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These issues are often hard to trace back to it's origin. Here are a few things you can do to try and figure out where the problem is exactly. One simple trick is to create a fairly sizable but not huge HTML file and put it in the web space. You can optionally include a couple of sizable but not huge images in the HTML file. You can ask if your users (that ...


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Are all requests from those users slow or only some of them? Does it happen to them on all browsers? Can you write a test program, that does the same queries without a browser? Is anti-virus enabled? Firefox has safebrowsing, which first queries google if the pages you want to visit are safe. Best thing you can get is a full trace with wireshark, so you can ...


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There are two main approaches to figuring this type of thing out. Either determine what is the common factor shared by the affected users, or what changed recently so that these users are suddenly affected. Your best bet is to approach it from both directions, as the answer ends up being a mixture of both. What Ties These Users Together? If they don't have ...


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If the web page is on a server in the same network as your client, and the network is behind NAT, this is the reason. Generally, one cannot access the services behind port forwarding from inside the actual network. Solution to this problem is either setting up split-horizon DNS or hairpin NAT. ...



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