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Topic # 41364 14-Sep-2009 19:39
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Sorry Folks, we have an issue with all DSL connections at present, this is requiring a restart of a major piece of kit and takes 10 to 15 minutes to restart.

We sincerely apologies for this inconvenience.





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  Reply # 255717 14-Sep-2009 19:44
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This shoul now be back up, some users may need to restart their modems.

Again our apologies for this outage.




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  Reply # 255718 14-Sep-2009 19:45
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Happened just as I switched my modem for another one O.o

Had me jumping around the config screens for a bit until I checked the logs.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 255720 14-Sep-2009 19:46
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Thanks Maverick - all back to normal now for me in Wellington...

Cheers Mike



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  Reply # 255723 14-Sep-2009 19:57
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Sorry Guys, major software crash caused this issue and it would not restart, thes large routers takes a few minutes to completely repower.




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  Reply # 255724 14-Sep-2009 20:00
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Thanks Maverick! Great to have you posting again on Geekzone.

All good again in Te Atatu, Auckland.... and stop doing maintenance on your flux capacitors until at least 10pm!!!! ;)

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  Reply # 255737 14-Sep-2009 21:10
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Awesome to see you back on Geekzone maverick!

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