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Master Geek
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Topic # 201397 16-Aug-2016 22:37
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Hey all,

 

In the last day or so I've been experiencing ERR_QUIC_PROTOCOL_ERROR issues in Chrome when trying to access most Google services. This is happening on all our homes devices on 2d broadband (currently ADSL), all using Chrome.

 

I'm unsure if something has recently changed in Chrome, at 2d, or something else is at play. Certainly I haven't made any local changes so I was just wondering if anyone else has come up against this in the last couple of days? My light reading has indicated that this error can occur if something dicey was happening upstream.

 

I've disabled QUIC in the meantime but that shouldn't really be a step I should need to take. Admittedly I haven't done too much investigation in to the cause at this stage.

 

Would be interested to hear of anyone else experiencing this.

 

Cheers


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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 1612885 16-Aug-2016 22:46
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What's your router?



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1617180 25-Aug-2016 09:03
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Hey sorry a bit slow to return but I am using a NetComm NB6Plus4Wn, which has been very solid.

 

Not entirely sure what was going on there but the following day and ever since we've been fine. Never did find a source for that one! Cheers 


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