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Topic # 180860 24-Sep-2015 10:45
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We use Vodafone for our corporate Internet connection. National seems ok, but international traffic isn't working well - some sites I can't load at all. Is anyone else having a problem?




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  Reply # 1393302 24-Sep-2015 10:47
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Yeah I am seeing the same thing, Vodafone fibre connection here.

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  Reply # 1393304 24-Sep-2015 10:47
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Examples?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1393319 24-Sep-2015 10:54
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I heard there was a fibre cut?



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  Reply # 1393321 24-Sep-2015 10:55
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I can't get to or these are loading extremely slowly:
 - www.alertra.com
 - www.freshbooks.com
 
- Google Calendar / Drive is very slow
 - fastmail.com
 - facebook
 - Geekzone is very very slow




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Shocking connection in Petone (Cable connection). Thought there was planned work going on. Have rebooted modem twice (powered off for at least 15 seconds). I know there is work going on in Upper Hutt, but I'm in Petone - that shouldn't affect me? It did yesterday and the day before, though. (no mention of Petone being upgraded)

Can't connect to my AIM and YM accounts in Trillian.

nz,yahoo.com won't load.
Neither physicsforums.com

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nz.yahoo.com is working now. Some of the page loaded, but then stalled. Other times not at all.

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  Reply # 1393327 24-Sep-2015 10:59
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Yes, everything outside NZ (possibly some within, not sure) is pretty poked for us. Extreme packet loss, massive latency, unusable. Been on hold for quite some time now.




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timmmay: We use Vodafone for our corporate Internet connection. National seems ok, but international traffic isn't working well - some sites I can't load at all. Is anyone else having a problem?

Same issue here

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Seems OK now




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  Reply # 1393332 24-Sep-2015 11:00
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Hmmm... has it just snapped back to life?

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johnr: Examples?

Pretty much the whole internet.wink




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  Reply # 1393345 24-Sep-2015 11:06
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Seems to have stabilised now.

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