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Topic # 196174 21-May-2016 21:49
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I am in Browns Bay and I have lost Internet. I am on Fibre and phone (Orcon Genius) is still working but no INternet. Was working fine till about 9:35pm Anyone else with same problem in Browns bay area. Have rebooted router etc 





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  Reply # 1556999 21-May-2016 21:51
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Are you using dns4me? They are experiencing a ddos attack at present

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  Reply # 1557000 21-May-2016 21:52
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In Wgtn, with Spark Fibre and Internet not working either.

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  Reply # 1557002 21-May-2016 21:53
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clinty: Are you using dns4me? They are experiencing a ddos attack at present

Yes using them. Will try and remove.



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  Reply # 1557003 21-May-2016 21:55
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Yes I will revert to ordinary and see if that helps. I was watching TV dam it





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  Reply # 1557004 21-May-2016 21:57
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Entered Spark DNS in laptop, and worked.



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  Reply # 1557006 21-May-2016 22:01
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Nope not the DNS. Must be somethging wrong at Orcon. Of course they dont have any staff on after 8.0pm Interesting that I still have phone as usually that goes down  when Internet fails

 

 





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  Reply # 1557010 21-May-2016 22:05
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Yes - DNS4ME are under attack at the moment. Switching to one of their other DNS servers (outside of NZ/AU) works.





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  Reply # 1557011 21-May-2016 22:08
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ronw:

Nope not the DNS. Must be somethging wrong at Orcon. Of course they dont have any staff on after 8.0pm Interesting that I still have phone as usually that goes down  when Internet fails


 



Can you try pinging 8.8.8.8?

If it doesn't return a timeout it is likely that it is a DNS issue



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  Reply # 1557013 21-May-2016 22:12
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OK How do I choose servers on DNS4me I cannot see an option in the User Console

 

 





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  Reply # 1557014 21-May-2016 22:15
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ronw:

OK How do I choose servers on DNS4me I cannot see an option in the User Console


 



Youu don't choose the server there. You can find the DNS servers addresses under Faq - wnich DNS do I use

You then need to change to the new dns ip in your router or device (using thier guides if you need to)

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  Reply # 1557015 21-May-2016 22:16
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Also it appears the oz and nz DNS server are the ones under attack, other ones appear ok at the moment



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  Reply # 1557016 21-May-2016 22:17
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Ok Figured that out presumably its bet to choose DNS close to NZ if possible





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  Reply # 1557017 21-May-2016 22:18
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@ronw look here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=178&topicid=195520&page_no=2#1557007

I don't want to post this in the public due to the nature of these attacks (suspected to be from a provider with an obsession of popcorn).





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  Reply # 1557018 21-May-2016 22:18
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ronw:

Ok Figured that out presumably its bet to choose DNS close to NZ if possible



Yep :)

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  Reply # 1557782 23-May-2016 10:30
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michaelmurfy:

 

Yes - DNS4ME are under attack at the moment. Switching to one of their other DNS servers (outside of NZ/AU) works.

 



Yes DNS4ME seems to get attacked every now and then the attack was a NTP DDOS was flooding the host with about 300mbit of traffic lasted 1 1/2 hours, lucky because NTP attacks usually are allot bigger 1GBIT+ attacks.
To help this make sure you set the secondary DNS server, although I believe the secondary server was also been flooded by a "RENT A DDOS" 





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