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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

Has someone unplugged a vital piece of equipment somewhere? Taking ages to reach sites beyonf PlusNet?

Tracing route to www.tesco.com [212.140.189.10]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 <10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 192.168.69.100
2 80 ms 70 ms 80 ms nac0431987-plusnet-c1-hg3.mdip.bt.net [194.74.71
.174]
3 60 ms 80 ms 70 ms 192.168.254.4
4 70 ms 80 ms 90 ms 192.168.253.6
5 70 ms 90 ms 90 ms vlan603.rhogan1.core.quay.plus.net [212.159.4.13
]
6 80 ms 90 ms 90 ms fa3-0.bhunajnr.core.plus.net [212.159.15.241]
7 90 ms 91 ms 90 ms atm1-0.pth-gw1.core.telehouse.plus.net [212.159.
1.66]
8 80 ms 90 ms 90 ms pth-gw0.telehouse.core.plus.net [195.166.129.22]

9 80 ms 90 ms 90 ms linx2.ukcore.bt.net [195.66.226.10]
10 81 ms 90 ms 90 ms core2-pos14-0.ealing.ukcore.bt.net [194.74.65.12
2]
11 80 ms 90 ms 90 ms core2-pos13-1.reading.ukcore.bt.net [62.6.196.24
1]
12 80 ms 90 ms 80 ms mspaccess1-gig0-0-0.reading.fixed.bt.net [62.6.1
98.5]
13 91 ms 100 ms 110 ms ftip002645391.mspaccess1.reading.fixed-nte.bt.ne
t [62.7.196.94]
14 * * * Request timed out.
15 * * * Request timed out.
16 * * * Request timed out.
17 * * * Request timed out.
18 * * * Request timed out.
19 * * * Request timed out.
20 * * * Request timed out.
21 * * * Request timed out.
22 * * * Request timed out.
23 * * * Request timed out.
24 * * * Request timed out.
25 * * * Request timed out.
26 * * * Request timed out.
27 * * * Request timed out.
28 * * * Request timed out.
29 * * * Request timed out.
30 * * * Request timed out.

Trace complete.
12 REPLIES
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

At 19:50 My response times are fine @ 30ms.

Regards

Darren
Community Veteran
Posts: 3,181
Thanks: 19
Fixes: 2
Registered: 31-07-2007

World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

Thats just the routing blocking pings to tesco's

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Analysis: Connections to HTTP port 80 on host 'www.tesco.com' are working, but ICMP packets are being blocked past network "mspaccess" at hop 8. It is a HTTP server (running Microsoft-IIS/5.0).


btw your clock is fast if you think it's the 6th, that's friday
Unvalued customer since 2001 funding cheap internet for others / DSL/Fibre house move 24 month regrade from 8th May 2017
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

If you check the stats the second hop onwards were poor although these may be normal if jpkso is on PSTN dialup as I can't remember latency figures from my modem days Cheesy
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

PSTN! Do you mind.. We've advanced to the dark ages here in Ross-on-Wye! ISDN... 6th June.... Must be time to eat, or wishing it's Friday, in which case, it's time to drink!

Still slow!
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

Is 80ms normal for your second hop ?

If not, check your packet transfer stats to ensure it is not traffic to and from your machine that is causing the problem.

i.e. close all apps and monitor your network packets. If you are seeing a lot of data transfer run a virus check, If not raise a support ticket.

Cheers

Darren.
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

Hi Darren

Dumb question here.... It's late... how do I check packet transfer stats?
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

Depending on the Operating System in use, you can access the stats via the taskbar (picture of computer) or via the desktop (right click on my network places and select properties, then select appropriate connection and select status).

Check the packets sent recieved figures, if you have closed all application's these figures should not be moving (worst case 1 packet per second). If you are seeing a lot of traffic you have a problem :!:

If this does not make much sense, make another post detailing your operating system and ISDN equipment.

Darren
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

Hi,

As far as we are aware we aren't having any problems in this regard at the moment; however, please let us know if this is still an issue for you.
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

Richard - Thanks, think this was an isolated problem, possibly at my end, which appears to have gone away.

Danny/Darren (sorry it's scrolled off) - Don't appear to be able to do this under W2K. I will investigate!
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

jpkso,

On Win2K do the following:

1. Highlight My Network Places
2. Right Click with the mouse and select Properties
3. You should see Network and Dialup connections.
4. Highlight connection for ISDN or leading to ISDN
5. Right Click with mouse and select status
6. A window will be displayed showing Packets sent and received

If these are changing by anything in excess of one packet per second when all other applications are shutdown you probably have a problem which needs investigated with anti virus software to start with.

If you are not running any personal firewall software, I would advise that you get some as a matter of course.

Darren.
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World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

Hi Darren

Thanks... I told you it was late here.....

I interogated my external Netgear router to get the above information, and I even did it when I first started to trying to resolve/discuss this issue! Shockedops:

Virus scanning runs 24*7, updated daily and has just finished a complete scan ok.

I think the original issue was a blip and the resulting issues down to tiredness.

Thanks for responding, always helps to have another brain applied to a problem.
Simon_M
Grafter
Posts: 684
Registered: 05-04-2007

World Wide Wait @ 19:30 Mon 6th June 2003?

It may not have been entirely down to you. I had very similar problems at about the same time. There were major network problems yesterday - see service status.

I deleted my temp. files & shut down everything when I went to bed - PCs, router, the lot. After a good night's sleep by all concerned (& an enforced new adsl connection) everything is fine today.

Simon