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# 176998 18-Jul-2015 14:46
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I think spark internet has a problem.. many website outside nz slow loading or timing  out

such as myepisodes.com to see what on tv today

and some FB games


anyone else noticing this?

im on Fibre connection.,, reboot routers and powered on and off stuff
made no difference..

of course might local to Christchurch where Im at.

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  # 1346769 18-Jul-2015 14:47
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I checked thier online status.. says all is OK though.. no meantion of CHCH issues

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  # 1346770 18-Jul-2015 14:47
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Hey mate.

Check this thread out, I started the discussion a while ago.

Its not just you.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=176995

 
 
 
 




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  # 1346774 18-Jul-2015 14:51
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I just tried a vpn and it works..  LOL

so maybe a work around

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  # 1346791 18-Jul-2015 15:23
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everything is fine here

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  # 1346802 18-Jul-2015 15:35
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Something was definitely up (or down I guess)... I have noticed a few key indicators return to full health as at about 3:15pm but I don't know what was wrong, or if all affected services etc are restored.

Not your imagination.

Cheers - N




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