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  Reply # 904747 29-Sep-2013 20:36
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Looks like DNS server is a bit slow again?

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  Reply # 904772 29-Sep-2013 21:12
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variable: Looks like DNS server is a bit slow again?


I am using it at home in auckland with no issues, query load looks normal and i am not seeing any attack at the moment.

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  Reply # 904787 29-Sep-2013 21:29
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ptinson:
variable: Looks like DNS server is a bit slow again?


I am using it at home in auckland with no issues, query load looks normal and i am not seeing any attack at the moment.

Paul


I am getting intermittent long loads, flat bush area.

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  Reply # 904790 29-Sep-2013 21:41
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variable:
ptinson:
variable: Looks like DNS server is a bit slow again?


I am using it at home in auckland with no issues, query load looks normal and i am not seeing any attack at the moment.

Paul


I am getting intermittent long loads, flat bush area.


Are you sure its long pauses in DNS? Or just long load times in general?




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  Reply # 904792 29-Sep-2013 21:43
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ptinson:
variable:
ptinson:
variable: Looks like DNS server is a bit slow again?


I am using it at home in auckland with no issues, query load looks normal and i am not seeing any attack at the moment.

Paul


I am getting intermittent long loads, flat bush area.


Are you sure its long pauses in DNS? Or just long load times in general?


well I guess it's the DNS cause I get blank page for a long time, then once it starts loading the page it's fast.

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  Reply # 904800 29-Sep-2013 22:06
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That can be any number of other things happening, with pages usually including a hell of a lot of tracking and advertising scripts hosted elsewhere, if any of them are slow or dont load at all you will see that sort of behaviour.

Try it with adblock and see if its any better, try it with any number of the web perfromance addons and see if they show you where the delays are.

DNS is very far down the list for that sort of thing happening, usually if its DNS you will get total failures to load parts of the content, not just slowness.




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  Reply # 904841 30-Sep-2013 06:07
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Yes I know can be number of things, but when all sites having the same behaviour then it's pretty obvious.

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  Reply # 904842 30-Sep-2013 06:10
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The reason I said it was DNS was because when we had DNS issues this month I experienced same symptoms,

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  Reply # 904851 30-Sep-2013 07:52
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I honestly don't think it was DNS, or at least not Orcon DNS this time.
I cant see any anomalies in the data over the weekend, if there were I would be upfront and honestly let you know.

Paul




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