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  # 1711390 29-Jan-2017 17:23
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Pumpedd:

 

 

 

yes you can only do that on gigabit....

 

 

Correction: Downloading 120 high quality songs in a minute before heading to the train station? Possible only on Gigabit. Average download speed was around 400Mbit.

 

Hence why I said what I said. Still don't have data...





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  # 1711392 29-Jan-2017 17:27
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Data still patchy. Wellington




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  # 1711393 29-Jan-2017 17:28
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Back to "Emergency calls only".


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  # 1711397 29-Jan-2017 17:32
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Can't register on the network @ Auckland, Henderson.


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  # 1711399 29-Jan-2017 17:36
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zespri:

 

Can't register on the network @ Auckland, Henderson.

 

 

 

 

Same here, it comes and goes.


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  # 1711403 29-Jan-2017 17:48
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That's one heck of an outage I have to say.
To take out cell towers, broadband and international all separate.
I'd hate to be the network architect on Monday explaining how everything was so interconnected.

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  # 1711406 29-Jan-2017 17:59
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morocco: That's one heck of an outage I have to say.
To take out cell towers, broadband and international all separate.
I'd hate to be the network architect on Monday explaining how everything was so interconnected.

 

It is standard to have all those parts operating over a single converged IP network.


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  # 1711422 29-Jan-2017 18:29
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4g back up in south chch ,

What's happened today ????

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  # 1711425 29-Jan-2017 18:30
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yitz:

morocco: That's one heck of an outage I have to say.
To take out cell towers, broadband and international all separate.
I'd hate to be the network architect on Monday explaining how everything was so interconnected.


It is standard to have all those parts operating over a single converged IP network.



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  # 1711436 29-Jan-2017 18:37
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tstone: Fibre broadband still variable here in North Shore. After rebooting every device and checking cables I am getting waves of connectivity/no connectivity. Very frustrating.

 

 

 

Ditto (Fibre on North Shore, comes and goes)


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  # 1711440 29-Jan-2017 18:43
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It's a relief to hear that I'm not the only person still experiencing broadband problems, given that Spark insists that broadband is 'fixed'.

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  # 1711444 29-Jan-2017 18:45
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Interestingly on Bigpipe and had no issues with internet (Fiber) today. Phone on the other hand no data 





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  # 1711445 29-Jan-2017 18:55
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Sigh.... very frustrating to try and use

 


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  # 1711450 29-Jan-2017 19:12
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Good time to be using ISP DNS servers :)

 

 

(although I assume it might be PPP that is going up and down?)

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  # 1711453 29-Jan-2017 19:26
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I'm using the standard 'default' DNS Spark addresses and getting short 5-10 seconds of connectivity every 2-3 minutes. Very frustrating.

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