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Topic # 64494 16-Jul-2010 15:04
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Is it just me or have the last few days seen a lot of buffering on YouTube again?




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  Reply # 353093 18-Jul-2010 20:27
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Same here. Given up (again) watching several clips over the last week or so.

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  Reply # 353097 18-Jul-2010 20:39
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I haven't noticed any issues on cable.

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  Reply # 353103 18-Jul-2010 21:02
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Are your videos coming from Local? trace/ping cache.googlevideo.com ?
Are you using TC's NS's or other third party ones?


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  Reply # 353130 18-Jul-2010 22:42
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sleemanj: Is it just me or have the last few days seen a lot of buffering on YouTube again?


I wonder if what you are noticing is the normal school holiday rush on youtube. Kids these days no longer go outside to the beach and surf, they surf indoors.

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  Reply # 353191 19-Jul-2010 00:52
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It seems to have returned to normalcy for me now, the DNS issues I was having also (I'm still using the official TelstraClear DNS).  Looking at the twitter thing for telstra clear sounds like they have been having some DOS attacks lately.

Didn't realise it was school holidays, damn kids. 




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  Reply # 353294 19-Jul-2010 11:25
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sleemanj: It seems to have returned to normalcy for me now, the DNS issues I was having also (I'm still using the official TelstraClear DNS).  Looking at the twitter thing for telstra clear sounds like they have been having some DOS attacks lately.

Didn't realise it was school holidays, damn kids. 


Well I know it is since of course they are home and I am burning up > 1G Internet each day!




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