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Ultimate Geek

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  # 272591 13-Nov-2009 06:34
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its back to normal again here now.
I notice they have turned off interleaving as well.
I'm on ADSL2+ fast path in my router now

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  # 272710 13-Nov-2009 12:52
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Yep back to normal here to. Interleaving still shows as being on in my router.

 
 
 
 


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  # 272712 13-Nov-2009 13:00
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My speeds still seem a bit low, https://www.speedtest.net/result/620847105.png, whereas up untill last night I was always getting 5mb/s to there..

 

Did a few more speed tests:

https://www.speedtest.net/result/620851383.png

3mbit to Wellington??

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/620852065.png

10mbit to auckland

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/620852695.png

15mbit to Chch

 

https://www.speedtest.net/result/620853347.png

 

 

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  # 272815 13-Nov-2009 17:32
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Well, I just got home and its the same as it was last night again.
I am back to dialup speeds again basically.

.44mb/s down and .76 mb/s up on speedtest.net



on telecoms own speedtest 190 kb/s


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  # 272817 13-Nov-2009 17:34
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Just came back from work and am pulling a podcast down at about 30kBytes/s (usually comes down at around 400-600kBytes/s). Page loading not the most smooth either. Looks like it's going to be another slow evening international access wise. I'll do a few speed tests and get on Telecom's case probably tomorrow or Monday as I'm going to be out for most of this evening.

Probably the first time in 2 years, that I've noticed significant slow downs in International performance. Up until last night, Telecom's broadband service has IMHO been quite excellent.

(Currently On the Adventure 20GB plan)

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  # 272819 13-Nov-2009 17:37
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Yep, my speeds are complete balls and have been for most of the day.

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  # 273211 15-Nov-2009 13:32
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Bumping this in hopes of a Telecom rep response ;'(

 
 
 
 


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Uber Geek

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  # 273230 15-Nov-2009 14:45
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snafoo: My speeds still seem a bit low, https://www.speedtest.net/result/620847105.png, whereas up untill last night I was always getting 5mb/s to there..

 

Did a few more speed tests:

https://www.speedtest.net/result/620851383.png

3mbit to Wellington??

  





That's pretty normal, it's because Telstra don't share with Telecom, the speedtest forces Telecom to go outside to LA and back instead of Wellington





I have moved across the ditch.  Now residing in Melbourne as a VOIP/Video Technical Trainer/Engineer. 



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  # 273341 15-Nov-2009 23:23
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Speeds have gone to the dogs alright. Still crap, I was getting over 7mb to aussie until Friday now I barely make 1mb, Local traffic is fine around 15mb

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  # 273610 16-Nov-2009 18:21
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hmmm... It is now Monday and it's still... well... not good. 56k Dial up speed, downloading a regular podcast at 5KBytes/s instead of 500-600KBytes/s.
I have just got on Telecom Case and contacted their helpdesk. They at least now admit they have received tons of calls over the issue and are investigating the issue right now. They then Gave me a case number and told me to try again tomorrow.

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 273617 16-Nov-2009 18:34
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Sigh.. I've just finished the 3 days of speedtests for telecom.
I've noticed that inbetween 2am and 9am it goes full speed, as soon as it hits 9am it starts dying and is almost at dialup speeds by night-time. I watched it on sunday morning do this..
Another issue I've found is that CASPA on TIVO doen't work at these slow speeds at night-time:-(
I am on the BigTime plan..

Just did a speedtest from telecoms website.
http://www.telecom.co.nz/bbspeed/telecom500.htm
It should be blazing to here 24/7 as its direct to telecom thru my connection.

Router says I'm connected at 9390Kbps down and 944 kbps up

speedtest says 74.6kbps down and 9.1 kbps up right now..
It was 8128.7kbps down and 996.2 kbps at 6.15am this morning..

Part of the log just sent to telecom below:

Date: 15/11/09
Time: 10:15pm
Broadband Gateway/Modem: Linksys AG310
Connection Type: Ethernet
Estimated Line Speed (kilobits/second): 87.3
Estimated Line Speed (kilobytes/second): 10.7

Date: 16/11/09
Time: 6:15am
Broadband Gateway/Modem: Linksys AG310
Connection Type: Ethernet
Estimated Line Speed (kilobits/second): 8128.7
Estimated Line Speed (kilobytes/second): 996.2

Date: 16/11/09
Time: 6:30am
Broadband Gateway/Modem: Linksys AG310
Connection Type: Ethernet
Estimated Line Speed (kilobits/second): 6661.2
Estimated Line Speed (kilobytes/second): 816.3

Date: 16/11/09
Time: 5:30pm
Broadband Gateway/Modem: Linksys AG310
Connection Type: Ethernet
Estimated Line Speed (kilobits/second): 74.6
Estimated Line Speed (kilobytes/second): 9.1



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  # 273964 17-Nov-2009 17:29
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Things are looking normal again hope they stay this way 

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  # 273965 17-Nov-2009 17:34
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Looks like they may have finally done something to address it now. I'm seeing the usual speeds I had before the Thursday slow down.

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 273970 17-Nov-2009 17:44
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Still slow here in hamilton..
But it was going full speed this morning at 6.00am when i got up..

Test just done below :




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Ultimate Geek

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  # 273974 17-Nov-2009 17:53
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Not much better around NZ from hamilton either..


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