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Topic # 99566 22-Mar-2012 05:25
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Hello.

I'm having some issues with my ADSL 2 connection in Hastings. Only certain websites are operational such as www.stuff.co.nz and www.trademe.co.nz and www.snap.net.nz. All other websites simply won't load.

The PPP light is on, I have also reset the router numerous times  and reconfigured the authentication data.

Is anyone else having issues with their connection ? 

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  Reply # 598458 22-Mar-2012 05:29
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connection to the above sites working fine here

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  Reply # 598470 22-Mar-2012 07:35
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omeganz101: Hello.

I'm having some issues with my ADSL 2 connection in Hastings. Only certain websites are operational such as www.stuff.co.nz and www.trademe.co.nz and www.snap.net.nz. All other websites simply won't load.

The PPP light is on, I have also reset the router numerous times  and reconfigured the authentication data.

Is anyone else having issues with their connection ? 

What is your MTU set to on your router? This can cause issues sometimes if its incorrectly set.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 598477 22-Mar-2012 08:20
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The MTU was 1500. So I tried 1492. No difference so changed back to default values.

However, now everything seems fine after coming back from town. I suppose it was only a temporary issue.

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