow for me running google tonight.

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  Reply # 446817 8-Mar-2011 22:24 Send private message

pacificshack: Slow for me running google tonight.


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