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  # 1018770 4-Apr-2014 20:31

Ufb down for me in Auckland. Fritzbox reports lots of ppp errors. But now says it is connected, has wan ip, and claims it has been Connected since 1/1/1970 log entries have correct date and time on them.

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  # 1018771 4-Apr-2014 20:32
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dan: Snap vdsl down now as well


Hi All, Issues have also caused ADSL and VDSL2 outages as well, technicians still working on this and will hopefully be resolved soon!

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  # 1018773 4-Apr-2014 20:37
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UFB Working still in CHCh




 

 

 


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  # 1018775 4-Apr-2014 20:42
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VDSL down about 10 minutes ago in Titirangi, West Auckland.

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  # 1018776 4-Apr-2014 20:46
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My vdsl just went down in mt Eden too. Oddly when i look on fritzbox it also says my attenuation has jumped from roughly 12 to 29db and sync from 36/10 to 12/6??

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  # 1018778 4-Apr-2014 20:49
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ADSL still down in Glendowie Auckland.

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  # 1018779 4-Apr-2014 20:56
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I can't get vdsl here or ufb but at least in glenfield I am getting the same speed as you guys on my old adsl, 0 up 0 down

 
 
 
 


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  # 1018780 4-Apr-2014 20:58
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Down in Stonefields, AKL since 630pm, can't get on for gaming session, situation dire..... Need urgent help argggggggg.... Need internet ....

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  # 1018782 4-Apr-2014 21:00
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VDSL in Gulf Harbour, Auckland is down. Has been for about 1-2 hours now.





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  # 1018783 4-Apr-2014 21:02
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sidefx: My vdsl just went down in mt Eden too. Oddly when i look on fritzbox it also says my attenuation has jumped from roughly 12 to 29db and sync from 36/10 to 12/6??


Sounds like something went rather wrong with your line..

Looking at my remote access it looks to be down for my too, no ppp resync emails as of yet.


Picked the right night to be out it would seem.


Here's hoping we are live again by the time I'm on the way back home




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  # 1018784 4-Apr-2014 21:03
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ADSL is still up here in Brighton. 
Seems the partial outage has taken out their main site along with their Network Status page..




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  # 1018785 4-Apr-2014 21:05
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Snap Adsl down in Rotorua too - great to have 3G/4G as a backup

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  # 1018790 4-Apr-2014 21:06
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Anybody else seeing increased attenuation? I'm really hoping i don't also have a line issue that i hadn't noticed until today (haven't looked at it lately and only looked today because it's down lol)

 


edit: looks like i cross posted with you hio77 :) yup, I'm really hoping this isn't a line issue on my line...

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  # 1018792 4-Apr-2014 21:07
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I'm having a line issue with my attenuation jumping from 11 and going to 18, but this has been ongoing the last couple of weeks.





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  # 1018793 4-Apr-2014 21:08
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Both snap vdsl connections here down. Thought my slingshot was as well but it's just that the snap router is still advertising ipv6. Unplugged it and slingshot is still working so I'm still ok.




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