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  Reply # 1083755 7-Jul-2014 22:53
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I've been having trouble with international hosted websites on teecom these last few days, it started in the weekend. I am not on one of the unlimited plans either.

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  Reply # 1083788 7-Jul-2014 23:11
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Video on liveleak just sits there trying to buffer. After a long period of time it plays about 10 seconds then does nothing.

I'm watching the connections made in my Mikrotik router and most are pointing to Google addresses and the Telecom IP range for Google caches.

However Youtube content is delivered fine.

One of the addresses liveleak goes to use is which comes back to a Syndey IP address. So I wonder if the problem is somewhere still with Australia?


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  Reply # 1083908 8-Jul-2014 09:28
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So I wonder if the problem is somewhere still with Australia?

Either Equinix or Internode, get the same issue when speedtesting Internode either in Sydney or San Jose.

Seems to be sorted now though.

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  Reply # 1084071 8-Jul-2014 12:59
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Nope, certainly not resolved. I'm still having buffering issues.




Some websites weren't loading up at all this morning.

The silence from those at Telecom, is disapointing.

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  Reply # 1084099 8-Jul-2014 14:06
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Twitch was working ok this morning, but it has gone back to what it was last night, no video loads chat only loads, same with Liveleak so its exactly the same problem :/

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  Reply # 1084112 8-Jul-2014 14:21
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i find the liveleak site reasonably responsive but the videos just wont load/play, even downloading them i get about 1kb/s out of them, 5MB file will take just shy of 1h to download

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  Reply # 1084132 8-Jul-2014 14:40
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seems to be fine for me

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