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Master Geek


  # 1018830 4-Apr-2014 22:12
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My ADSL is still down as of now, Te Atatu Auckland.

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Geek


  # 1018832 4-Apr-2014 22:13
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Albany UFB.. Still out.

 
 
 
 


SCM

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Ultimate Geek


  # 1018842 4-Apr-2014 22:17
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Network Status page is still down too lol




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Master Geek


  # 1018843 4-Apr-2014 22:20
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Back up now.

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Uber Geek

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  # 1018844 4-Apr-2014 22:20
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ipv4 and ipv6 back up west Auckland.

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 1018847 4-Apr-2014 22:25
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@Ralph Can we ask what the issue was or is that privileged information?




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Ultimate Geek


  # 1018851 4-Apr-2014 22:42
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Given that service appears to have been restored by re-routing customers to ChCh I would suspect a failure of the BRAS in Auckland.

Have been fine all evening in Palmerston North on VDSL, connection still up since 31/12/13 without a disconnect.

 
 
 
 


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Snap Internet

  # 1018853 4-Apr-2014 22:47
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nedkelly: @Ralph Can we ask what the issue was or is that privileged information?


Hi All,

Sure - we had a failure of multiple devices around the Auckland area, we have re-routed a majority of connections to alternate areas while we diagnose and put a permanent fix in place. Sorry for the inconvenience and I'll update more here as we get more info.

As some others have noticed there will be higher latency while your connections are re-routed, this will be resolved once we fully fix the issue!

Thanks




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  # 1018856 4-Apr-2014 23:35
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My PPP is dead again. Using 3g. Interestingly geekzone.co.nz doesn't resolve over Telecom 3g. Having to use Google's DNS.

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  # 1018860 5-Apr-2014 00:48
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yep, looks like we are back up here.. accidently dropped my PPP as i got home, took awhile to prop back up much to my frustration!


hope to hear more as things develop snap :) and to think i was looking forward to graphs tonight dammit! oh well, gotta get outta the house sometimes right? :c




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Ultimate Geek


  # 1018865 5-Apr-2014 05:57
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Still down here. UFB Blenheim.

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Ultimate Geek


  # 1018867 5-Apr-2014 06:05
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Looks like I had a timeout session around 8pm yesterday and I wasn't home at the time then I had a timeout for about 10 mins around 6am today.

-Auckland VDSL

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Ultimate Geek


  # 1018869 5-Apr-2014 06:56
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Still down here in kapiti adsl. Snap should we still be having impacts

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  # 1018870 5-Apr-2014 06:59
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Snap VDSL down in manukau city, since 7 last night.




May the farce be with you!




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Ultimate Geek


  # 1018871 5-Apr-2014 06:59
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Had 10 more mins of timeouts again and this time IPv6 came back, traffic is still being rerouting still so Im guessing Snap are still working on the issues.

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