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  Reply # 576484 2-Feb-2012 20:54
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All DNS lookups I do succeed, so don't think it's a DNS issue.
I have pages that partially load, so I would suspect a cache issue.




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  Reply # 576485 2-Feb-2012 20:56
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the telecom website says broadband network all clear.... last updated jan 11..

very informative

Youtube is unreachable! :( How can live now.. *gets on knees and sulks* 




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  Reply # 576487 2-Feb-2012 20:57
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must be the crap tastic PROXY CACHE which i HATE.




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  Reply # 576488 2-Feb-2012 20:57
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da5id: Having probs at the moment accessing google, yahoo & yahoo mail, blogger.com etc...

Anyone else?
 


Almost everything has been horrible for the past hour (20:00 - 20:50).

In the end I put my 2degrees SIM into an Android phone and went onto their 3G. It worked.....though my Telecom DSL connection appeared to start working again at about the same time.

Maybe a router somewhere blew up




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  Reply # 576490 2-Feb-2012 20:58
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Stuff is loading now for me, I thought Stuff servers would of been held in NZ. Guess not.

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  Reply # 576491 2-Feb-2012 20:58
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I think it's a google cache issue as international sites work. Any site that use google analytics or any google service partially load

Stuff is hosted in NZ however they use google analytics
 

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  Reply # 576495 2-Feb-2012 21:01
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GregV: ditto, have filled out a fault report. GZ blog pages are fine, apart from links to things like googlesyndication.com etc.


Geekzone has been completely inaccessible at times in the past hour.  




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  Reply # 576496 2-Feb-2012 21:01
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Telecom New Zealand
Please give the Helpdesk team a call if you are having issues this evening - as soon as we have any issues update, we'll tweet it


Never mind the rest of the customers (elderly using it for ease of billing) that dont know what twitter is.

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  Reply # 576498 2-Feb-2012 21:02
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Telecom New Zealand
Please give the Helpdesk team a call if you are having issues this evening - as soon as we have any issues update, we'll tweet it


Never mind the rest of the customers (elderly using it for ease of billing) that dont know what twitter is.


why the hell would people wnna call telecom helpdesk now LOL EVERYONE will be calling. 




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  Reply # 576499 2-Feb-2012 21:03
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Local NZ sites seem to have come back up, overseas, nada from here in CH.

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  Reply # 576501 2-Feb-2012 21:06
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Yep broke for me here in chch (telecom) - most local sites are working, but a australian teamspeak server is not responding, and a ton of other sites i.e. youtube not working. Reddit is however :-)

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  Reply # 576503 2-Feb-2012 21:07
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Tel69: Local NZ sites seem to have come back up, overseas, nada from here in CH.


It's looking bumpy. Good for a minute or two then crap again.....but seems to be improving if I was going to hazard a trend at this point.  

My daughter seems to be OK on Telecom DSL, though she says it's slow....and my desktop is still on 2Degrees Mobile (wifi tethered).

(Beach Haven on the North Shore) 




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  Reply # 576505 2-Feb-2012 21:09
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Interestingly I have had no trouble connecting to my VPS hosted in Texas but stuff.co.nz is intermittently slow, telecom is inaccessible at times and no problems at other times.
Hope the boffins sort it out soon or I'll have to log off and read a book...
(Hamilton)

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  Reply # 576506 2-Feb-2012 21:10
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yes acting stupid for me right now, it is like being in dial up

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  Reply # 576507 2-Feb-2012 21:12
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The reason some New Zealand sites will be slow/fail to load is because some of these sites use google analytics and the like

Why does no one read.

Also my google cache guess was wrong as I can't www to my dedicated server in France either

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