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#237629 10-Jun-2018 19:29
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Could someone try their Website , i cant reach the internet banking site but the Is it down sites say it is up. Can anyone confirm if it is up or down.





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  #2033245 10-Jun-2018 19:42
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Up for me, on BigPipe


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  #2033247 10-Jun-2018 19:44
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I can load https://www.co-operativebank.co.nz/ on my phone, connected wirelessly, Spark fibre, Auckland.




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  #2033249 10-Jun-2018 19:45
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ok thanks , must be my end.





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  #2033653 11-Jun-2018 13:17
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ok this is starting to really annoy me. It is only happening on 1 pc , if i restart the PC i can open the site but 10 minutes later i cant so i restart and same problem occurs . I have tried 4 browsers and the same problem on all of them. This is the only site i have had problems with that i use, it has been fine until yesterday so some setting has changed but i have no idea what.  Has anyone got some suggestions.





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  #2033764 11-Jun-2018 17:41
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Ok I manages to delete my reply

 

so heres the rapid version as i hate typing

 

 

 

So all other Devices in the house can connect OK?

 

You are not using a VPN anywhere in the equation? 

 

Are all the PCs in the house using the same DNS settings, i assume you're getting the DNS settings from the ISP supplied modem? which seems to be the default, there's not something hard coded in one PC. I only ask as i had a similar issue and found that one of my PCs had the DNS settings on the actual PC, which isn't necessarily a bad thing but it explained why sites would go down for me and not the others in the house and viceversa





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