Network Latency - site unreachable

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If you are having problems reaching this site, I already know about it. Especially European users can experience very long delays before the site finally loads. It's also possible that parts of it will timeout.

I have already contacted my web host, and it seems they are experiencing network latency from various sources. I have included their status message and submitted trace routes to help them contact the appropriate ISP's.

We are currently seeing network latency on the following networks:

alter.net (UUnet) (severe)
att.net (primarily in the Orlando routing area) (moderate)
att.net (primarily in the midwestern US routing area) (severe)
sprint.net (primarily in the midwestern routing area) (moderate)
bbnplanet (primarily from overseas routes) (severe)

Please submit traces if you're going to open a ticket. Simply reporting slowness without a trace will not be helpful to update this list and direct those reports to the appropriate ISPs.

I hope this situation is resolved soon, but it probably not last too long. Try again in a few hours if you keep on experiencing lag.

6 Comments

No problemo over here m8
anyway, i'm off for 3 days to olland, be back on wednesday or thursday latest.

See u them !
J

No problemo over here m8
anyway, i'm off for 3 days to olland, be back on wednesday or thursday latest.

See u them !
J

Damn, was that me pressing the post button twice ?

Seems so ;( sorry ;)
driving up post counts now ;)

You wanna be first Idiot? :p

I'm the number 2, you're still the one and only number 1 my friend!!!!!!!!!!!

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