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Topic # 114426 19-Feb-2013 20:44
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For two nights I cannot access www.anz.co.nz I am using XNET, has anyone else experienced any issues? any public notice I missed?

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  Reply # 765946 19-Feb-2013 20:48
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Working fine for me.



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  Reply # 765959 19-Feb-2013 20:53
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thanks Sbiddle, I tried two computers with different browsers as well, no luck.....

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 765960 19-Feb-2013 20:54
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Seems ok on TelstraClear

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  Reply # 765963 19-Feb-2013 20:56
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What does the tracert say? Working here for me too.




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  Reply # 765972 19-Feb-2013 21:02
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Working fine on Snap

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  Reply # 765981 19-Feb-2013 21:12
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On telecom it's having an issue connecting




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  Reply # 765983 19-Feb-2013 21:14
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Oh, but I could get to anz.com, then change to the NZ web site...

But having issues resovling anz.co.nz, but http://www.anz.co.nz/personal/ resolves.




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  Reply # 765984 19-Feb-2013 21:15
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anz.co.nz doesn't work....I don't think it ever has. I guess they have not aliased it as a www resource in the DNS. 

But www.anz.co.nz works fine.

This was a common DNS issue ten years ago. I guess ANZ never really caught up. Or they have some other reason for only allowing the www.* form.  




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  Reply # 765990 19-Feb-2013 21:27
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The site does not load on my Telecom DSL but it is up:

http://isitup.org/anz.co.nz

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  Reply # 765993 19-Feb-2013 21:30
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Linuxluver: anz.co.nz doesn't work....I don't think it ever has. I guess they have not aliased it as a www resource in the DNS. 

But www.anz.co.nz works fine.

This was a common DNS issue ten years ago. I guess ANZ never really caught up. Or they have some other reason for only allowing the www.* form.  


anz.co.nz works fine for me and has done for years.


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  Reply # 765997 19-Feb-2013 21:37
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Linuxluver: anz.co.nz doesn't work....I don't think it ever has. I guess they have not aliased it as a www resource in the DNS. 

But www.anz.co.nz works fine.

This was a common DNS issue ten years ago. I guess ANZ never really caught up. Or they have some other reason for only allowing the www.* form.  


anz.co.nz works fine for me and has done for years.



OK...then it is a Telecom DNS thing. It isn't working for me right now...and as far as I can recall....never has.

I have www.anz.co.nz bookmarked...and I recall doing that quite deliberately some time ago. 




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  Reply # 766002 19-Feb-2013 21:47
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Linuxluver: anz.co.nz doesn't work....I don't think it ever has.

>nslookup
Default Server:  BoB
Address:  192.168.0.1

> anz.co.nz
Server:  BoB
Address:  192.168.0.1

Non-authoritative answer:
Name:    anz.co.nz
Addresses:  202.2.59.71
          202.2.56.71

Works via Orcon.

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  Reply # 766021 19-Feb-2013 22:03
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Both www and non www of anz.co.nz load for me. Tested under telecom adsl.

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  Reply # 766033 19-Feb-2013 22:12
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mattwnz: Both www and non www of anz.co.nz load for me. Tested under telecom adsl.


What can i say? 

anz.co.nz absolutely, certainly is NOT working at my house. 

But www.anz.co.nz works every time. 

Telecom ADSL on the North Shore. 




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  Reply # 766036 19-Feb-2013 22:16
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OK....someone is having some fun. 

anz.co.nz *now* resolves to anz.co.nz/personal  ....and a page comes up. 

This is just in the past 5 minutes. 

This sichuashun iz dynamical!!!!!




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