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Stu Fleming
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      10-08-2005
Major changes to Paradise DSL routing and IP address allocation?

ADSL router at home went from a 203.97.186.* subnet to a 218.101.22.*
this arvo with a hugely different national routing path...
 
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steve
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      10-08-2005
Stu Fleming wrote:

> Major changes to Paradise DSL routing and IP address allocation?
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> ADSL router at home went from a 203.97.186.* subnet to a 218.101.22.*
> this arvo with a hugely different national routing path...


Interesting.....anyone know why?
 
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      10-09-2005
steve wrote:
> Stu Fleming wrote:
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>>Major changes to Paradise DSL routing and IP address allocation?
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>>ADSL router at home went from a 203.97.186.* subnet to a 218.101.22.*
>>this arvo with a hugely different national routing path...

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> Interesting.....anyone know why?


Telecom screwing with Paradise again?
 
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Stu Fleming
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      10-09-2005
a.d. wrote:
> steve wrote:
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>> Stu Fleming wrote:
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>>> Major changes to Paradise DSL routing and IP address allocation?
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>>> ADSL router at home went from a 203.97.186.* subnet to a 218.101.22.*
>>> this arvo with a hugely different national routing path...

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>> Interesting.....anyone know why?

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> Telecom screwing with Paradise again?


I think it might be related to Telecom resale customers as some of my
other TelstraClear ADSL sites haven't changed...
 
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Bruce Knox
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      10-09-2005
On Sat, 08 Oct 2005 17:51:37 +1300, Stu Fleming <(E-Mail Removed)>
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>Major changes to Paradise DSL routing and IP address allocation?
>
>ADSL router at home went from a 203.97.186.* subnet to a 218.101.22.*
>this arvo with a hugely different national routing path...

Me too. Are they maybe trying to get round the Cogent and Level 3
de-peering problems? I have not noticed any but I believe they do
cause problems esp. with streaming media.


Bruce http://www.baggins.co.nz
http://physio.otago.ac.nz
 
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