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  # 986871 13-Feb-2014 16:52
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bradstewart: And we're back. 15 mins of no internet almost killed me.


Thank goodness, I was just about to go outside D:

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  # 986876 13-Feb-2014 17:01
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JamesL:
bradstewart: And we're back. 15 mins of no internet almost killed me.


Thank goodness, I was just about to go outside D:


outside? careful now..





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  # 986881 13-Feb-2014 17:04
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HowickDota: Looking good



You are lucky,
My snap 100/50 never gets international connections like that
Always below 10, averaging 5


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  # 986882 13-Feb-2014 17:06
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skewt:
HowickDota: Looking good



You are lucky,
My snap 100/50 never gets international connections like that
Always below 10, averaging 5



sounds like something odd there..



50/10 VDSL.




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  # 986886 13-Feb-2014 17:15
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Yeah my International is acceptable haha.




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  # 986888 13-Feb-2014 17:18
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Well this is my national:



This is my international:



Ive been back and forth with snap fixing issues with this connection since I put it in and I'm rather over it.
National was fixed and it all appeared fine but I now require about 80 connections over multiple files to max my line speed where it used to take 1 file with a couple of connections
Moving house soon so will probably be having a change



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  # 986889 13-Feb-2014 17:19
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And a sydney one as well:


 
 
 
 


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  # 986954 13-Feb-2014 19:41
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varix: Yeah my International is acceptable haha.





Bugger. I don't get anywhere near that good a connection overseas, and I'm on the Snap 200/50 trial. I occasionally get 80 to Sydney, but don't recall ever getting over 15 to LA.

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  # 986956 13-Feb-2014 19:44
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I'm also seeing bandwidth to the US that's a lot lower than I would expect.

Auckland (Orcon)


Los Angeles (different servers)



That being said, the connection seems to be more stable tonight than it was last night. I've been trialing a couple of services for unblocking US video sites (Unblock-US, UnoTelly) and was getting awful playback on both. Hulu was frequently stopping to buffer, and Syfy was continually auto-switching between quality settings. I've just watched a TV episode from Hulu with only one quick pause near the start, and Syfy is sticking pretty much to a single quality level.

I'm not that worried about the top speed. I'd just prefer to have a steady connection.

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  # 986957 13-Feb-2014 19:46
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never have any issues with international capacity myself..




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  # 986960 13-Feb-2014 19:50
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Try www.getflix.com.au i find it alot better then unblock.us etc

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  # 986964 13-Feb-2014 19:58
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maslink:
varix: Yeah my International is acceptable haha.

 



Bugger. I don't get anywhere near that good a connection overseas, and I'm on the Snap 200/50 trial. I occasionally get 80 to Sydney, but don't recall ever getting over 15 to LA.


I take it back...best ever result to Sydney just now:



LA still pretty crap tho @ 10/5 :-(

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Hi All,

Just an update on what this was, at around 16:25 today there was a DDOS on one of our downstream users which caused (significant) congestion on our NZ - USA paths. as son as it was identified we took measures to isolate the traffic. NZ, AU and some Asian paths would not have been impacted. all back to normal now though!

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  # 986999 13-Feb-2014 21:06
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All in a day's work for bicycle repair man :)


The orange is nearly right!

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  # 987420 14-Feb-2014 18:30
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Internet has still been a bit flay all day. Speed hasn't been quite right and often I am opening a page and get an error in safari telling me it can't find the server. Not just one machine but on different machines all day, not for just one website but for a number of them.


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