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Topic # 230321 18-Feb-2018 23:59
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Anyone else on VF cable having some twitch issues lately with buffering every few minutes?

 

Could be a twitch issue or a VF issue. Restarted everything and its still happening.


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  Reply # 1960106 19-Feb-2018 00:56
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Funnily enough, yes I was streaming PUBG for a friend last night and he was saying it did this frequently. Unusual, on FibreX in Christchurch


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  Reply # 1960108 19-Feb-2018 01:47
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yea having this issue on bigpipe vdsl - i think its a aus/nz problem, happening to a lot of aus/nz streams that i've been watching today 


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  Reply # 1960158 19-Feb-2018 09:40
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miztic:

 

yea having this issue on bigpipe vdsl - i think its a aus/nz problem, happening to a lot of aus/nz streams that i've been watching today 

 

 

if its affecting both GGI backed customers and Vocus, i'd suspect we may be looking at an issue in the DC twitch host their outgress servers.

 

I haven't been at home to know for better or worse. Will do some testing tonight.

 

 

 

 

 

At this stage, I've heard no mention of any major issues here.





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