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One site in particular is slow

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May 29, 2012 5:45:34 PM

Hi there,

I have a weird issue and I'd like to have your opinion guys.
I have one site that is very slow home (t411.me). When I say it's slow, it takes minutes to load or most of the time, it times out.

Here is what I tried:

- The site loads fine when I test it on another computer using the same connection,
- The issue happens whether I use IE, Firefox or Chrome,
- The issue happens whether I am in Wifi or Ethernet,


So it seems it's not a browser problem, not a network problem since WIFI or not, it doesn't work. I am under Windows XP.

I checked spywares, viruses. I tested by switching on and off my firewall (Sunbelt), my anti-virus (Avast). It makes no difference at all.

Here is a screenshot of the latencies using developer tool from Chrome:



Any idea where it can come from ?

Cheers.

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May 29, 2012 11:14:57 PM

Since it is a torrent tracker, could be an attempt at a block in your DNS server? Does it make any difference if you access it by its IP: 81.31.38.37?

I pinged it and get under 150ms average with no packet loss from Texas.
May 30, 2012 12:48:47 AM

Try using a different DNS server I suggest OpenDNS or Google's DNS.

Try clearing cookies, cache in your browser and clean your computer with CCleaner.

And the website server might be busy or offline or its occupied
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May 30, 2012 6:08:08 PM

RealBeast said:
Since it is a torrent tracker, could be an attempt at a block in your DNS server? Does it make any difference if you access it by its IP: 81.31.38.37?

I pinged it and get under 150ms average with no packet loss from Texas.


Same issue yes. Thank you for the tip though.


Xlerator said:
Try using a different DNS server I suggest OpenDNS or Google's DNS.

Try clearing cookies, cache in your browser and clean your computer with CCleaner.

And the website server might be busy or offline or its occupied


I'll try the DNS option, it's a good idea. Thank you.
May 30, 2012 7:33:57 PM

Doesn't matter what DNS server you use if you cannot connect to its IP address, the DNS server only resolves the name to that address. You might check to see if they have any secondary addresses that are not blocked.

And the site is not offline as I was able to reach it with low latency when you first posted and again today.
July 29, 2012 2:46:22 AM


Hi!

have you fixed your problem? i just ask because i got the EXACT same problem here, with the exact same site...(t411.me) i have try a LOT of different thing to fix that issue with no positive result..

So i hope you have find a solution?


rifia78 said:
Same issue yes. Thank you for the tip though.




I'll try the DNS option, it's a good idea. Thank you.