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    O was going iloff of memory. I guess it was the 600 range. Sorry sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    How do they do that? Set up a policy using NBAR or something like that?

    I would love to be able to randomly inject RST's into Josh's web traffic -hahaha!
    even easier just have a man in the middle that watches the packet flow, and insert a tcp rst packet with a forged endpoint. hell, i dont even think sequence # matters since the reset flag is always 0 until its not

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    Just did this, and it is faster loading pages now. Thanks for the tip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    He was making that up and you totally fell for it. He now has complete control of your PC, DeLorean, and everything in your garage.
    "C:\users\MattDavid\Documents\NothingToSeeHere\Tot allyNotWeirdPorn" well well well, what have we here?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevedmc View Post
    O was going iloff of memory. I guess it was the 600 range. Sorry sir.
    Not at all! ...As mentioned, I was going off of memory and that was decades ago for me. So, take with a grain of salt!

    AND DON'T CALL ME SIR -- I work for a living! ;-)

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    I sent Josh a download link for Wireshark. If he installs it & captures his sessions, we'll analyze his pcaps & try to find the cause of his issue.

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    Thanks Rich!

    Will download and install from home later tonight when I'm in free zone. Accessing from work right now.
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    OK, here are the ping results:

    Ping statistics for 50.62.113.1:
    Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
    Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
    Minimum = 642ms, Maximum = 700ms, Average = 670ms
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    And here are the tracert results:

    Tracing route to dmctoday.com [50.62.113.1]
    over a maximum of 30 hops:

    1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms router.asus.com [192.168.1.1]
    2 * * * Request timed out.
    3 * * * Request timed out.
    4 * * * Request timed out.
    5 * * * Request timed out.
    6 583 ms 608 ms 586 ms 63-148-172-73.lakemac.net [63.148.172.73]
    7 * * * Request timed out.
    8 665 ms 681 ms 672 ms 63-232-81-254.dia.static.qwest.net [63.232.81.25
    4]
    9 655 ms 676 ms 683 ms be38.trmc0215-01.ars.mgmt.phx3.gdg [184.168.0.69
    ]
    10 653 ms 682 ms 670 ms be38.trmc0215-01.ars.mgmt.phx3.gdg [184.168.0.69
    ]
    11 653 ms 684 ms 671 ms ip-97-74-255-129.ip.secureserver.net [97.74.255.
    129]
    12 657 ms 676 ms 675 ms p3nlhg646c1646.shr.prod.phx3.secureserver.net [5
    0.62.113.1]

    Trace complete.
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    Hey Josh,

    Those results show a slow connection, but not much else I believe.


    I don't expect anything useful from this, but:
    It appears you used the hostname (dmctoday.com) versus IP for the trace route. Just for a quick test, run the same tests using both: IP address, then hostname. If DNS is an issue I'd expect something to bomb out when using the hostname.

    Again, I think it'll not be much use....the Wireshark program I sent will uncover a Metric shit-ton more info. If you get a chance to test with it, novadmc & I can analyze the captures.

    Call me if you want me to walk you through using the program.

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    OK - I think I finally figured this one out!

    After reading through MANY threads on the WildBlue Satellite ISP forum (Exede's predecessor in interest), the problem that Steve and I encounter with Exede is actually quite widespread. It has to do with 1) what server GoDaddy is currently hosting the site from, and 2) whether or not that specific server is configured to recognize high latency requests. And GoDaddy frequently rotates hosted sites between its many servers. This is why 10% of the time, I'm able to access the site directly without issue - because the site was rotated to a server/host configured to handle higher latency traffic.

    The past few days have been the absolute worst though, as even my proxies (TOR browser, free online web based proxies) weren't working all that well, which is why I was unable to post/upload any pics.

    Anyway, a work-around that I discovered courtesy of a helpful WildBlue forum member is to use the Opera browser with the Turbo Mode enabled - doing so, I'm able to access the forum directly without issue. The Turbo Mode is described as "a new feature in Opera 10 Browser that allows a page to load much faster by compressing the image. When this mode is enabled, Opera’s servers will compress the images and other graphic elements from a webpage and send them to your browser, resulting in a faster load time. It is suitable for those users who are using a slow internet connection, such as dial-up or are using a crowded Wi-Fi connection." I'm guessing that it must do something to trick the GoDaddy server into thinking that my connection has a lower latency than it actually does, but I honestly don't have a clue

    Thus, the latency of Satellite ISPs, and GoDaddy (Today's host) not having all of their servers configured to handle such high latency traffic, is the root cause of this problem.

    Does that sound right, network/tech gurus?

    I only hope that the Opera Turbo Mode work-around continues to work indefinitely into the future, as without it, things were really starting to get unbearable
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