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Topic # 8820 31-Jul-2006 19:25
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I've had alot of calls lately about Xtra and Paradise DSL/Cable customers complaining about a service outage. Paradise always seems to have these maintenance schedules lately in the middle of the day and Xtra... well... I don't know what's going on.

Anyone experiencing this as well? I have cable and dsl at home and seem to be having problems with both from time to time.

This is in the Wellington area.

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  Reply # 42996 31-Jul-2006 19:50
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Paradise cable has had about 3, 8 second long outages here (Lower Hutt) over the last 5 days... Nothing Major

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  Reply # 42998 31-Jul-2006 21:48
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There were 2 short overnight TCL cable outages over recent Tuesday nights affecting some parts of the network due to network upgrades. Apart from the major Paradise outage a few weeks ago and an issue around the same time with a small number of modems losing connectivity temporarily with the network (mine included) I haven't had any problems.


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  Reply # 43978 15-Aug-2006 10:46
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yip, i just made about Ihug being about as reliable as something very unreliable recently.  Pissing me off quite frankly Yell

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