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Topic # 87578 1-Aug-2011 21:55
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Having had a few trouble free months, the dreaded connection resets to guardian.co.uk, arstechnica.com and missing images on facebook have returned today. Anyone else notice anything? I noticed it was sluggish earlier, that's usually a sign of impending doom... 

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  Reply # 500577 1-Aug-2011 21:56
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I've just started noticing it too. :-|




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  Reply # 500579 1-Aug-2011 21:59
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Yes browsing seems poked at present.  I'd assume that it's across the board i.e. Telecom customers in general with HTTP (etc) issues - especially international it seems.  Gaming however, is perfectly fine, which keeps me smiling a little at least :)

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  Reply # 500584 1-Aug-2011 22:05
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And as magically as it went to poop, it came back to normality again ...  :).    Better a fault of a few minutes (even hours) than a few months like other ISP's I could name ... but won't   ;)

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  Reply # 500589 1-Aug-2011 22:21
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Yep, all good here again too.




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  Reply # 500591 1-Aug-2011 22:27
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Yep, seems fine now. Hope it lasts. Cool

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