Telkom Internet ADSL problems fix in the works

A permanent solution to problems on Telkom Internet’s ADSL network is in the works, the company has promised

January 17, 2014
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Telkom Internet says that it has found the specific cause of slow speeds and high latency on some international internet traffic that some of its ADSL customers were experiencing.

“Investigations conducted over the past few days, in collaboration with Telkom’s third party vendors, has pin-pointed and confirmed the exact location of the fault on the International network links,” Telkom Internet said.

The Internet service provider (ISP) said that it has implemented a temporary solution to reduce the impact the fault has on its customers and network while it works towards a permanent resolution.

“Telkom Internet’s technical team continues working closely with its international vendors to permanently resolve the fault as expeditiously as possible,” the ISP reiterated.

Article courtesy of MyBroadband

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