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Topic # 175316 24-Jun-2015 22:21
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Just moved over to the vodafone uncapped plan and found out how average the speeds are vs the old capped plan.
I'm on ADSL2 on the north shore in auckland syncing at around 15mbit so i would expect "ok" speeds.

Anyway i can live with an average internet connection as you kind of get what you pay for at the end of the day..

The thing i find REALLY amusing is the route im taking on their network..

Take a look at this ( remembering im in Auckland )

Wow

 Host                                                                                                            Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
 1. 192.168.1.1                                                                                                   0.0%    10    0.6   0.6   0.6   0.6   0.0
 2. 118-92-255-254.dsl.dyn.ihug.co.nz                                                                             0.0%    10   47.0  48.7  34.9  56.6   7.6
 3. te0-2-0-3.ppnzctp01.chc.vf.net.nz.182.109.203.in-addr.arpa                                                    0.0%     9   36.7  36.2  35.5  36.7   0.0
 4. te0-0-0-1.ppnzctp02.chc.vf.net.nz.182.109.203.in-addr.arpa                                                    0.0%     9   35.8  36.0  35.5  36.4   0.0
 5. 203.97.78.54                                                                                                  0.0%     9   49.1  49.5  49.1  50.1   0.0
 6. 203.97.78.53                                                                                                 77.8%     9   48.9  49.0  48.9  49.0   0.0
 7. 203.97.30.155                                                                                                 0.0%     9   48.5  49.0  48.4  50.1   0.0

 Host                                                                                                            Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
 1. 192.168.1.1                                                                                                   0.0%     8    0.6   0.6   0.5   0.6   0.0
 2. 118-92-255-254.dsl.dyn.ihug.co.nz                                                                             0.0%     8   36.3  35.9  35.3  36.3   0.0
 3. te0-2-0-3.ppnzctp01.chc.vf.net.nz.182.109.203.in-addr.arpa                                                    0.0%     8   36.0  36.6  36.0  38.3   0.5
 4. te0-0-0-1.ppnzctp02.chc.vf.net.nz.182.109.203.in-addr.arpa                                                    0.0%     8   35.6  36.0  35.3  36.5   0.0
 5. 10.123.80.9                                                                                                   0.0%     8   74.0  74.3  73.2  75.9   0.7
 6. 16509.syd.equinix.com                                                                                         0.0%     8   73.4  73.3  72.6  74.3   0.0
 7. 54.240.192.77                                                                                                 0.0%     8   74.8  75.8  73.7  87.7   4.8
 8. 54.240.192.107                                                                                                0.0%     8   73.2  74.0  73.2  74.7   0.0
 9. ???

 Host                                                                                                            Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
 1. 192.168.1.1                                                                                                   0.0%     2    0.6   0.6   0.6   0.7   0.0
 2. 118-92-255-254.dsl.dyn.ihug.co.nz                                                                             0.0%     2   35.3  35.4  35.3  35.5   0.0
 3. te0-2-0-3.ppnzctp01.chc.vf.net.nz.182.109.203.in-addr.arpa                                                    0.0%     2   36.5  36.5  36.5  36.5   0.0
 4. te0-0-0-1.ppnzctp02.chc.vf.net.nz.182.109.203.in-addr.arpa                                                    0.0%     2   35.9  35.7  35.5  35.9   0.0
 5. 203.97.78.54                                                                                                  0.0%     2   49.0  49.0  48.9  49.0   0.0
 6. 203.97.78.53                                                                                                  0.0%     2   50.0  49.6  49.2  50.0   0.0
 7. lnk-degussa.atm12-3-129.u12.brh.telstraclear.net                                                              0.0%     1   49.4  49.4  49.4  49.4   0.0
 8. 203.99.66.10                                                                                                  0.0%     1   49.4  49.4  49.4  49.4   0.0
 9. 203.99.67.67                                                                                                  0.0%     1   48.8  48.8  48.8  48.8   0.0

Thats right people we are sending all traffic from auckland to christchurch first!! adding around 30 - 40 ms in latency ( almost as bad as sending the frame to australia and back... )

and yes the return path is also coming in via christchurch too

Just wondering if any one else in auckland on their 118.92.0.0/16 range has noticed this too?

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  Reply # 1331033 24-Jun-2015 22:27
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There is no difference in routing between capped and uncapped plans



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  Reply # 1331034 24-Jun-2015 22:28
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cool,
so why transit all of this traffic to Christchurch?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1331053 24-Jun-2015 22:41
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@tbbbb can you click on my user name and DM me your acc# / Vodafone user name, We can look into the routing

Thanks

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  Reply # 1331085 25-Jun-2015 06:16
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Your title is misleading.



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  Reply # 1331110 25-Jun-2015 08:09
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Thanks for your input

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  Reply # 1331112 25-Jun-2015 08:10
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Still no DM



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  Reply # 1331118 25-Jun-2015 08:15
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HI John,

I have done this now..

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  Reply # 1331121 25-Jun-2015 08:28
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tbbbb: HI John,

I have done this now..


Got it thanks

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  Reply # 1331136 25-Jun-2015 09:06
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johnr: There is no difference in routing between capped and uncapped plans


Yep - exactly what JohnR said. No difference.



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  Reply # 1331172 25-Jun-2015 09:58
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Nice one,

So is it normal to route all traffic originating from Auckland via Christchurch?

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  Reply # 1331175 25-Jun-2015 09:59
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tbbbb: Nice one,

So is it normal to route all traffic originating from Auckland via Christchurch?


That is what we are going to look into



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  Reply # 1331582 25-Jun-2015 17:25
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Looks like we are still seeing the issue

 1. 192.168.1.1                                                                                                                                                     0.0%    56    0.6   0.6   0.5   0.7   0.0
 2. 118-92-255-254.dsl.dyn.ihug.co.nz                                                                                                                               0.0%    56   35.4  36.0  34.9  57.4   2.9
 3. te0-2-0-3.ppnzctp01.chc.vf.net.nz.182.109.203.in-addr.arpa                                                                                                      0.0%    55   36.5  36.5  35.5  38.2   0.2
 4. te0-0-0-1.ppnzctp02.chc.vf.net.nz.182.109.203.in-addr.arpa                                                                                                      0.0%    55   36.5  36.0  35.0  37.0   0.1
 5. 203.97.78.54                                                                                                                                                    0.0%    55   49.3  49.0  48.3  49.9   0.0
 6. 203.97.78.53                                                                                                                                                    0.0%    55   48.2  51.2  47.8 103.6   9.2
 7. 203.97.30.170                                                                                                                                                   0.0%    55   49.0  49.1  48.3  50.9   0.3

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  Reply # 1331601 25-Jun-2015 17:37
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I have not confirmed anything has changed so yes it will be the same, Issue seems to be with your connection and that is why I emailed you asking for a trace route to the host

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  Reply # 1331606 25-Jun-2015 17:44
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For the record..

VF ADSL unlimited plan in auckland .. on a 118.92.0.0/16 ip..


Tracing route to 203.97.30.155 over a maximum of 30 hops

1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms pfsense.lanrouter [10.3.57.1]
2 43 ms 6 ms 6 ms 118-92-7-254.dsl.dyn.ihug.co.nz [118.92.7.254]
3 8 ms 7 ms 7 ms be7-188.ppnzftc02.akl.vf.net.nz.180.109.203.in-a
ddr.arpa [203.109.180.226]
4 7 ms 8 ms 7 ms be8-188.ppnzftc02.akl.vf.net.nz.180.109.203.in-a
ddr.arpa [203.109.180.225]
5 7 ms 6 ms 6 ms 203.97.78.53
6 6 ms 6 ms 6 ms 203.97.30.155

Trace complete.

Had to make best guess with destination ip here.
Tracing route to 54.240.192.107 over a maximum of 30 hops

1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms pfsense.lanrouter [10.3.57.1]
2 10 ms 21 ms 13 ms 118-92-7-254.dsl.dyn.ihug.co.nz [118.92.7.254]
3 8 ms 7 ms 14 ms be7-188.ppnzftc02.akl.vf.net.nz.180.109.203.in-addr.arpa [203.109.180.226]
4 8 ms 7 ms 7 ms be8-188.ppnzftc02.akl.vf.net.nz.180.109.203.in-addr.arpa [203.109.180.225]
5 31 ms 31 ms 31 ms 10.123.80.58
6 32 ms 32 ms 58 ms as16509.nsw.ix.asn.au [218.100.52.9]
7 32 ms 47 ms 35 ms 54.240.192.71
8 32 ms 32 ms 32 ms 54.240.192.107

Trace complete.

Tracing route to 203.99.67.67 over a maximum of 30 hops

1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms pfsense.lanrouter [10.3.57.1]
2 7 ms 6 ms 6 ms 118-92-7-254.dsl.dyn.ihug.co.nz [118.92.7.254]
3 7 ms 9 ms 6 ms be7-188.ppnzftc02.akl.vf.net.nz.180.109.203.in-addr.arpa [203.109.180.226]
4 7 ms 6 ms 10 ms be8-188.ppnzftc02.akl.vf.net.nz.180.109.203.in-addr.arpa [203.109.180.225]
5 * 11 ms 11 ms 203.97.78.53
6 23 ms 6 ms 6 ms lnk-degussa.atm12-3-129.u12.brh.telstraclear.net[203.98.23.238]
7 7 ms 7 ms 7 ms 203.99.66.10
8 8 ms 8 ms 7 ms 203.99.67.67

Trace complete.


Certainly looks to be just related to your connection.




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  Reply # 1331607 25-Jun-2015 17:48
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Yes correct this is not impacting all customers it's something related to tbbbb connection

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