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  # 987572 15-Feb-2014 00:32
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jasonh: 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.


Same here. Getting errors when trying to load pages (This webpage is not available). Glad to see its not only me. 




 

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  # 987670 15-Feb-2014 11:04
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yeah, dns server seems to be failing on some requests currently..

IPv4 requests are failing too now.

ironically, IPv6 was perfectly fine before, and it still seems good for the time being.




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  # 987684 15-Feb-2014 11:06
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I can't resolve anything if I turn IPv6 off - ever since the update. Running the 7360.




 

 

 


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  # 987685 15-Feb-2014 11:08
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cjmchch: I can't resolve anything if I turn IPv6 off - ever since the update. Running the 7360.


interesting, i havent turned my IPv6 off at all - as i keep mentioning, it was never broke for me..

so i wonder if IPv6 is now dodgy for me, and ill be forced to make the choice.. IF that IS the case, i must say, nice going snap.




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  # 987713 15-Feb-2014 11:44
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I've also had pages randomly failing to load. Thought it was a Chrome beta issue but guess not..

 

This has been happening since before the 13th as well

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  # 987783 15-Feb-2014 14:44
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I haven't been using the internet heaps, but my Snap UFB connection seems stable.

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  # 987787 15-Feb-2014 14:57
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Are those who are having problems all using Fritzboxes?

 
 
 
 




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  # 987790 15-Feb-2014 15:09
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Nope, Zyxel + Asus RTN66U running Tomato RAF

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  # 987791 15-Feb-2014 15:09
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yes, 5.22... suspect snap changed their ipv6 for 6.0 and broke 5.22

not the greatest for vdsl...




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  # 987793 15-Feb-2014 15:10
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Fritz 7360 here




 

 

 


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  # 987825 15-Feb-2014 16:32
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Nope, using a Vigor.

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  # 987888 15-Feb-2014 17:56
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Intermittent DNS failures here for what seems like a week now.
Pages in Chrome unable to load citing ERR_NAME_RESOLUTION_FAILED, reload the page and it works fine.

On Snap VDSL with Thomson modem bridged to Mikrotik router.

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  # 987891 15-Feb-2014 17:57
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lokeynz:
Pages in Chrome unable to load citing ERR_NAME_RESOLUTION_FAILED, reload the page and it works fine.


Ditto, hope snap can get this sorted! 




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  # 987922 15-Feb-2014 18:25
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For now I am going to move to open dns. Problem is I havent been able to access it to get set up details because of these problems.

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  # 987934 15-Feb-2014 18:52
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Fritzbox 7390 with UFB and im having trouble even getting youtube to play. Also lots of site even geekzone are taking 30 seconds to load. 

Been like this most of the day and happened a few days back as well. 

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