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Anyone Else Having Problems With Accessing Hpc?

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had problems on sat (?) whenever it was reported and there was a msg from

doccyboy saying apols for the problems but all fixed now.

well they werent for me . I am still having problems but only with hpc

anything else is fine . I can occasionally get on but rest of time it

just hangs with the browser :

Network Timeout

The operation timed out when attempting to contact www.housepricecrash.co.uk.

so some attempted diagnostic stuff below (didnt do me any good apart

from indicating problem in fubra ):

dig www.housepricecrash.co.uk. any

; <<>> DiG 9.4.3-P4 <<>> www.housepricecrash.co.uk. any

;; global options: printcmd

;; Got answer:

;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 32601

;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 7, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 0

;; QUESTION SECTION:

;www.housepricecrash.co.uk. IN ANY

;; ANSWER SECTION:

www.housepricecrash.co.uk. 1614 IN CNAME housepricecrash.co.uk.

housepricecrash.co.uk. 60 IN SOA ns1.fubra.com. dns.fubra.com. 2011112402 1200 120 1209600 60

housepricecrash.co.uk. 3600 IN A 87.124.44.1

housepricecrash.co.uk. 3600 IN MX 5 abe2.fubra.it.

housepricecrash.co.uk. 60 IN NS ns1.fubra.com.

housepricecrash.co.uk. 60 IN NS ns2.fubra.com.

housepricecrash.co.uk. 3600 IN TXT "v=spf1 ip4:87.124.0.0/15 -all"

;; Query time: 29 msec

;; SERVER: 192.168.0.1#53(192.168.0.1)

;; WHEN: Wed Jun 6 18:26:09 2012

;; MSG SIZE rcvd: 229

ie the ip address of hpc is 87.124.44.1

and to state the obvious , the nameservers are ns1.fubra.com , ns2.fubra.com.

using traceroute

when I am able to access :

traceroute www.housepricecrash.co.uk

traceroute to www.housepricecrash.co.uk (87.124.44.1), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets

1 www.routerlogin.com (192.168.0.1) 0.927 ms 6.100 ms 6.494 ms

2 anchor-hg-1-lo100.router.demon.net (194.159.161.32) 24.531 ms 25.985 ms 28.719 ms

3 anchor-access-4-s2002.router.demon.net (194.217.23.5) 31.038 ms 32.198 ms 34.407 ms

4 gi7-0-0-dar4.lah.uk.cw.net (194.159.161.94) 36.854 ms 38.639 ms 40.265 ms

5 xe-11-1-0-xur1.lns.uk.cw.net (193.195.25.34) 41.980 ms 44.673 ms 46.873 ms

6 linx2.thn.fubra.net (195.66.237.33) 49.176 ms 43.819 ms 45.748 ms

7 neos1.cer2.manor.fubra.net (87.124.32.70) 48.677 ms 26.857 ms 28.114 ms

8 r1s.c2.catn.com (87.124.43.21) 29.565 ms 30.767 ms 32.464 ms

9 r1s.c2.catn.com (87.124.43.21) 35.117 ms 36.538 ms 38.767 ms

puzzled why the last one is repeated and is not hpc ?

and at a bad time :

traceroute www.housepricecrash.co.uk

traceroute to www.housepricecrash.co.uk (87.124.44.1), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets

1 www.routerlogin.com (192.168.0.1) 1.019 ms 6.237 ms 6.634 ms

2 anchor-hg-1-lo100.router.demon.net (194.159.161.32) 24.143 ms 25.231 ms 28.844 ms

3 anchor-access-4-s2002.router.demon.net (194.217.23.5) 31.421 ms 33.500 ms 34.449 ms

4 gi7-0-0-dar4.lah.uk.cw.net (194.159.161.94) 36.996 ms 38.715 ms 40.080 ms

5 xe-11-1-0-xur1.lns.uk.cw.net (193.195.25.34) 43.368 ms 44.997 ms 47.185 ms

6 linx2.thn.fubra.net (195.66.237.33) 48.010 ms 45.106 ms 45.457 ms

7 neos1.cer2.manor.fubra.net (87.124.32.70) 48.726 ms 26.619 ms 26.138 ms

8 * * *

I saw on the bbc site that have started the new internet ie ip6 in the

last week ... (thought it had been there for ages ?) anyway - could that have

something to do with it ?

any thoughts ?

cheers,

rockhopper

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Yes, my problem is quite peculiar affecting one computer desktop (wired) but not the laptop (wifi)... basically, HPC often fails to load (time-out), and it the only website to do this. If I leave it a while and refresh it will load. It's been going on for months, even with a computer change.

Quite bizarre, I suspect my HPC activity is being monitored :ph34r:

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Yes, my problem is quite peculiar affecting one computer desktop (wired) but not the laptop (wifi)... basically, HPC often fails to load (time-out), and it the only website to do this. If I leave it a while and refresh it will load. It's been going on for months, even with a computer change.

Quite bizarre, I suspect my HPC activity is being monitored :ph34r:

I'm using chrome, and I'm suffering constant time outs...

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I'm having terrible problems accessing this forum today. All day.

pinging www.housepricecrash.co.uk gives huge packet losses. It takes minutes to load a page, and I have to try over and over past all the "connection refuseds".

Is it just me? If not can someone have a look please?

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I'm having terrible problems accessing this forum today. All day.

pinging www.housepricecrash.co.uk gives huge packet losses. It takes minutes to load a page, and I have to try over and over past all the "connection refuseds".

Is it just me? If not can someone have a look please?

+1 Not just you HPC has been very problematic since Sunday for me (on 4 different devices)

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The site has been appalling all day to day. Its been getting worse over the last week or so. Internet explorer has not been able to find the site. Its the worst site I have encountered for problems. Years ago it was fine.

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I'm having terrible problems accessing this forum today. All day.

pinging www.housepricecrash.co.uk gives huge packet losses. It takes minutes to load a page, and I have to try over and over past all the "connection refuseds".

Is it just me? If not can someone have a look please?

Likewise.

I emailed the web master and my ISP and both report no problems. But for the last 3 days pages won't load or take an age. Other times all is well but for a minority of the time.

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Yes it's been going on for a few weeks IMO. I just ran a continuous ping and I received 86% packet loss over a 10 minute period. Is it DDOS? :ph34r:

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Glad it's not just me. Thanks for the replies, and yes it's been the same over the whole weekend.

I can read for a few minutes at a time before it's unusable again. Getting here I'm surprised to see so many threads created, and so many posts.

Very frustrating!

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I'm using the newest Firefox, I've not had any problems, and until these threads appeared, I wouldn't have known there's been a problem. Or is I'm living in a dream world, and I'm just typing to myself?

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I'm using the newest Firefox, I've not had any problems, and until these threads appeared, I wouldn't have known there's been a problem.

That's been my experience too.

Usually when the site has problems, no one can access it.

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I've also been having trouble accessing HPC site in the past few days. It's been very slow to get in and/or timing out.

On another matter, why does the forum look COMPLETELY different when I am logged in? (As opposed to when I am not logged in, ie when I am considered a "guest".)

I find it harder to navigate the "logged in" layout, so I only log in when I have to eg to post or to access polls etc. Does anyone else have this? (I am using Firefox and Windows 7.)

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Yes it's been going on for a few weeks IMO. I just ran a continuous ping and I received 86% packet loss over a 10 minute period. Is it DDOS? :ph34r:

It wouldn't surprise me. A lot of people make their living out of HPI.

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I'm having terrible problems accessing this forum today. All day.

pinging www.housepricecrash.co.uk gives huge packet losses. It takes minutes to load a page, and I have to try over and over past all the "connection refuseds".

Is it just me? If not can someone have a look please?

I haven't experienced any serious problems accessing hpc in the last few weeks. Ubuntu 10.04, Firefox 11.

Ed. add OS info.

Edited by unfunded_liability

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Yes it's been going on for a few weeks IMO. I just ran a continuous ping and I received 86% packet loss over a 10 minute period. Is it DDOS? :ph34r:

Big problems last few days on 4 different devices (mac pc mobile) and various browsers. IE's phishing filter seemed to be slowing it down on one machine. Like other users, ive found it impossible to use most of the time. I too wondered if there was a ddos attack going on. Any word from the tech folks?

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Come to think of it, it started slowing down on my mac (lion+ safari) last week, with some threads causing the browser to hang. The browser actually crashed when trying to view hpc on my mobile last night. Something's not right but I'm surprised that some users are reporting no problems.

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maybe its the adverts that are slowing you down...I use Ad block plus...apart from the weekend outage, everything has been fine.

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