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  Reply # 1275578 1-Apr-2015 17:52
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hio77: So, here we are April and still sitting on Sydney for Cloudflare on Vodafone!

what a surprise eh?


their peering is actually better in NZ than in the US.  i wouldn't worry too much about sydney, it's pretty close.


While sydney is 'fine' ild much rather get into cloudflares network and out of vodafones as quickly as possible ;)




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  Reply # 1275579 1-Apr-2015 17:55
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hio77: So, here we are April and still sitting on Sydney for Cloudflare on Vodafone!

what a surprise eh?


It's was held up beyond Vodafone control but now is progressing

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1288232 21-Apr-2015 07:41
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It is official now: Cloudfare announced Auckland and Melbourne.

Note Vodafone peering is still lacking as I was told there was a delay with the Cricket World Cup in the middle of many projects.

Note that last paragraph the stab a Spark for not peering. Apparently they don't even look if it is under a certain level and Cloudflare, according to this criteria, doesn't meet the requirements for peering...






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  Reply # 1288243 21-Apr-2015 08:29
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freitasm: It is official now: Cloudfare announced Auckland and Melbourne.

Note Vodafone peering is still lacking as I was told there was a delay with the Cricket World Cup in the middle of many projects.

Note that last paragraph the stab a Spark for not peering. Apparently they don't even look if it is under a certain level and Cloudflare, according to this criteria, doesn't meet the requirements for peering...



I know it's probably a political thing, but is it really that hard to setup and maintain peering? I'm glad I'm with an ISP (Snap) that understands the importance of peering.

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  Reply # 1288245 21-Apr-2015 08:41
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My website is super fast on snap, now there's an Auckland POP. It seems big carriers don't want to peer unless there's something in it for them - making things faster for their customers doesn't seem to be a consideration. Vodafone doesn't seem competent at routing in general.




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  Reply # 1288328 21-Apr-2015 10:41
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Indeed. These are all reasons why going with the largest providers is a bad idea. You get a much better service in every way from Callplus down, albeit once you get to the very long tail of micro ISPs (>1000 customers) quality can sometimes go downhill again as they dont have the scale needed to implement good systems/processes/etc.

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  Reply # 1297502 4-May-2015 11:06
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Cut over real close now as all the physical work is now complete and logical just to be done

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  Reply # 1298735 6-May-2015 00:29
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John, does this include all your services like cable and not just your xdsl/fibre?

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  Reply # 1298751 6-May-2015 02:43
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Chrizvi: John, does this include all your services like cable and not just your xdsl/fibre?


There was a post a few days ago that indicated VF are changing their network away from being a blue/red network like it is currently.




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  Reply # 1316064 2-Jun-2015 11:37
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freitasm: Cloudflare peering is now live on Vodafone NZ - including cable.



Doesnt seem to be the case for Vodafone DSL.

 

fl=26f2

 

h=geekzone.co.nz

 

ip=-

 

ts=1433201765.649

 

visit_scheme=http

 

uag=Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/43.0.2357.81 Safari/537.36

 

colo=SYD

 

spdy=off

 

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  Reply # 1316071 2-Jun-2015 11:44
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Is the Vodafone mobile network included or just the fixed line? Vodafone mobile network still seems to route to SYD.

Jamess-MacBook-Air:~ jamespole$ traceroute geekzone.co.nz
traceroute: Warning: geekzone.co.nz has multiple addresses; using 108.162.206.67
traceroute to geekzone.co.nz (108.162.206.67), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets
1  172.20.10.1 (172.20.10.1)  1.062 ms  0.546 ms  0.450 ms
2  172.26.74.44 (172.26.74.44)  18.574 ms  17.260 ms  17.566 ms
3  172.26.66.211 (172.26.66.211)  18.997 ms  28.026 ms  20.553 ms
4  172.26.87.69 (172.26.87.69)  19.476 ms  19.565 ms  21.539 ms
5  172.26.87.70 (172.26.87.70)  19.726 ms  19.678 ms  21.430 ms
6  203.109.129.194 (203.109.129.194)  19.399 ms  19.403 ms  19.604 ms
7  fa0-0-623.npl-tcl-core1.ihug.net (203.109.129.193)  19.431 ms  20.585 ms  18.703 ms
8  be8.ppnzldv01.akl.vf.net.nz (203.109.180.241)  20.487 ms  19.500 ms  22.968 ms
9  10.123.80.9 (10.123.80.9)  44.525 ms  44.144 ms  45.627 ms
10  13335.syd.equinix.com (202.167.228.154)  194.887 ms  197.308 ms  198.363 ms
11  108.162.206.67 (108.162.206.67)  172.053 ms  172.653 ms  173.627 ms

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  Reply # 1316072 2-Jun-2015 11:45
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Vodafone having trouble with routing? I don't believe it! ;) Maybe it's like DNS, there's a delay between it being set up and it starting working.




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