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Topic # 128666 18-Aug-2013 19:30
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Seems to be exclusively a problem when I am at home on wifi on my snap connection, both phones will not load images including peoples avatars, kick back to the 3g connection or else jump on over to my slingshot connection and they load immediatly.

Anyone else seen this? Happening on 2 android phones, my android TV stick (which I cant use on 3g obviously) and also my cheap nasty tablet.

Just want to see if its a widespread problem or something I have done here. laptop and desktop pc on snap are loading all content just fine.




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  Reply # 880758 18-Aug-2013 22:35
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Works fine here, check your dns settings on your modem?



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  Reply # 880763 18-Aug-2013 22:46
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They are using what is assigned by snap - 202.37.101.1 and 202.37.101.2 - cant see where it lists any ipv6 DNS's or if it would even be using any.




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  Reply # 881572 20-Aug-2013 14:29
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I had the same issue a few days ago though it seams to have passed now.
Was only on my Snap connection, on 3G no issues at all.
I thought it was something to do with FB's CDN...




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  Reply # 881583 20-Aug-2013 15:03
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my wife was complaining about this a couple days ago, facebook android app - unusually painfully slow uploading photos in it.

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