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  # 403027 10-Nov-2010 19:03
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Here's my speedtest

https://www.speedtest.net/result/1024309314.png

Terrible speed usually get over 10mbps down and 800 kbps up. And my ping which is usually under 50ms to Auckland is over 9000ms.

This is after a few router reboots too. Vodafone helpdesk just give the usual "take speedtest readings for three days then get back to us and we will lodge a fault". Useless

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  # 403155 10-Nov-2010 22:56
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If you are having problems, log a fault.
Believe me, it helps with solving problems.




 
 
 
 


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  # 403214 11-Nov-2010 07:18
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i tried.  the CSR told me it was 'a problem with the website plugin'
What website plugin?  I can't load anything!!!!!!!
He then told me to reboot my modem and that I need to do that all the time because modems need to update their profile.
Grrrrrr.

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  # 403216 11-Nov-2010 07:31
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Wills1: Here's my speedtest

https://www.speedtest.net/result/1024309314.png

Terrible speed usually get over 10mbps down and 800 kbps up. And my ping which is usually under 50ms to Auckland is over 9000ms.

This is after a few router reboots too. Vodafone helpdesk just give the usual "take speedtest readings for three days then get back to us and we will lodge a fault". Useless


Is this still happening today?

Thanks John

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  # 403220 11-Nov-2010 07:46
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johnr:
Wills1: Here's my speedtest

https://www.speedtest.net/result/1024309314.png

Terrible speed usually get over 10mbps down and 800 kbps up. And my ping which is usually under 50ms to Auckland is over 9000ms.

This is after a few router reboots too. Vodafone helpdesk just give the usual "take speedtest readings for three days then get back to us and we will lodge a fault". Useless


Is this still happening today?

Thanks John


Hi John,

Not right now https://www.speedtest.net/result/1025088418.png

Its usually fine all day then in the early evening it just dies. I will try another test tonight

Thanks

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Wannabe Geek


  # 403251 11-Nov-2010 09:36
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Bugger, I just signed up with vodafone too - still waiting to be connected.

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  # 403255 11-Nov-2010 09:41
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NowhereJim: Bugger, I just signed up with vodafone too - still waiting to be connected.


You have nothing to be worried about, Slingshot is _much_ worse imo.



johnr: 

Is this still happening today? 

Thanks John


Hey John, the problems appear to have been fixed, was getting quite good speeds at about 11pm last night. Might want to ask the techs to fix the routing though since Unleash is available over the CHiX. From my Vodafone connection at home I can traceroute to Snap and it get's delivered over the CHiX but not Unleash, it's a pretty simple problem to get sorted out.
 




 
 
 
 


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  # 403279 11-Nov-2010 10:03
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Hey John, the problems appear to have been fixed
 


Try just after 5pm tonight... that's when mine and my workmates connections have come to a grinding halt.

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  # 403280 11-Nov-2010 10:04
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nbroad:

Hey John, the problems appear to have been fixed
 


Try just after 5pm tonight... that's when mine and my workmates connections have come to a grinding halt.


I just said, this problem appears to have been fixed after 11pm last night. 




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  # 403295 11-Nov-2010 10:20
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Back to the original question - my experience with vodafone broadband has been generally fine for ages now and I'd recommend them.
There was a big latency issue a few months back which really messed up WoW raiders but I think that's been mostly sorted. But for a general web browser user like me it wasn't that bad in my experience.

my 2c worth..

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  # 403310 11-Nov-2010 10:39
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michaelmurfy:
nbroad:

Hey John, the problems appear to have been fixed
 


Try just after 5pm tonight... that's when mine and my workmates connections have come to a grinding halt.


I just said, this problem appears to have been fixed after 11pm last night. 


Yep, I know.  I'm just saying that has been the pattern for the last 3 nights... craps out just after 5pm and comes right around 10-11pm.

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  # 403541 11-Nov-2010 18:47
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Things seem to have come right tonight, pages like http://www.orionsarm.com/ load instantly rather than seemingly 56k speed with occasional timeouts.

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  # 404274 13-Nov-2010 17:25
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QUESTION FOR PPLE..

I HAVE SIGNED UP TO VODAS NAKED ULTIMATE PLAN.. FIRST MONTH, EVERYTHING GOOD.. TORRENTING OVER 1Mb, NOW IF I TRY TO TORRENT ITS POOS.. 20K MAX!!!

IS THERE SOMETHING GONIG ON HERE? DO VODAS BLOCK OFF TORRENTING OR SOMETHING? 

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  # 404276 13-Nov-2010 17:40
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tzanz: QUESTION FOR PPLE..

I HAVE SIGNED UP TO VODAS NAKED ULTIMATE PLAN.. FIRST MONTH, EVERYTHING GOOD.. TORRENTING OVER 1Mb, NOW IF I TRY TO TORRENT ITS POOS.. 20K MAX!!!

IS THERE SOMETHING GONIG ON HERE? DO VODAS BLOCK OFF TORRENTING OR SOMETHING??


Why are you yelling?

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  # 404311 13-Nov-2010 20:43
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tzanz: QUESTION FOR PPLE..

I HAVE SIGNED UP TO VODAS NAKED ULTIMATE PLAN.. FIRST MONTH, EVERYTHING GOOD.. TORRENTING OVER 1Mb, NOW IF I TRY TO TORRENT ITS POOS.. 20K MAX!!!

IS THERE SOMETHING GONIG ON HERE? DO VODAS BLOCK OFF TORRENTING OR SOMETHING? 


I've noticed that too.. a few weeks back 1 torrent could almost max out my 7 Mbps connection.
Tried one last night and wouldn't even get over 1 Mbps (around 125 KBps).
Maybe that was the fix?!! Throttle the old torrents right back... who knows?

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