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  #1476858 22-Jan-2016 14:40
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johnr:
ramboky: Sooo... Was the work in Island Bay completed today?


The work is over 2 weeks from the 18th

 

Oh, ok. When you told me that the capacity work was going to be "done late next week" I assumed that meant it would be completed. Fair misunderstanding though.

 

I take it it has started then and I can expect it to be completed the first week of February?

 

 


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  #1476965 22-Jan-2016 17:17
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ramboky:

 

johnr:
ramboky: Sooo... Was the work in Island Bay completed today?


The work is over 2 weeks from the 18th

 

Oh, ok. When you told me that the capacity work was going to be "done late next week" I assumed that meant it would be completed. Fair misunderstanding though.

 

I take it it has started then and I can expect it to be completed the first week of February?

 

 

 

 

I received an email from the project manager five minutes ago. There has been extensive background work and testing that has now successfully completed, took a bit longer than expected.

 

Plan is to currently work on some individual nodes on Tuesday. I'll update as we have lists of nodes etc.


 
 
 
 


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  #1476967 22-Jan-2016 17:21
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+1

 

Thanks to johnr and VodafoneDylan for the update  smile

 

 





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  #1477097 22-Jan-2016 21:43
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Island Bay, 100/10 cable (speeds measured ethernet to modem):

TrueNet hourly speeds averaged over the last week (a mixture of "fast" and "slow" nights):



Tonight at 9pm:

 

Cable TV is stuttering and pixelated.

 

I'm looking forward to Tuesday undecided





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  #1477598 23-Jan-2016 23:52
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It was fine for me when you first posted, but a few minutes after a bunch of things suddenly broke for me too. :(

 

EDIT
Not sure where the post prior to this one went. Seems to have disappeared.


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  #1477599 23-Jan-2016 23:56
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Yes. I deleted it. 

 

Things were a bit shaky though. Don't know why.

 

I think everything's back to normal.


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  #1477600 23-Jan-2016 23:57
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ethanbmnz:

 

Yes. I deleted it. 

 

Things were a bit shaky though. Don't know why.

 

Ah, fair enough. When you first posted, it was fine here. Then a couple of minutes later most things stopped loading. Then, yet another couple of minutes later, all was/is fine again...

 

*shrug*


 
 
 
 


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  #1478495 25-Jan-2016 18:39
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Another email from PM this afternoon upgrades are going ahead as planned Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday

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  #1478646 25-Jan-2016 22:24
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Things were good for most of the weekend, but I started getting some horrible latency variances (rubberbanding) tonight while playing Rocket League. My other friends were hovering around 40 ms and I was shooting upwards of 150 ms at points.

 

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The connection in general is really bad tonight now. Speed test is showing sub-40 Mbps, with the first few seconds of a speed test not even hitting 20 Mbps.

 


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  #1478650 25-Jan-2016 22:35
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Kodiack:  ... The connection in general is really bad tonight now. Speed test is showing sub-40 Mbps, with the first few seconds of a speed test not even hitting 20 Mbps. ...

 

Snap!

 

Island Bay at 9.15pm, 100/10 cable:

 

 

Really looking forward to this week's upgrade. ...

 

 





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  #1478681 26-Jan-2016 02:21
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This is what I think of this topic - 115 pages and counting.

 

https://youtu.be/CXHXUgXG1tM 


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  #1478763 26-Jan-2016 09:32
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Hi everyone

 

Just posted - http://community.vodafone.co.nz/t5/Network-status/Cable-broadband-upgrades-in-Wellington-region/m-p/196588#M1018

 

 

 

node W02 in Avalon

 

node W46 in Wainuiomata/Lower Hutt

 

node W80 in Kapiti

 

 

 

Scheduled to be worked on today, in that order. May be more as well, will update as I hear news.


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  #1479094 26-Jan-2016 15:18
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Scotty1986:

 

This is what I think of this topic - 115 pages and counting.

 

https://youtu.be/CXHXUgXG1tM 

 

 

That's exactly what i think every time you post in this thread. You don't have congestion problems and you never did, so how about you toddle off somewhere else and stop with the trolling.


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  #1479198 26-Jan-2016 17:34
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VodafoneDylan:

 

Hi everyone

 

Just posted - http://community.vodafone.co.nz/t5/Network-status/Cable-broadband-upgrades-in-Wellington-region/m-p/196588#M1018

 

node W02 in Avalon

 

node W46 in Wainuiomata/Lower Hutt

 

node W80 in Kapiti

 

Scheduled to be worked on today, in that order. May be more as well, will update as I hear news.

 

 

 

 

Unfortunately the team ran into a couple of delays today so this work has been postponed to tomorrow. I'll update as I receive further confirmation from the project manager.

 

 


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  #1479391 26-Jan-2016 21:27
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VodafoneDylan:

 

Unfortunately the team ran into a couple of delays today so this work has been postponed to tomorrow. I'll update as I receive further confirmation from the project manager.

 

 

Not surprising, but still a shame. :( We're feeling the congestion tonight.

 


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