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  # 1839635 5-Aug-2017 21:47
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Where would you like a traceroute to?

 

I am happy to provide any info that would be helpful.








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  # 1839640 5-Aug-2017 22:01
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Encountered another webpage which is terribly slow on the two 2degrees connections I have access to: http://www.runescape.com/community

 

5 mins and counting for this webpage to load on my 2degrees connection...

 

Working fine on Skinny 4G

 

Tracing route to nginx.web.any.jagex.com [91.235.140.148]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

 

1 1 ms <1 ms <1 ms pfsense.home [192.168.1.1]
2 16 ms 3 ms 3 ms 186.7.69.111.static.snap.net.nz [111.69.7.186]
3 7 ms 5 ms 5 ms 111-69-3-5.core.snap.net.nz [111.69.3.5]
4 * 130 ms 129 ms TWO-DEGREES.bar1.SanFrancisco1.Level3.net [4.16.192.146]
5 132 ms 132 ms 134 ms xe-4-2-0.bar1.SanFrancisco1.Level3.net [4.16.192.145]
6 146 ms 145 ms 145 ms ae-1-4.bar1.LasVegas1.Level3.net [4.69.133.109]
7 146 ms 145 ms 147 ms ae-1-4.bar1.LasVegas1.Level3.net [4.69.133.109]
8 147 ms 158 ms 147 ms 205.129.17.98
9 146 ms 146 ms 147 ms nginx.web.any.jagex.com [91.235.140.148]






 
 
 
 


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  # 1839687 6-Aug-2017 01:49
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bonkas:

 

Encountered another webpage which is terribly slow on the two 2degrees connections I have access to: http://www.runescape.com/community

 

 

Confirmed this on my 2degrees fibre connection - it just hangs trying to load. On the same browser I connected to my privoxy server that goes out through a Mullvad VPN connection in the Netherlands and the page loaded almost instantly.


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# 1839708 6-Aug-2017 08:12
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Im not sure what 2Degrees did. But my throughput on my VDSL connection (17a profile in Orewa in Auckland) has returned to normal in terms of download throughput.

 

Sustained downloads were around 55kbps this week and are now back to a healthy 6.5Mbps (tested on a Debian ISO download last Monday, Tuesday, yesterday and now today). Protocols used were FTP and HTTP. Both returned to normal.

 

Has anybody else seen things return to normal?

 

Now I can continue to download my photo 25gig photo library as I move between cloud providers. cool

 

 

 

 


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  # 1839739 6-Aug-2017 08:54
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Anyone who wants to test can run l use the AWS speed test tool I linked to yesterday. I'm running it now, it takes a while though.


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Uber Geek


  # 1839746 6-Aug-2017 09:23
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The problem downloads seem much better for me this morning. The websites load quickly and downloads complete in a handful of seconds.




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  # 1839755 6-Aug-2017 10:19
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Seems to have mostly cleared up for me also.

 

All the previous websites and downloads I had issues with now a much faster.

 

Usenet is around 10-11MB/s rather than 2 I was getting before.

 

Sourceforge and other websites seem to be downloading as per normal also.






 
 
 
 


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  # 1839765 6-Aug-2017 10:37
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I agree that Amazon S3 on the US West coast is performing much better today. EC2 virtual machines are better, not as good as S3, but that could be capacity issues - EC2 is a single VM, S3 is a massively scalable service.

 

I'd post the results but I hit reload by mistake and they disappeared, and they take ages to run.

 

 




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  # 1839774 6-Aug-2017 11:11
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Yep I did a Amazon test also but refreshed the page! Let me know if this is still wanted and I can do again.






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  # 1843572 10-Aug-2017 14:25
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Hi folks, 

 

We found a fault within Level 3’s (USA large carrier) network where it interconnects with us in Los Angeles, we rerouted the data through an alternate path (which alleviated the fault), and as of this morning the initial fault was resolved and data is back to normal.

 

Regards

 

^POB


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  # 1843581 10-Aug-2017 14:34
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2degreesCare:

 

Hi folks, 

 

We found a fault within Level 3’s (USA large carrier) network where it interconnects with us in Los Angeles, we rerouted the data through an alternate path (which alleviated the fault), and as of this morning the initial fault was resolved and data is back to normal.

 

Regards

 

^POB

 

 

 

 

Sounds like NOC has done well again, nicely done. Hopefully L3 sort it out soon!





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  # 1843704 10-Aug-2017 18:21
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2degreesCare:

 

Hi folks, 

 

We found a fault within Level 3’s (USA large carrier) network where it interconnects with us in Los Angeles, we rerouted the data through an alternate path (which alleviated the fault), and as of this morning the initial fault was resolved and data is back to normal.

 

Regards

 

^POB

 

 

 

 

Working well for me now. Thanks for the quick resolution, guys! :)


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