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  Reply # 307779 16-Mar-2010 12:34
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Hey FYI - TCNZ have investigated this and have found an issue which might cause intermittent/slow data throughput, they're looking into it now.

Thanks to those who emailed traceroutes through :)

dtw

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  Reply # 307924 16-Mar-2010 18:10
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Speed seems to be back up to normal. Thanks to the fine people that made it happen!



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  Reply # 307952 16-Mar-2010 19:31
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I rang xnet about it again this morning, they were really good about it.

Zero percent packet loss once more, Yayyyyy!
I couldn't put up with Hubby griping about it anymore, lol. Actually, he's been way more mild about it this time than usual, we must be getting old.

Thanks for listening/helping everyone.

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  Reply # 308068 16-Mar-2010 23:37
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Glad to have "helped", at least tcm are sort of on the ball.

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