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  #1036586 4-May-2014 19:45
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weird

i was getting 58Mb/s down and 9.5 up with a ping of no more than 30ms to all but internode.

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  #1036598 4-May-2014 19:49
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Brandonrnz: I was getting 27/9 all the time to Sydney about 3 weeks ago.


Nothing we have changed in that time, might just be the holiday season/school holiday effect.




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  #1036653 4-May-2014 22:09
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bollocks here too. local speedtest server only giving me 5Mbits when it usually gives me 28

edit, back to normal hah



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  #1042726 13-May-2014 01:22
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Hate to bump this but about 3 mins ago my net cut out for about 5 seconds, as it reconnected my ping to orcon.net.nz just went down to 13ms! 
About 30 seconds ago it just went back up to 22. dammit.



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  #1042727 13-May-2014 01:59
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FireEngine:
BensDaMan: I did have a 3-4ms ping to orcon.net.nz , now It's around 23ms.


I'm really confused by this, 23ms is typical, 3-4ms is unfeasibly quick, I'd expect to maybe get that sat in our AKL office to a core element.....


Proof is in the OP... lol

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  #1042737 13-May-2014 07:42
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BensDaMan: Hate to bump this but about 3 mins ago my net cut out for about 5 seconds, as it reconnected my ping to orcon.net.nz just went down to 13ms! 
About 30 seconds ago it just went back up to 22. dammit.


Random engineering work impact, UFB is best efforts by the LFCs for a reason ;-) can't comment on whether the 13ms was "real" under such circumstances but we aren't going to chase it to get you to 13ms as a norm....switching breaks can introduce a short period of instability in such measurements while traffic settles.




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