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Topic # 23330 25-Jun-2008 20:10
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My ihug broadband just disconnected at 8pm, and now I'm unable to connect.

All I'm getting from my router is "Waiting for response..."




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  Reply # 140650 26-Jun-2008 09:20
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Morning,

I was fine last night.....no problems for me.

I have had that before though, and it took IHUG a week to fix.....so log a fault and keep ontop of them if the level 1 people cant help.

I had waiting for response but green adsl light was solid all the time, but couldnt actually connect.

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Reply # 140660 26-Jun-2008 10:00
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manhinli: My ihug broadband just disconnected at 8pm, and now I'm unable to connect.



All I'm getting from my router is "Waiting for response..."



That's got to hurt, looks like your routers been programed with a sense of humor which I'm fairly sure would evoke a rather colorful response from anyone experiencing it. Whats it waiting for? an ack from your ISP or you to have a fit! 



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  Reply # 140720 26-Jun-2008 15:29
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It's fine now - it was the 10 minute outage last night - possibly due to the weather.




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  Reply # 141204 29-Jun-2008 13:24
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ARGH!

My connection has been completely dead since 12:35pm.

Anyone having the same issue?




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  Reply # 141226 29-Jun-2008 14:44
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Seems like it's an Vodafone ihug network issue:

(WAV recording, 00:26)

It's been 2 hours... I'm starting to suffer from broadband withdrawal.




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