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Topic # 111790 15-Nov-2012 07:04
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Just wondering if anyone else is having issues in connecting to Slingshot this morning?

Line syncs fine, but doesn't connect to the service.

I've done all the reboots, resets, and even changed my underpants, but still doesn't connect.

I'm in Greenhithe, Auckland, if that's any use...



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 717450 15-Nov-2012 07:28
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I'm on Slingshot broadband - all working normally for me this morning (15 NOV @ 07:29AM)

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  Reply # 717453 15-Nov-2012 07:44
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Same. Works fine for me. Have you tried checking the Slingshot Network updates on their website?




 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 717489 15-Nov-2012 09:20
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All good now. Thanks.

For some reason, reentering my Slingshot password in my router connection settings managed to get me connected again. No idea what's gone on there during the night...


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  Reply # 718360 16-Nov-2012 16:08
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tnaseem: All good now. Thanks.

For some reason, reentering my Slingshot password in my router connection settings managed to get me connected again. No idea what's gone on there during the night...



Hi, 

Not sure what that would be...we did have a few issues this week that were all resolved and lasted only a few mins to half an hour I guess.

Let me know if you still have this problem or if it happens again...could be a faulty modem.

Cheers,
Ben 




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