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#268189 4-Mar-2020 13:06
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In the last day or so I have noticed an increase in the time it takes to post to GZ. From the clicking on post until it completes is taking around 10 seconds sometimes more. Not a huge thing but thought I should draw attention to it.

 

It is apparent in all browsers I use, Chrome,80.0.3987.132 Edge(Chrome) 80.0.361.62 desktop versions and mobile versions. I am on a good connection upload speeds over 400mbps. I have very few extensions and no new extensions. I have made no recent changes to my network and network traffic is low. This is occurring in MacOS 10.15.3, Android 10, Windows 10 1909, 1863.693, iPad OS 13.3.1. 





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  #2432399 4-Mar-2020 13:18
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Interesting. I haven't personally noticed this.





 

 

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  #2432405 4-Mar-2020 13:24
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Testing - posting took about 2-3 seconds, seems fine.


 
 
 
 




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  #2432467 4-Mar-2020 14:00
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A TraceRT from a Wifi connected device that is giving the slower post returns this .....

 

1  testwifi.here (*******)  3.639 ms  3.918 ms  3.164 ms

 

2  nf18acv.home (*********)  3.154 ms  5.702 ms  7.717 ms

 

3  * * *

 

4  43.243.21.79 (43.243.21.79)  16.431 ms  29.917 ms  13.156 ms

 

5  as13335.akl-ix.nz (43.243.21.2)  14.636 ms  18.001 ms  18.150 ms

 

6  104.26.8.251 (104.26.8.251)  12.920 ms  15.884 ms  14.128 ms

 

 

 

Not sure what 3. means but nothing unusual really. I will do some more looking at my end 





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  #2432471 4-Mar-2020 14:06
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OK I think I have found it. I remembered I had the Vodafone TV set up on a spare TV to see if I could get the silly thing working properly. That was still running. When it is on the Vocus DNS drops on the TraceRT. With the Vodafone TV off the Vocus DNS shows in the TraceRT. This post will test the speed.

 

 

 

Edit; TraceRT with Vodafone TV turned off

 

1  testwifi.here (*******)  3.940 ms  2.842 ms  3.257 ms

 

2  nf18acv.home (*******)  3.289 ms  2.739 ms  3.173 ms

 

3  default-rdns.vocus.co.nz (60.234.8.50)  4250.509 ms  3892.356 ms  3480.499 ms

 

4  43.243.21.79 (43.243.21.79)  13.870 ms  12.767 ms  14.345 ms

 

5  as13335.akl-ix.nz (43.243.21.2)  13.842 ms  14.522 ms  13.969 ms

 

6  104.26.8.251 (104.26.8.251)  13.629 ms  12.404 ms  13.848 ms





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  #2432473 4-Mar-2020 14:08
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So all returns to normal speed for posting when Vodafone TV is turned off. I guess another reason to put it back in the garage.





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