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  Reply # 654619 12-Jul-2012 15:12
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Yeeehaaaaa back online.  Now back to work :)

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  Reply # 654627 12-Jul-2012 15:36
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can't remote back to my home machine so I have to reset when I get back tonight

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  Reply # 654636 12-Jul-2012 15:57
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VDSL still not connecting from Wellington. Long wait so far ...

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  Reply # 654656 12-Jul-2012 16:21
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still down in waikanae. naked dsl.

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  Reply # 654657 12-Jul-2012 16:21
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still down in waikanae. naked dsl.

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  Reply # 654659 12-Jul-2012 16:25
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Back up and running on the north shore

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  Reply # 654721 12-Jul-2012 18:00
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Anyone else on VDSL in Wellington that has a connection now. I still have nothing after 6 hours!

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  Reply # 654728 12-Jul-2012 18:09
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I want to say thanks for the thread. Couldn't get through to their 0800 number so used my cell phone to check here, then checked their web site network status. Came back up for me after a few hours, about a half hour after being listed as resolved on Snap's site.

It's good to be able to check forums because our local exchange has in the past gone down a few times so I always need to know if it's a)me (only once when a router went kaput) b) the local exchange as a whole or c)the provider.

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  Reply # 654732 12-Jul-2012 18:14
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I assumed it was my neighbours again after cutting through my line yesterday while putting up a new deck. Had the chorus tech out this a.m to fix it and thought that they had done it again this avo so was ready to come home with my angry face on. Luckily averted by checking geekzone first so thats one episode of angry neighbours you wont have to sit through.




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  Reply # 654736 12-Jul-2012 18:26
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BraaiGuy: still down in waikanae. naked dsl.


And we up again in waikanae ... 7 hours later 

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  Reply # 654792 12-Jul-2012 20:32
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Snap. If your listening, can you provide an update in respect of the outage for Wellington VDSL users. It's eight hours now and counting.

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  Reply # 654832 12-Jul-2012 23:22
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mruane: Snap. If your listening, can you provide an update in respect of the outage for Wellington VDSL users. It's eight hours now and counting.


Hi mruane, All services have been restored. If you are still offline please call our helpdesk on 0800276232, we are open 24/7.

To everyone effected by today's outage, we sincerely apologise for the inconvenience caused. 

You can be assured that we have taken steps to ensure it does not happen again. 

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^RO Ricky - Technical Lead
^AT Ashleigh - Retail Marketing Coordinator



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  Reply # 654887 13-Jul-2012 08:50
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Just for interests sake can you let us know what happened?




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  Reply # 655024 13-Jul-2012 13:09
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Understand it was a Fiber Cut! bob the builder is to blame

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  Reply # 655144 13-Jul-2012 15:55
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bugga... bet that ruined someones day.




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