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# 52706 6-Dec-2009 18:44
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Had our work connection which was on TelstraClear copper ADSL which still had line sync and PPP connection up but was not passing traffic until a reboot (Newmarket) and one out South with the same problem which I'm pretty sure is on TelstraClear copper/DSLAM as well.

So heads up for those with TelstraClear copper your customers may need a reboot in the morning.

Or it could be completely coincidental...




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  # 279777 6-Dec-2009 19:15
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Something happened which affected everyone and i couldn't get through to their default gateway either (again, PPP was up). The helpdesks were totally overloaded and impossible to get through (it auto hangs up on you after a prerecorded message)

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  # 279850 7-Dec-2009 00:27
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Good to know, my partner's place was experiencing this issue, I thought I needed a new router as I couldn't figure out why the internet was not working.

 
 
 
 




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  # 279892 7-Dec-2009 09:08
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I've had two more connections in Newmarket and in Queen Street both need reboots to come right. I suspect we will have a few more roll in before I've finished my coffee.

It's a little bit deceptive as looking at the router stats, it has both ADSL and PPP connections with valid IP addresses, just no data is passed so I suspect a router in the middle died and now the tunnels think they are up but arn't.




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