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  Reply # 459692 17-Apr-2011 14:22
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Telecom must be regretting moving their mail servers to Auzzie now...




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  Reply # 459693 17-Apr-2011 14:23
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Not working properly in AKL CBD either, most NZ sites are ok. Even Gmail! But everything else is down :(

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 459694 17-Apr-2011 14:24
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No international sites are opening. Including gmail Facebook etc . National traffic is intermittent as well

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  Reply # 459695 17-Apr-2011 14:26
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Is there a Google DNS we can bypass the proxy / cache server to test if it is at fault?

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  Reply # 459696 17-Apr-2011 14:26
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Argh! This is quite annoying now.




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  Reply # 459697 17-Apr-2011 14:26
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Telecom has some explaining to do...




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  Reply # 459699 17-Apr-2011 14:27
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scorpiworld: Is there a Google DNS we can bypass the proxy / cache server to test if it is at fault?


This does not work. 




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  Reply # 459700 17-Apr-2011 14:28
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There is an update on Telecom's twitter here:

https://twitter.com/telecomnz

Notice how the HTTPS link works but the HTTP link doesn't.

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  Reply # 459701 17-Apr-2011 14:30
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Don't mean to be rude but it pretty #fail to link to the Telecom twitter when we can't load the bloody thing don't you think?



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  Reply # 459702 17-Apr-2011 14:31
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bnapi: There is an update on Telecom's twitter here:

https://twitter.com/telecomnz

Notice how the HTTPS link works but the HTTP link doesn't.


Thats a joke really, seen as 90% of people won't think to use https, but still nothing on their website which i'm sure everyone is checking.

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  Reply # 459703 17-Apr-2011 14:32
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Can yu pls quote was telecom has tweeted.., thanks

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  Reply # 459704 17-Apr-2011 14:32
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Had to post this on mobile since geekzone likes to connect to google-analytics, preventing the page from loading

Seems to just be http, I've been playing battlefield just now to Aussie fine

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  Reply # 459705 17-Apr-2011 14:33
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im using hotspot shield and now all website work for me so happy

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  Reply # 459706 17-Apr-2011 14:33
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Here is the update posted by Telecom twitter (I loaded it via Vodafone mobile).

standby to standby .... ^AC is checking to see if there's an issue with international traffic ^TS

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  Reply # 459707 17-Apr-2011 14:33
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@TelecomNZ "standby to standby .... ^AC is checking to see if there's an issue with international traffic ^TS"




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