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#195760 3-May-2016 07:54
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Is anyone having speed issues this morning? Normally get around 850Mbps down, but currently testing on Speedtest, am only getting about 15Mbps down.

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  #1545743 3-May-2016 08:08
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I gather you're in Dunedin on giga plan?

Restarted the router?

Ps the robot is broken eh

 
 
 

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  #1545745 3-May-2016 08:11
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joker97: I gather you're in Dunedin on giga plan?

Restarted the router?

Ps the robot is broken eh

 

Yep in Dunedin on a Giga plan, restarted the router as well. No change.


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  #1545746 3-May-2016 08:12
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Might be worth giving a few more details like which speedtest server you're testing too, what other tests you've done (well seeded linux torrent?), etc.





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  #1545941 3-May-2016 12:37
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sidefx:

 

Might be worth giving a few more details like which speedtest server you're testing too, what other tests you've done (well seeded linux torrent?), etc.

 

 

 

 

It seems to have come right now, but was testing on the 2degrees server hosted in Dunedin. It may have had something to do with fibre being installed about 500m around the road. 

 

 


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  #1545963 3-May-2016 12:49
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semigeek:

 

sidefx:

 

Might be worth giving a few more details like which speedtest server you're testing too, what other tests you've done (well seeded linux torrent?), etc.

 

 

 

 

It seems to have come right now, but was testing on the 2degrees server hosted in Dunedin. It may have had something to do with fibre being installed about 500m around the road. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Or 1 of a bajillion other potential causes.


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  #1545975 3-May-2016 12:51
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Hey Semigeek,

 

No known issues our end, glad to see it's come right.

 

Feel free to let us know if it occurs again, and we'll get it checked out for you.

 

Thanks 

 

Ralph ^JOB


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