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Topic # 136437 27-Nov-2013 08:04 2 people support this post Send private message

Guess there will be some worried folk running round looking at lots of alarms.
Sure you guys will have it sorted soon.

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  Reply # 941446 27-Nov-2013 08:07 Send private message

Beat me to post, +1




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  Reply # 941447 27-Nov-2013 08:09 Send private message

They're working on it.

https://www.xport.co.nz/network-status/833/

 

 



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  Reply # 941448 27-Nov-2013 08:22 Send private message

From here it looks like the same thing that happens when you exceed your data cap (packets dropped to keep speed down to 64k).

pfSense bandwidth graph showing capping/packet loss

On the side, why packet loss, not throttling?

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  Reply # 941453 27-Nov-2013 08:33 Send private message

Seems to be back up OK.

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  Reply # 941454 27-Nov-2013 08:33 Send private message

aw: On the side, why packet loss, not throttling?


You can't hold packets in a buffer forever, eventually they have to be dropped...

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  Reply # 941467 27-Nov-2013 08:53 Send private message

Hi All,

Yes unfortunately there was an issue with the network for ISP customers , was a nasty little issue that had our team very busy as you rightly pointed out, this was resolved around 08:20 for our ISP customers. we sincerely apologize for this and any inconvenience caused.




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  Reply # 941876 27-Nov-2013 18:54 Send private message

Is there another fault right now? Or just me?

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  Reply # 941878 27-Nov-2013 19:02 One person supports this post Send private message

Working for me

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  Reply # 941879 27-Nov-2013 19:09 Send private message

OK for me as well. 


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  Reply # 941880 27-Nov-2013 19:10 Send private message

Ham: Is there another fault right now? Or just me?


Have you tried turning the modem/router off and on again?




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  Reply # 941883 27-Nov-2013 19:21 Send private message

Yip. This is our 3rd in less than a month now. At least it's just voice this time

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