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Topic # 24339 21-Jul-2008 21:38
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Hi People

I have been trying to access www.xnet.co.nz for about 10 minutes now and it times out each time.  Does anyone know if their web server is down?

Regards

Edit: Seems to be back up again.  Wonder what happened?

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  Reply # 150025 21-Jul-2008 21:40

Sure is, along with some of their international connectivity by the looks of it


edit: ok its loading now

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  Reply # 150027 21-Jul-2008 21:50
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The whole internet was crawling at a dead snail`s pace there for a few minutes, don`t know what happened. Seems to be back to normal now.




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  Reply # 150028 21-Jul-2008 21:52
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Did notice a quite slow period with Xnet at around 9.30pm, but seem to be working fine now.






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Reply # 150030 21-Jul-2008 21:54
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Xnet's ANC connectivity seemed to have exploded

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  Reply # 150323 22-Jul-2008 15:09
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Yeah I noticed the same thing when I got home from work last night, national was fine but was seeing 30-50% packet loss through Pacnet at Sky. Came right about 10 mins later however.

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  Reply # 150398 22-Jul-2008 17:02
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I got that as well, nothing would work, geekzone began to load, but didnt fully complete, and msn didnt even want to sign in. came rght itself in about 10 minutes.




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Reply # 150474 22-Jul-2008 20:34
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All good here

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