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# 138756 15-Jan-2014 19:29
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I can ping the DNS servers (203.97.78.43 & 203.97.78.44) but can only get the browsers to work if I change the IP4 DNS setting on my machine to use the google public DNS @ 8.8.8.8

Any one else having issues?

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  # 967751 15-Jan-2014 19:55
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May have just been my router, reset it's DNS settings to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 and rebooted, and network now back online

 
 
 
 


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  # 967758 15-Jan-2014 20:29
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Dunno about anyone else but mobile data not working for me or the wife

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  # 967759 15-Jan-2014 20:32
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langers1972: Dunno about anyone else but mobile data not working for me or the wife


Working fine for me on 4G,

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  # 967761 15-Jan-2014 20:34
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Just lost all signal and now it's back. In Raumati Beach. The H+ just completely disappeared and then came back so something going on.

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  # 967764 15-Jan-2014 20:37
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langers1972: Just lost all signal and now it's back. In Raumati Beach. The H+ just completely disappeared and then came back so something going on.


Not sure where that is but we are back to normal BAU work now upgrading sites around NZ

 
 
 
 


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  # 967765 15-Jan-2014 20:39
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Yes I know the location (Google maps) and if I remember correct it is part of planned work, Was checking out the list before I left this evening

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