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  # 1345517 16-Jul-2015 15:19
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Same issue her on Spark fibre.

Can access via VPN from Aus, US and UK so no panic (fly with SAA next week).

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  # 1346507 17-Jul-2015 20:15
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Same issue on Bigpipe, works fine from VPN.



 
 
 
 


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  # 1346509 17-Jul-2015 20:16
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I assume everyone has logged a case about this with the helpdesk??





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  # 1346526 17-Jul-2015 21:11
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I just loaded both sites, no problem. I am on a small ISP that resells Vodafone.





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  # 1346676 18-Jul-2015 11:49
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On Vodafone cable - loaded but very, very slowly.




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  # 1346714 18-Jul-2015 13:31
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AliExpress won't load - Auckland, Spark VDSL2




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  # 1346795 18-Jul-2015 15:28
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mdav056: AliExpress won't load - Auckland, Spark VDSL2


no issues here

 
 
 
 


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  # 1346803 18-Jul-2015 15:36
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Jase2985:
mdav056: AliExpress won't load - Auckland, Spark VDSL2


no issues here


Nor with me anymore




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