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Topic # 140583 13-Feb-2014 16:31
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Anyone else having issues connecting to international sites?

Getting pretty bad packet loss to most international sites

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  Reply # 986842 13-Feb-2014 16:31
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yep turned to custard a few mins ago

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  Reply # 986844 13-Feb-2014 16:32
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Same here, just when I needed to connect to a work VPN in the US, bugger.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 986847 13-Feb-2014 16:34
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Mine is terrible too.

Edit: Removed irrelevant note, different issue.



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  Reply # 986848 13-Feb-2014 16:35
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Must be an issue upstream with global gateway or the likes

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  Reply # 986849 13-Feb-2014 16:35
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Yeah got problems here on Snap UFB with international.

National still good:

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  Reply # 986850 13-Feb-2014 16:36
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Yep same problem here UFB in Dunedin

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  Reply # 986851 13-Feb-2014 16:36
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Yep, international sites have slowed down quite a bit :(

Can't even load Twitter to send a tweet to Snap!

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  Reply # 986852 13-Feb-2014 16:37
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Nothing international working here either. Something of an inconvenience for work. The helpdesk suddenly appears to be slammed.

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  Reply # 986855 13-Feb-2014 16:39
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Same here, on Snap UFB, and seems like all international at this point.

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  Reply # 986857 13-Feb-2014 16:39
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Yep.





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  Reply # 986858 13-Feb-2014 16:41
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Excellent!, I am not the only one, which I say in a very sympathetic way.

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  Reply # 986859 13-Feb-2014 16:42
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Eh, my 2degrees 3G connection isn't loading stuff either, probably isn't a Snap problem.

Still sucks though!

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  Reply # 986862 13-Feb-2014 16:44
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And we're back. 15 mins of no internet almost killed me.

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  Reply # 986863 13-Feb-2014 16:45
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ChrisNZL: Eh, my 2degrees 3G connection isn't loading stuff either, probably isn't a Snap problem.

Still sucks though!


2degrees use snap.


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  Reply # 986865 13-Feb-2014 16:48
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Looking good






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