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Master Geek


Topic # 66740 22-Aug-2010 18:38
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Has anybody else been experiencing web pages just suddenly stop working? this has been going on since this afternoon here; I am on justbroadband and have checked on multiple computers and browsers.
Page works fine one minute and then BAM! when refresh the page or click on a link within a site such as geekzone I get a server not responding message when I know for a fact that the server is working perfectly.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 371144 22-Aug-2010 18:39
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After clicking on the submit button creating this post I got server not responding for about 5 minutes... this never happened with Xnet.

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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 371170 22-Aug-2010 19:26
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I can confirm i have a problem like you described where i am too, also on Slingshot




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  Reply # 371199 22-Aug-2010 20:39
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Same here.

On xnet. Been a real pain.

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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 371204 22-Aug-2010 20:55
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Cadriel: Same here.

On xnet. Been a real pain.


Your on xnet? so it could be a more widespread problem then just Slingshot...




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  Reply # 371209 22-Aug-2010 21:05
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Yup. xnet has no issues on their status page, so I suspect it may be something more widespread.

either that or a pretty unlikely coincidence. :)

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  Reply # 378062 8-Sep-2010 22:35
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Yep, same problem here.
I'm on Slingshot and this is the second attempt at this post.
Comes up page cannot be found.
It started happening about a month before Slingshot released their AYCE
plan. Happens all the time on any site.

Not happy with Slingshot !




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  Reply # 378093 9-Sep-2010 06:43
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Could it simply be that you have interleaving turned off?

It's way too early for me to go into the specifics of how interleaving works. But if you log in to the My Account section and hunt around in either My Internet or Other Stuff, you should be able to find an option called Interleaving. Try turning it on/off and see if that improves things at all.

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  Reply # 378098 9-Sep-2010 07:09
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Thanks for your reply.
I do have interleaving turned off and have had every since being
with Slingshot, I have gamers in the house and use a lot of voip.
So latency is an issue for me, having said that Slingshot latency where I live is
the lowest I have ever seen from any ISP I have been with, which is good.
2 reasons why I think it is not interleaving 1, It has only started happening about a month
before the AYCE plan was released 2, It only seems to happen at peak times, seems to be fine this morning.
I will have a play around with interleaving though see if it helps.
Thanks for your help.




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