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  # 1993010 10-Apr-2018 21:26
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AidanP:

I've got a mate on MyRepublic in TA and his gigabit download speeds are constantly below 200mbps



Hope they are not testing over Wi-Fi

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  # 1993036 10-Apr-2018 22:20
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Linux:
AidanP:

I've got a mate on MyRepublic in TA and his gigabit download speeds are constantly below 200mbps



Hope they are not testing over Wi-Fi

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Deventaly testing over ethernet

 
 
 
 


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  # 1994428 11-Apr-2018 20:33
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Looks like it's turned bad again...


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  # 1994429 11-Apr-2018 20:37
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xcubed:

 

Looks like it's turned bad again...

 

 

 

 

Yep has turned REALLY bad here.  Will log a call soon

 

 


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  # 1994431 11-Apr-2018 20:45
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Bad here in Rangiora as well. I wonder if its Akl weather related.

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  # 1994452 11-Apr-2018 21:18
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I don't think it is as is did this last Tuesday too..   seems to be nationwide affecting.. just massive packet loss when pinging say 8.8.8.8 (50%)


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  # 1994458 11-Apr-2018 21:26
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Phoned them to log another fault.

 

Apparently, it's due to the power outage in Auckland earlier today.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1994459 11-Apr-2018 21:28
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xcubed:

 

Phoned them to log another fault.

 

Apparently, it's due to the power outage in Auckland earlier today.

 

 

Sounds like an excuse to me

 

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  # 1994460 11-Apr-2018 21:28
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xcubed:

 

Phoned them to log another fault.

 

Apparently, it's due to the power outage in Auckland earlier today.

 

 


Ah you must've got the not very helpful outsourced call centre, not My Republic themselves..  :( 

 

 


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  # 1994462 11-Apr-2018 21:35
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Here's my experience for the last three nights at around 8pm 

 

 

 

This connection is in Hawkes Bay

 

Came right last night after about 45 minutes. 

 

No such luck tonight

 

 


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  # 1994463 11-Apr-2018 21:37
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SOS if this post, please send packets...


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  # 1994484 11-Apr-2018 22:15
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Does anybody have an in? 

 

We've had issues with all our (6-7) myrepublic connections in the waikato region for the last 2 weeks where we're seeing 100-200mbit down (550 up) on gbit connections and inconsistent overall performance. 

 

Despite 20+ calls to MyR between we've have no actual feedback, no results. 1 callback after threatening to leave, with .. no surprises,  no updates. 

 

Sick of it. 

 

Any recommendations on a new ISP?   I'm bringing 6-7 connections with me. 

 

Requires "gbit" (ono) and static IP addresses all round. 


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  # 1994488 11-Apr-2018 22:28
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In Christchurch and speed has just returned to normal.


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  # 1994489 11-Apr-2018 22:29
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k1w1k1d:

 

In Christchurch and speed has just returned to normal.

 

 

 

 

Same here (top of South)... :)


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  # 1994491 11-Apr-2018 22:31
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Same here, but it's done it three nights in a row. 

 

This on top of this all the other issues, I'm ready for a change. 


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