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Topic # 229242 14-Feb-2018 11:04
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I'm seeing very slow ipv6 traffic when downloading from, about 300KB/s vs 23MB/s on ipv4.


I managed to contact one of the admins at and they setup another host on WIX for me to test (different ISP) and I still get 300KB/s.


Auckland based ipv6 hosts (via APE) I can get 23MB/s, but not WIX.


Can someone from 2degrees take a look?

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  Reply # 1956929 14-Feb-2018 11:41
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I'm also using 2degrees and seeing the same behaviour

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  Reply # 1959886 18-Feb-2018 13:45
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Hi @Noodles,

That sounds like it could be some kind of a routing issue, I'll have our technical team check into that one.

Can you please PM us with your customer number and address so we can look into this - and if possible can you also PM what your IPv4 and IPv6 address is when running the tests so we can more easily check the route.


@OmniouS if you can also PM the above, hopefully we can isolate the issue and get it sorted :)


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