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Topic # 139026 25-Jan-2014 10:41
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We upgraded to vdsl about a month ago from adsl2. We are finding a few sites are not working that we previously had no problem with, also really slow to UK sites.
Could someone on VDSL with slingshot try a couple for me and see what you get? Pretty please?
Www.zillow.com
Www.propertytalk.com
Www.9to5mac.com

There are heaps of others.

Just spoke to Slingshot and they say they have firmware problems and are now developing their own firmware as the supplier in ztaiwan is crap....so if anyone has a non slingshot router..

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  Reply # 974010 25-Jan-2014 10:55
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Can you trace route to the sites?

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  Reply # 974025 25-Jan-2014 11:42
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All 3 sites load up for me and Im on Slingshot VDSL.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 974026 25-Jan-2014 11:45
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Tried a different DNS?

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  Reply # 974074 25-Jan-2014 13:17
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All 3 sites also load up for me and I'm on Slingshot VDSL with the Slingshot router using the standard DNS slingshot provide.



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  Reply # 974077 25-Jan-2014 13:22
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Thank you!
I now think it is a port issue on the router, as on Ethernet it works.

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  Reply # 974134 25-Jan-2014 15:11
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Likely MTU issues. Chorus use 1492 MTU for VDSL whereas most routers expect it to be 1500.

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