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  # 1018795 4-Apr-2014 21:10
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My attenuation seems to have dropped by 1db :/




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  # 1018798 4-Apr-2014 21:16
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By dropping do you mean decreasing?


Thoses of you with.attenuation changes would be unrelated Ild say.


I do wonder however if the changes chorus were meant to deploy today didn't.go quite so smooth and resulted in the current fault.




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  # 1018801 4-Apr-2014 21:21
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Vdsl down in auckland for me. Pppoe timeouts. Who made a change on a Friday night during peek times.

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  # 1018802 4-Apr-2014 21:21
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hio77: By dropping do you mean decreasing?

Decreasing, yep.




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  # 1018803 4-Apr-2014 21:23
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redstorm: Vdsl down in auckland for me. Pppoe timeouts. Who made a change on a Friday night during peek times.


Hmm, there was something planned wasn't there?

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  # 1018806 4-Apr-2014 21:25
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NzBeagle:
redstorm: Vdsl down in auckland for me. Pppoe timeouts. Who made a change on a Friday night during peek times.


Hmm, there was something planned wasn't there?


Ild say it wasn't planned to be done at peak.




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  # 1018816 4-Apr-2014 21:50
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Any update Snap?  Missus wants to watch internet and is starting to  get shirty!

 
 
 
 


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  # 1018817 4-Apr-2014 21:51
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Hi All,

Sorry taking longer than we expected, but hopefully not too far away!

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  # 1018819 4-Apr-2014 21:52
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Benoire: Any update Snap?  Missus wants to watch internet and is starting to  get shirty!


Oh no! That is a worry!





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  # 1018820 4-Apr-2014 21:55
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RalphFromSnap: Hi All,

Sorry taking longer than we expected, but hopefully not too far away!

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  # 1018821 4-Apr-2014 21:56
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Back up in manukau

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  # 1018822 4-Apr-2014 21:56
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Back up here in Gulf Harbour, too





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  # 1018823 4-Apr-2014 21:57
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just back now in Rotorua , spent 40 minutes waiting on the phone to Snap to talk to someone only to be told if it not up tomorrow ring back,but all good now .




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  # 1018824 4-Apr-2014 21:58
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vexxxboy: just back now in Rotorua , spent 40 minutes waiting on the phone to Snap to talk to someone only to be told if it not up tomorrow ring back,but all good now .


I gave up waiting on te phone.

The IVR wouldn't even tell me what number I was in the queue, so I assumed a VEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERY long way down.





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  # 1018828 4-Apr-2014 22:09
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Was out so avoided most of it but PPP seemed to drop here at 8:12pm. Came back up at 9:52pm but is going via CHCH and IPv6 isn't working. Who unplugged the big noisy heater with blinking lights to do the vacuuming? :p

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