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Topic # 28922 16-Dec-2008 12:48
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Was it just me of was Xnet Down again? one of the many times this month,

I think this just confirms my change to telecom

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  Reply # 184493 16-Dec-2008 12:51
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Confirmed by 6 customers so far
Aargh!

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  Reply # 184494 16-Dec-2008 12:53
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I'm at work at the moment, but I'm not having any problems connecting to my home PC (via XNet).

Apparently its ok in Hamilton.

Maybe Telecom are to blame this time Laughing

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  Reply # 184495 16-Dec-2008 12:53
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I was just out for 5 minutes or so. (edit: in Northland)

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  Reply # 184496 16-Dec-2008 12:56
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Was out for me, 15 mins ago or so... effected vfx line this time too as well. In Northland as well

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  Reply # 184497 16-Dec-2008 12:59
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I can confirm my home connection went out in nelson, when I get to work ill check those ones aswell.

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  Reply # 184498 16-Dec-2008 13:04
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Well thats 00:30 this morning and now again at 12:30ish

Xnet seem to have used the same status ticket, so the two must have been related in some way.
http://www.xnet.co.nz/cgi-bin/status.cgi?id=425

I am in South Auckland and from the looks of the logs in the router, the radius server was not happy for a large amount of the downtime.

Cheers

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  Reply # 184505 16-Dec-2008 13:18
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Just got word that both our xnet connections at work fell over aswell.

Makes me happy we dont rely on xnet for anything major Yell

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  Reply # 184511 16-Dec-2008 13:39
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It went out for me now as well. I can also confirm it went out around 00:30 yesterday. My modem/router internet light went red, there should have been an automated message at the Xnet helpdesk.

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  Reply # 184516 16-Dec-2008 13:50
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Its just gone again too :(

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  Reply # 184517 16-Dec-2008 13:55
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yup out again3rd time today, wtf is going on with xnet




I have moved across the ditch.  Now residing in Melbourne as a VOIP/Video Technical Trainer/Engineer. 

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  Reply # 184519 16-Dec-2008 13:56
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It was Telecom, Xnet was probably the worst affected though it seems...



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  Reply # 184520 16-Dec-2008 14:03
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My net just came back after 20mins

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  Reply # 184521 16-Dec-2008 14:03
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Just had another one. 3 outages in one day! This is ridiculous.

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  Reply # 184536 16-Dec-2008 14:27
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Out for me in  South Auckland (Manukau)as well,backed to normal now.

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  Reply # 184540 16-Dec-2008 14:50
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still ongoing issues with email Frown

http://www.xnet.co.nz/cgi-bin/status.cgi?id=423

Very frustrating, if email is not resolved permanently by next week I'll off to someone else who can run email. I should not have to use free mail when the ISP I pay money too cannot provide a reliable email service...

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