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Master Geek
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Topic # 28495 2-Dec-2008 05:53
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Awoke early for a little dawn surfing at 0530 and can't access any international sites at all - just get a network timeout message.  NZ sites loading fine but slowly, is this another result of the Torrent "bug" affecting the system, and will it improve after 8am I wonder?

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 181509 2-Dec-2008 06:03
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and now at exactly 6.01am all the international sites load and very fast !

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  Reply # 181557 2-Dec-2008 12:32
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This will have most likely been the issue.  Very interesting that you were still able to browse national sites.

From:     Telecom Service Events
Date:     02-12-2008 7:05 a.m.
Telecom New Zealand wishes to advise of UNPLANNED work affecting TSI-Wholesale.
DATE:                   02-12-2008
NZ Standard Time:       4:48:00 a.m.
DURATION (HR:MIN:SEC):  001:14:00
TSI Clearance:
When: 04:48 2/12
Location: Dunedin
What: Loss of Broadband access server (DN-RAN-11)  affecting all 181 WBS and 5597 UBS customers hosted off this node.
Duration: between 04:48 and 06:02 (1 hour 14 mins)
Alcatel teams restarted the server and confirmed that Customer Broadband sessions were recovering.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 181611 2-Dec-2008 16:53
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Mmm might also have something to do with me being in Auckland not Dunedin...

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