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Topic # 152002 12-Sep-2014 18:27
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I cant access Norton.com on spark UFB, however via a proxy it works. anyone else having this problem?  Some other Norton sites and subdomains are working.

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  Reply # 1127409 12-Sep-2014 18:31
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Not currently working for me. Spark VDSL, Auckland.




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  Reply # 1127410 12-Sep-2014 18:35
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norton.com doesn't work for me, but www.norton.com redirects to nz.norton.com  which also resolves if you type that in, but www.nz.norton.com is a no go

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1127412 12-Sep-2014 18:41
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Hmm.  Hope this is not a repeat of last weekend as some overseas site are going real slow again.  I can't access Outlook.com or hotmail.com.   I get the log in prompt  but just a blank screen when I log in and have been having problems this afternoon sending emails to Orcon via port 587 again.

 

Edit.  Getting send / recieve errors  from outlook.com again as I got last weekend..




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  Reply # 1127413 12-Sep-2014 18:43
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  Reply # 1127422 12-Sep-2014 18:53
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ok sorry its not actually norton.com, its www.norton.com which redirects to nz.norton.com, neither work for me.  Same on my s3 connected via wifi on the same connection, however switching to vodafone 3g works.  Was working earlier on today and I only noticed when trying to restore files from a norton online backup for a customer, restore operation errored out with "check internet connectivity", worst part is ive got 29gb of photos to recover and im having to do it in 2gb lots to avoid any failures and starting right back at square one again.

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  Reply # 1127424 12-Sep-2014 18:54
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Loaded very slowly for me on Vodafone Cable.

 

don't know why anyone would want to go to norton.com anyway :P

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  Reply # 1127428 12-Sep-2014 19:04
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I can get the page, but it took a long time to load. Hopefully not another weekend with dodgy internet connectivity.

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  Reply # 1127430 12-Sep-2014 19:12
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Working okay here. ADSL2+ Invercargill, using Telecom assigned DNS.

Latency to the Aussie server looks a little high, around 130ms. But loads okay.

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  Reply # 1127438 12-Sep-2014 19:43
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Probably being blocked by spam/AV filters - ewww, Norton! :P




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  Reply # 1127445 12-Sep-2014 20:07
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Looks like a lot of people are having trouble with international access on their facebook page this evening. Not unless that number of complaints in a short period is normal. I'm having the dreaded xtra outlook email pop up appearing again this evening , with email server error, so not sure if that is also related to international problems, as yahoo is offshore.

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  Reply # 1127449 12-Sep-2014 20:21
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Tried a couple of overseas sites......both very slow to load...actually still loading as I type. Telegraph.co.uk and mcfc.co.uk
Am on spark vdsl

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  Reply # 1127450 12-Sep-2014 20:22
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old3eyes: Hmm.  Hope this is not a repeat of last weekend as some overseas site are going real slow again.  I can't access Outlook.com or hotmail.com.   I get the log in prompt  but just a blank screen when I log in and have been having problems this afternoon sending emails to Orcon via port 587 again.
Edit.  Getting send / recieve errors  from outlook.com again as I got last weekend..
Hotmails never loaded fast for me for at least the past year.

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  Reply # 1127452 12-Sep-2014 20:34
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gareth41: I cant access Norton.com on spark UFB, however via a proxy it works. anyone else having this problem?  Some other Norton sites and subdomains are working.


Try xero.com - no go.

(spark).

Not a DNS issue.

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  Reply # 1127484 12-Sep-2014 21:05
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Having issues with some Microsoft sites on Spark this evening. Onedrive not loading fully for example.

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  Reply # 1127500 12-Sep-2014 21:29
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They are working on the issue :) Affecting a lot of international including Microsoft, Apple, Xero, XBLive & PSNetwork.

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