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  Reply # 715833 12-Nov-2012 13:36
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+1 to Azzura's request. I'd be very interested to better understand what was happening.

If you can share some info that would be much appreciated.

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  Reply # 715851 12-Nov-2012 13:55
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When I know more about the root cause and am able to share I will do so.  It's still being very much actively investigated so can't comment further until I know more.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 715891 12-Nov-2012 14:54

teamliquid working again for me, thanks! :)

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  Reply # 715908 12-Nov-2012 15:41
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All good here now. Thanks for your help I really do appreciate it.

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  Reply # 715940 12-Nov-2012 16:50
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Hi All,

I had the exact same problems today the 12th (since last night the 11th) accessing HTTP on a number of client websites hosted on a server in Singapore (and also a few other random websites in the US). I could get to the sites on other servers at the data centre OK but not to the 4 sites on that server (all on same IP). I could SSH to the server fine.

And I could access the HTTP sites fine from a USA server and fine from an Auckland office server (that office also on Xtra).

HTTPS was fine from every location though, so I figured maybe there was something weird going on with something caching something poisonous somewhere.

Was tearing my hair out wondering wtf I was doing wrong but thanks to you all for documenting the situation.

Not sure why I was having this problem today since it seems to have been resolved yesterday according to this thread.

However it seems to be all OK for me now also.

Regards

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  Reply # 715943 12-Nov-2012 16:53
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OK silly me I had my TZ wrong in my profile so the messages looked a day old. All good, makes sense!

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  Reply # 715944 12-Nov-2012 16:53
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deepsix: Hi All,

I had the exact same problems today the 12th (since last night the 11th) accessing HTTP on a number of client websites hosted on a server in Singapore (and also a few other random websites in the US). I could get to the sites on other servers at the data centre OK but not to the 4 sites on that server (all on same IP). I could SSH to the server fine.

And I could access the HTTP sites fine from a USA server and fine from an Auckland office server (that office also on Xtra).

HTTPS was fine from every location though, so I figured maybe there was something weird going on with something caching something poisonous somewhere.

Was tearing my hair out wondering wtf I was doing wrong but thanks to you all for documenting the situation.

Not sure why I was having this problem today since it seems to have been resolved yesterday according to this thread.

However it seems to be all OK for me now also.

Regards


It got fixed today not yesterday

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  Reply # 715945 12-Nov-2012 16:54
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Maybe Xtra has started traffic filtering or shaping?

Or maybe there's something screwed with the handover points to the backbone/international carrier (Telecom again in this case).

Just speculating ...

Thanks again to Peter for feedback and help.

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  Reply # 715946 12-Nov-2012 16:55
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deepsix: OK silly me I had my TZ wrong in my profile so the messages looked a day old. All good, makes sense!


Ha ha beat me to it

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  Reply # 715952 12-Nov-2012 17:12
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deepsix: OK silly me I had my TZ wrong in my profile so the messages looked a day old. All good, makes sense!


Ha ha beat me to it


I *was* wondering why everyone was geeking so hard on a Sunday !!! (esp at Telecom LOL)

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