Discussion in 'SMB' started by becs, Aug 8, 2017.
No, the Internet is just scared of @HellsBells
If people posted what make and model of the handsets others will be able to work it out.
I'm guessing that the most affected are iPhone users?
Nah, iPhone 6.
I feel left out.
I've said about 3 times on this thread that I can get it looked into if people inbox me their number and device type - so far not 1 person has
Happened to me a fair bit in the last few days. Galaxy S8+ on EE.
No offence, but surely you can understand why?
Yep suppose, just offering to help
Not device specific though, so should it matter? If @Roger has identified where the routing is failing shouldn't that be enough to work with?
I can try and sort a traceroute too and send that across if it helps?
Mine's a Sony XZ.
It's been working since I did the IPv4 fix that Roger posted.
Mines an s8, still down when I try accessing the site through mobile internet
No issues anywhere here with two EE accounts. One personal and one business.
Ones in an iPhone 7 Plus and the other in a one plus 3.
This is from Sunderland to teeside way Monday to Friday last week.
That's weird because my settings were already on IPv4 and I'm getting the issue still
Not sure mate, ni
not sure mate, I'm not techy enough just passed info on as requested and reply I got back was to try and get mobile numbers and devices types - if people don't want to do that then fine, can only suggest a call to 150
Although oddly enough it's now working again...
Must be hitting the sites traffic figures
No, Android here. It works fine on ip4 just not on ip6 as there is a problem with EE not routing correctly.
Still failing at exact same point in the network between 2a01:4c8:f800:80f2::2 and 2a01:4c8:f800:80f2::3 for me.
A reminder that anyone running Android there is a temporary workaround here
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