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Topic # 101957 12-May-2012 20:18
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I'm on Vodafone broadband, never had congestion/ slow down before, the last week or so international browsing etc seem quite sluggish. I have spoke a couple of friends in different parts of Auckland and they have been noticing it too.

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  Reply # 624147 12-May-2012 21:34
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Same here, based in Auckland CBD.

Haven't logged a fault as it still works, just not as instantaneous as it used to be.

Would add I get a few ?Page cannot be displayed? errors, a refresh and the page displays straight away.

Guess DNS servers are getting busy.

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  Reply # 624218 13-May-2012 07:45
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Not noticed it myself to be all honest.
I'll keep an eye on it.




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  Reply # 624237 13-May-2012 09:11
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last night we had a issue for a few hours and this was resolved around 10:45ish

Not DNS related

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