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#115767 5-Apr-2013 22:32
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Is it just me, or is telecom running slow of late? the router is synced at 18m but browsing is horribly slow.

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  #800534 16-Apr-2013 21:36
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Yes, I have also noticed a degradation in service lately.




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  #800543 16-Apr-2013 21:44
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I know of no particular issues, however it's very very very very very very very very hard to figure out if anything is wrong from "is telecom running slow of late?"

Personally, I'm getting 40mbps to our speedtest server 24*7

Cheers - N




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  #800545 16-Apr-2013 21:45
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im noticing slow performance here too


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  #800553 16-Apr-2013 22:01
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Yup VERY slow international tonight.

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  #800556 16-Apr-2013 22:03
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current traceroute to hotmail.com





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  #800558 16-Apr-2013 22:05
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I'm getting slower than usual speeds to the US as well... Speeds to Aussie and national are fine. There's probably nothing I can check right now but it's likely to be back to normal in 30 minutes or so. I will follow up in the morning but there's no guarantee I'll be able to report back exactly what the issue was (if there was even an issue IN OUR NETWORK)

Cheers - N

ps. Still... "is [ISP] running slow?" is a terrible fault description :-)




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  #800566 16-Apr-2013 22:18
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Connection to the US with Xtra has been basically dead for the past few hours :(

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  #800578 16-Apr-2013 22:30
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It's incredibly bad tonight. I'm missing the GSL :(

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  #800580 16-Apr-2013 22:35
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  #800597 16-Apr-2013 23:03
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sexymonkeys: It's incredibly bad tonight. I'm missing the GSL :(


i'm with you brother; no gsl = no me gusta >:(

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  #800718 17-Apr-2013 09:36
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Hi guys. This was due to 'an outage' in Northern California that occurred at about 9:30NZtime and the impact to our customers was gone by approx 1am. The underlying issue in the US has now been resolved as well.

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  #801159 17-Apr-2013 18:51
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was slow this morning round about 8am

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  #801695 18-Apr-2013 14:46
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kornflake: was slow this morning round about 8am


As has been said, it was slow isn't very useful. Can you give specifics, speed tests, modem stats, etc? You may have specific problems unrelated to the fault above.

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  #801700 18-Apr-2013 15:02
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Yeah it was real slow, but the problem seemed to go away when I went from 14mb dsl to 100mb fibre, the problem cleared right up




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