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Master Geek

Vodafone NZ

  #296316 5-Feb-2010 09:25
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We had another cache issue this morning. Resolved at ~ 08:45am.

Again, we are apologizing and we are investigating to make sure this does not happen again.


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Master Geek

  #298907 14-Feb-2010 18:46

Well, my connection time to a DoD game server in Brisbane I usually use is off the scale - usually 35-50ms ping, I'm now seeing between 180-350ms.

Tracert is showing bizaree WN->SYD->HK->TYO->SYD routing to get to the server in Brisbane

Tracing route to over a maximum of 30 hops

1 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms
2 11 ms 16 ms 10 ms []

3 * * * Request timed out.
4 22 ms 20 ms 26 ms []
5 21 ms 21 ms 21 ms [203.98.
6 33 ms 22 ms 22 ms
7 58 ms 46 ms 46 ms []

8 46 ms 46 ms 46 ms []

9 231 ms 231 ms 231 ms []

10 238 ms 233 ms 231 ms []
11 242 ms 248 ms * []
12 233 ms 231 ms 233 ms [116.
13 342 ms 197 ms 376 ms []

14 284 ms 287 ms 285 ms [
15 287 ms 285 ms 285 ms []

16 179 ms 181 ms 179 ms [
17 181 ms 178 ms 179 ms
18 179 ms 181 ms 182 ms
19 181 ms 182 ms 183 ms

Trace complete.


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Master Geek

  #300817 21-Feb-2010 20:32
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Is this still an issue? I've been having terrible trouble for the last few days - I've now given up entirely, and just switched all browsing to using my big time DSL connection (I have both). I would tell you what detects as the proxy, but it's one of the sites that just doesn't work, at all. is also having the same trouble, leading to me being in the doghouse with the girlfriend..

It's getting harder and harder to justify the additional cash for the theoretically "fast" connection. :(

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