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  Reply # 833291 9-Jun-2013 23:26
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anyone having troubles with youtube at the moment?

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  Reply # 833292 9-Jun-2013 23:27
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and everything actually, it's really horrible right now, connections dropping left right and centre even to NZ sites like ninjakiwi.com

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 833728 10-Jun-2013 19:30
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shreddakj: and everything actually, it's really horrible right now, connections dropping left right and centre even to NZ sites like ninjakiwi.com


It's not just Orcon that is having issues at the moment, our latency for anything is a mess at the moment and we do not have an Orcon connection.

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  Reply # 833732 10-Jun-2013 19:44
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Youtube is unusable currently for us on Orcon. Takes ages to load and when it does it buffers the videos every few seconds. Works fine on 2degrees 3g modem.


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  Reply # 836992 14-Jun-2013 19:08
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Anyone having trouble tonight? Ours is on the go slow. Just tried to watch a trailer on the XBoxband had to buffer several times :(

Currently getting 1.6mbps to Sydney on speed test.net - yes it's not a typo, that's 1.6mbps

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  Reply # 836993 14-Jun-2013 19:13
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oh yes and im on Fibre, i just got 3.6mbps!!!! i thought there was a drag on the net tonight

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  Reply # 836994 14-Jun-2013 19:14
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and that speedtest was the highest on all servers listed

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  Reply # 836995 14-Jun-2013 19:14
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Yip, we've got fibre too. Slowest I've seen it in a while.

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  Reply # 836996 14-Jun-2013 19:19
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its the slowest i've ever had lol, i wonder if anyone else on other networks are slow at the momment? if they are it could be an international cable issue

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  Reply # 842029 23-Jun-2013 18:52
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Not complaining or anything Laughing Good speeds on torrent files tonight (Linux ISO's Innocent) something changed?

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  Reply # 842066 23-Jun-2013 20:42
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Yes

We recently added more bandwidth. So speeds should be pretty good.

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  Reply # 842076 23-Jun-2013 21:10
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Sounddude: Yes

We recently added more bandwidth. So speeds should be pretty good.


weird, it seems worse if anything to me.

the hop at 206.223.143.241 seems to be to blame.. which says it's orcon any2ix...

could be some deprioritisation, but tracing back from the US it seems to start there... 

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  Reply # 842083 23-Jun-2013 21:12
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Very happy with current international download speeds, thank you :).


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  Reply # 842164 24-Jun-2013 08:35
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So the 'Linux ISO' brigade will step up their efforts, now, to see how long it takes to slow the network down again!

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  Reply # 846894 28-Jun-2013 20:31
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Been having some bad experiences the last couple nights after 10-11pm, speedtest just to auckland running at 1 mpbs not sure if my own line fault or something to do with orcon? It isn't slow the entire night, just spikes after 10pm.

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