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  # 404556 14-Nov-2010 18:22
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yeah sorry for shouting :)

im a little pissed.. a major factor on me going with the ultimate pack is to torrent etc, but now its pretty much redundant bw.. what other options to i have?  

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  # 404610 14-Nov-2010 20:46
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Ping is bad again tonight 341ms to Auckland

https://www.speedtest.net/result/1029721115.png

 
 
 
 


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  # 404618 14-Nov-2010 21:14
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Wills1: Ping is bad again tonight 341ms to Auckland

https://www.speedtest.net/result/1029721115.png


You should reboot your modem, it isn't as bad as that.

 

 



There does appear to be a problem with the speed though, way less from when I signed up just over a month ago now. Here's a Traceroute:

traceroute to murfy.co.nz (116.90.133.111), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets
 1  sakura (192.168.2.1)  1.665 ms  1.246 ms  0.943 ms
 2  lo1.chc-ctp-bras1.ihug.net (203.109.128.92)  41.181 ms  45.526 ms  38.818 ms
 3  fx3.wix.net.nz (202.7.1.175)  109.254 ms  56.729 ms  92.416 ms
 4  gigabitethernet4-0-513.chch-rt1.fx.net.nz (202.53.187.98)  64.490 ms  61.190 ms  61.237 ms
 5  131.203.251.202 (131.203.251.202)  64.890 ms  65.830 ms  70.980 ms
 6  116.90.128.3 (116.90.128.3)  62.188 ms  62.769 ms  60.725 ms
 7  vz-1.unleash.net.nz (116.90.133.1)  62.693 ms  62.211 ms  65.986 ms


traceroute to geekzone.co.nz (202.175.128.164), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets
 1  sakura (192.168.2.1)  2.170 ms  0.869 ms  1.144 ms
 2  lo1.chc-ctp-bras1.ihug.net (203.109.128.92)  40.447 ms  39.498 ms  40.328 ms
 3  datacom.ape.net.nz (192.203.154.82)  60.178 ms  57.684 ms  57.962 ms
 4  210.55.5.227 (210.55.5.227)  59.263 ms  59.836 ms  62.630 ms


traceroute to vodafone.co.nz (202.73.199.35), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets
 1  sakura (192.168.2.1)  1.430 ms  0.900 ms  0.974 ms
 2  192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1)  4.882 ms  4.849 ms  4.762 ms
 3  lo1.chc-ctp-bras1.ihug.net (203.109.128.92)  39.057 ms  40.122 ms  44.168 ms
 4  221.143.109.203.core.vf.net.nz (203.109.143.221)  59.634 ms  57.708 ms  63.737 ms
 5  unassigned.core.vf.net.nz (203.109.143.222)  62.028 ms  57.318 ms  57.302 ms


I actually would like fast local speeds since quite often I actually need to transfer files from work, there's no real excuse from slow local speeds, I can understand international since those pipes get filled quite quickly but local I would expect to almost be maxing out my line with these traceroutes. 
 




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  # 404909 15-Nov-2010 15:26
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michaelmurfy:
Wills1: Ping is bad again tonight 341ms to Auckland

https://www.speedtest.net/result/1029721115.png


You should reboot your modem, it isn't as bad as that.

 


I already had



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  # 405164 16-Nov-2010 07:51
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Finally got connected to vodafone last night and was happy to find I was getting 11-12Mb/s to Auckland at 8pm with no latency issues.

 

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  # 405301 16-Nov-2010 13:45
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vodafone is the most shocking fixed line isp in NZ. my advice to people is to never go anywhere near them.

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  # 406063 17-Nov-2010 20:25
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speedyj: vodafone is the most shocking fixed line isp in NZ. my advice to people is to never go anywhere near them.

It works really well for me, but thanks for the tip.

 
 
 
 


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  # 406080 17-Nov-2010 21:00
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speedyj: vodafone is the most shocking fixed line isp in NZ. my advice to people is to never go anywhere near them.


Wow that adds lots of Value to the thread

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  # 406244 18-Nov-2010 12:31
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I've been on Voda's naked BB for a few days now. Awesome speeds 24/7, able to max my connection out, 40ms pings in games to Aussie servers, webpages are quick. Very impressed.




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  # 406302 18-Nov-2010 15:42
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Seems to be 50/50 with satisfaction ratings :)




this is a slap in the face!

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