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  # 669142 7-Aug-2012 17:00
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Sent my details through so it can be looked at :)

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  # 669288 7-Aug-2012 20:57
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Telecom residential ADSL customer also can't redirect. Details forwarded. Can confirm IP address in same range as earlier suggested.

 
 
 
 


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  # 669292 7-Aug-2012 21:02
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My IP was quite different to those suggested.

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  # 669343 7-Aug-2012 22:39
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Telecom DSL - IE9 and FF14 not redirecting to https. Entering manually resolves OK
Forwarded info to PL

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  # 669528 8-Aug-2012 11:25
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Cheers to everyone who e-mailed me (and to those who DM'ed me, please e-mail it's easier for me to track Smile)

I've forwarded everyones details through to the support team and they will be contacting you.

Again if anyone else is having this issue please email me "pl at telecom dot co dot nz" with your:

Account Number
Phone Number for the DSL Service
Preferred Contact Number (Daytime/Mobile number)
IP Address of your connection.

Then I will collect them all up and forward them through.

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  # 669742 8-Aug-2012 17:29
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Quick update - the network guys will hopefully be pushing a fix this evening ...




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  # 669744 8-Aug-2012 17:34
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qraider: Quick update - the network guys will hopefully be pushing a fix this evening ...


Geekzone to the rescue yet again :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 669776 8-Aug-2012 19:08
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$20 it's the bluecoat proxy farm

So glad I'm on the bypass list

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  # 669782 8-Aug-2012 19:43
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Just spotted this thread. ... tested and still not working. Have you been updated as to fix
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  # 669964 9-Aug-2012 10:11
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Yea still not working from any of my clients with a Telecom connection.

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  # 669966 9-Aug-2012 10:13
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CYaBro: Yea still not working from any of my clients with a Telecom connection.


After a reboot of my modem it worked - not sure if that should be required but did the trick for me.  Do you know if they have rebooted their modem?

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  # 669969 9-Aug-2012 10:31
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I'll do some chasing up and see what's going on.

Does going to the URL and putting in https rather than http work?



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  # 669970 9-Aug-2012 10:32
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Yup can access the https site directly no problems, it's just the redirect from http not working and this seems to be causing some issues when they actually log in to that site.

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  # 669974 9-Aug-2012 10:49
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Sorry for that late reply, only just started work.

I haven't received any clearance, so I'll let Peter follow up rather than muddy the waters with my input as well.
I'll keep an eye on this though.




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  # 670182 9-Aug-2012 17:06
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I'm on residential telecom connection, working fine.

I'm on the 219, ip range, dyamic ip, changes every time i reboot modem.

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