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Topic # 30344 5-Feb-2009 09:25
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Nationwide? just auckland. I know quite a few circuits are effected.

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  Reply # 194260 5-Feb-2009 13:39
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Still affecting me in the CBD.




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  Reply # 194274 5-Feb-2009 14:22
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Its affecting me too

We have been told its going to take a while to fix (8 hours or so) as its quite deep.

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  Reply # 194277 5-Feb-2009 14:32
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  Reply # 194293 5-Feb-2009 15:23
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05 February 2009, 14:00 Telstraclear Downer technicians are onsite locating and excavating the damaged ducts and fibre cables.

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05 February 2009, 12:00 The Fibre break has been located on Curran St, Auckland CBD end of the Harbour Bridge.
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05 February 2009, 11:15 Telstraclear Trans North technicians have located the fibre break and are investigating the extent of damage.


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  Reply # 194305 5-Feb-2009 16:07
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05 February 2009, 16:00 Telstraclear has advised two cables were damaged. Downer technicians are hauling through the 96F overlay cable (300m) and should start splicing soon. The 216 fibre cable has not arrived at site yet.


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  Reply # 194323 5-Feb-2009 17:06
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Where are you getting these updates from?




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  Reply # 194324 5-Feb-2009 17:16
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openmedia: Where are you getting these updates from?


the network team at my place of work, we are a big Telstra customer who is effected.


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