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  #1148735 6-Oct-2014 23:08
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Kodiack:  The servers appear to be hosted in the United States.


GZ uses Cloudflare.





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  #1148753 6-Oct-2014 23:23
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sleemanj:
GZ uses Cloudflare.


Yeah, I noticed that after I looked at the final address on a traceroute. :P Regardless, the connection's still not staying in NZ.

 
 
 
 


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  #1148851 7-Oct-2014 07:58
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Still having issues this morning.





 

 

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  #1148862 7-Oct-2014 08:24
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We use Vodafone at work and are having major issues with some websites just refusing to load.
From what I gather based on the calls I could overhear from the infrastructure team, the phone monkeys were very reluctant to log the service call.

When you need to access support.microsoft.com and can't it makes work hard

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  #1148893 7-Oct-2014 08:54
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It seems the optical cable cut is still affecting traffic.





 

 

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  #1148908 7-Oct-2014 09:19
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Having a lot of issues in Hutt Valley this am. Pages will fail or half load, or load loosing formatting etc. Will connect one minute then the not the next (eg Geekzone).

Speed are varying from as low as 6mbps to 97mbps down however upload seems to be steady at around 9.7mbps




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  #1148927 7-Oct-2014 09:43
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I keep getting "The connection was reset" when trying to visit www.physicsforums.com

Sometimes it loads, sometimes it doesn't.

Also see my post in another thread, posted last night: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=153730

 
 
 
 


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  #1148928 7-Oct-2014 09:44
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Had issues yesterday at home and work, but both seem to be ok this morning.





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  #1148962 7-Oct-2014 10:24
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Still totally stuffed for me here in Christchurch on Cable.

It's great that the vodafone service status us so up to date and details the problemso succinctly... oh wait, it doesn't even mention there being a major nationwide issue at all.





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  #1148964 7-Oct-2014 10:29
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sleemanj: Still totally stuffed for me here in Christchurch on Cable.

It's great that the vodafone service status us so up to date and details the problemso succinctly... oh wait, it doesn't even mention there being a major nationwide issue at all.



it's not nationwide

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  #1148970 7-Oct-2014 10:37
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The V/fone status page needs some work...  some detail for the fault reported would be good, such as "customers may experience browsing issues" - just saying "fault" is rather open..... and probably causes more calls to the call center with people asking what the fault is, and is it why theyre having problems....






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  #1148978 7-Oct-2014 10:45
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sleemanj: Still totally stuffed for me here in Christchurch on Cable.

It's great that the vodafone service status us so up to date and details the problemso succinctly... oh wait, it doesn't even mention there being a major nationwide issue at all.



it's not nationwide



Christchurch
Christchurch
Invercargill
Pegasus
Wellington
Auckland (NS)
Wellington
Wellington
Wellington
Christchurch
Wellington
Freitasm's place
HuttValley

And that's just the people in this thread.

I guess it depends on your definition of "nationwide" then?




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  #1148980 7-Oct-2014 10:46
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Network status page does not mention Christchurch, where I still have very limited service. 

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/help/network-status/


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  #1149032 7-Oct-2014 11:49
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As someone said it above, Vodafone must be having issues contacting the CDNs. A lot of websites I am visiting are sitting on contacting cdn.optimizely.com and others.

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  #1149036 7-Oct-2014 11:57
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It is impossible to use here in Paparangi, Wellington this morning. Nearly all international sites do not load, unless you reload 10+ times.

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