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Topic # 57146 4-Feb-2010 07:57
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Can other cable users get to http://www.hauppauge.com/?

My internet seems fine this morning, other than getting to this website.

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  Reply # 295931 4-Feb-2010 08:03
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Ok thanks for the confirmation. Very odd. I'll have to take a closer look why both PCs here are failing to get to this site.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 295932 4-Feb-2010 08:21
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If it helps it seems my TelstraClear connection was having a bit of problem with international servers this morning... It seems it's fixed now.




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  Reply # 295933 4-Feb-2010 08:32
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Definitely not fixed yet at my end, getting a lot of blank pages.

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  Reply # 295935 4-Feb-2010 08:34
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What DNS server are you using Graeme, the Paradise one or Clear?

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  Reply # 295936 4-Feb-2010 08:34
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Yes, I think this is TelstraClear having some international problems - I am still having issues.




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  Reply # 295938 4-Feb-2010 08:51
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freitasm: Yes, I think this is TelstraClear having some international problems - I am still having issues.
I'm using 203.96.152.4 and 203.96.152.12

wget from my linux box is also failing to get the front webpage from hauppauge.com.

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  Reply # 295939 4-Feb-2010 08:53
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  Reply # 295942 4-Feb-2010 09:05
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Thanks, unfortunately that didnt help, even after flushing the dns cache.

The TCL phone line reports 'extremely high call volumes', so I'm probably best to just retry later in the day.

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  Reply # 295949 4-Feb-2010 09:23
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I get a blank page for wikipedia.  Don't think it's a DNS problem as domain names are resolving to IP addresses fine.  Perhaps a caching issue?

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I can get to http://www.hauppauge.com though.

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  Reply # 295957 4-Feb-2010 09:42
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Can get to hauppauge but I can't get to a lot of other sites. No surprise but Telstra's Service Status page says they're no problem.

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  Reply # 295960 4-Feb-2010 09:48
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They've just upgraded their cache, I think.  Take a look at http://www.whatismyip.com/ Under your IP address, it gives:


Possible Proxy Detected: 1.1 bc6

I'm sure this used to be 1.1 bc3 which I presume is the version number of whatever caching software they're using.

EDIT:  and now wikipedia is working for me, so their upgrade is done.


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  Reply # 295962 4-Feb-2010 09:53
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JonC: I'm sure this used to be 1.1 bc3 which I presume is the version number of whatever caching software they're using.



It still says 1.1. bc3 for me, although the international sites seem to be working now.




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