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# 210447 27-Mar-2017 22:23
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Hey Guys I just have a quick question.


After over a years uptime on my pfsense fiber box I had to power it down for some software updates and NIC changes, When it cam back up I noticed I didnt have a familiar 2degrees/snap ip address.


I now have an IP address belonging to who seem to do mobile solutions.


Is this a recent move by 2degrees or am I somehow on a different network? Have noticed youtube stutterring and speed tests very erratic only getting my full speed at the last few seconds of the test, the remaining 90% of the test I am getting 20-30% of speed (This pegged straight to my plan limits speed straight sway a few days ago).


I have reset the configuration on my pfsense box and the stuttering and wierd IP remains...

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  # 1749079 27-Mar-2017 22:33
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2 Degrees was called NZ Communications before launch.

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  # 1749080 27-Mar-2017 22:35
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And ”Econet” before that...


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  # 1749437 28-Mar-2017 14:28
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Ahh cool, did not know that.


I'm one of these geeks who like numbers and just noticed it changed to a different ip range.

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  # 1749452 28-Mar-2017 14:42
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I'm one of these geeks who like numbers...





There are geeks who don't like numbers? They should turn in their geek card :p

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