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jlivingood
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reply to Imagnu

Re: [Speed] My French Car Forum is Being Throttled - But Why?

said by Imagnu :

I received an email back from NOC@tinet.net - requesting a service ID which I do not have - will have to call them again. I really need this resolved as it is hurting my business. I am a web designer - I am hosting all of my websites on one server located in the UK - but my clients - like myself - are located in the USA and many use comcast. My clients are now complaining that their websites are not working - and if I can't get this fixed quick - I will need to move almost 200 websites to a different server. As soon as I noticed a problem I started to search for a solution which is how I found this forum. I will contact Inteliquent and try to get them to open a service ticket even though I am not a customer of theirs - as this is a problem they need to deal with anyway. I will keep you informed of my progress. Megan

I noticed an email from their NOC last night so maybe that was due to your contact. We're investigating (and have been since this thread began).
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Imagnu

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said by jlivingood:

I noticed an email from their NOC last night so maybe that was due to your contact. We're investigating (and have been since this thread began).

Thank you - that is good to know.


Imagnu

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reply to jlivingood

said by jlivingood:

I noticed an email from their NOC last night so maybe that was due to your contact. We're investigating (and have been since this thread began).

jlivingood - This is the end of the 6th day with no improvement - is there a possible solution in the works or should I begin to move all of my websites to another server that is not affected by the comcast problem?

Thanks, Megan


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said by Imagnu :

said by jlivingood:

I noticed an email from their NOC last night so maybe that was due to your contact. We're investigating (and have been since this thread began).

jlivingood - This is the end of the 6th day with no improvement - is there a possible solution in the works or should I begin to move all of my websites to another server that is not affected by the comcast problem?

Thanks, Megan

FWIW, even if the problem(s) you are experiencing are a "Comcast problem" (and I have seen no compelling evidence that either your problem or the OP's problem are a "Comcast problem"), the fact that you have hijacked this thread may very well have lessened your chances of getting a resolution. It is possible that jlivingood See Profile (who started out trying to help the OP), may not have even noticed that you are not just the OP (who started out as an anonymous poster) using a different anonymous name (that does happen in these forums). Sometimes when a different anonymous user hijacks a thread, those trying to help don't always notice that there are actually two separate subthreads being discussed (and the solution to both problems may or may not be the same).

Hint: If you want help, and don't want to create confusion, start your own thread to minimize the confusion factor.
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Imagnu

@comcast.net

said by NetFixer:

... the fact that you have hijacked this thread may very well have lessened your chances of getting a resolution

I am so sorry I have been so frustrated by the problem and was so excited to find someone else (checkerboard) who was experiencing exactly the same problem I was - I honestly wasn't wasn't trying to hijack anything - I truly thought it was the same problem and it would help. My deepest appologies to everyone for any intrusion. I have decided that my best solution will be to move my websites to a different server. Please do not stop trying to find a solution for Checkerboard because of me - he can't move the french car forum - and I am sure there are other people out there who don't know why the sites they view suddenly got slow. Thanks and again I am sorry - Megan


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said by Imagnu :

said by NetFixer:

... the fact that you have hijacked this thread may very well have lessened your chances of getting a resolution

I am so sorry I have been so frustrated by the problem and was so excited to find someone else (checkerboard) who was experiencing exactly the same problem I was - I honestly wasn't wasn't trying to hijack anything - I truly thought it was the same problem and it would help. My deepest appologies to everyone for any intrusion. I have decided that my best solution will be to move my websites to a different server. Please do not stop trying to find a solution for Checkerboard because of me - he can't move the french car forum - and I am sure there are other people out there who don't know why the sites they view suddenly got slow. Thanks and again I am sorry - Megan

There is nothing to apologize for; my suggestion that you need your own thread was for your benefit; it was not a rebuke.

I was just trying to explain that just because you seem to have a similar symptom to the OP does not mean that you have "exactly the same problem", and therefore, a fix for one poster's problem may not be a fix for all posters with similar symptoms.

It is just always a good idea to start your own thread when requesting help. This is especially so when you and the OP post anonymously, since it is not that unusual for anonymous posters to change their "identity" during the life of a thread, and someone trying to help may just assume that similar (but different) symptoms are being reported by the same poster.

FWIW, the reason that I keep emphasizing that you and the OP may not have the "exactly the same problem", is illustrated in the traceroute results shown below:


C:\>tracert autodejavel.fr
 
Tracing route to autodejavel.fr [82.165.110.194]
over a maximum of 30 hops:
 
  1    <1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  ap2.dcs-net [192.168.9.1]
  2    37 ms    28 ms    29 ms  67.177.172.1
  3    10 ms    10 ms     9 ms  xe-4-0-0-0-sur01.murfreesboro.tn.nash.comcast.net [68.85.50.125]
  4    11 ms     9 ms     9 ms  xe-3-1-2-0-ar03.nashville.tn.nash.comcast.net [68.85.174.17]
  5    12 ms    52 ms    10 ms  ae-3-0-ar01.goodslettvll.tn.nash.comcast.net [68.86.148.69]
  6    38 ms    21 ms    22 ms  68.86.90.181
  7    20 ms    18 ms    19 ms  64.209.107.53
  8     *      144 ms   135 ms  204.245.39.158
  9   163 ms   165 ms   164 ms  te-3-3.bb-d.bs.kae.de.oneandone.net [212.227.120.9]
 10   249 ms     *      141 ms  ae-2.gw-dista-a.bap.rhr.de.oneandone.net [212.227.122.11]
 11   192 ms     *      171 ms  vl-1991.gw-ps5.bap.rhr.de.oneandone.net [217.160.127.70]
 12   151 ms   147 ms   148 ms  kundenserver.de [82.165.110.194]
 
Trace complete.
 
C:\>tracert fasthosts.co.uk
 
Tracing route to fasthosts.co.uk [213.171.195.48]
over a maximum of 30 hops:
 
  1    <1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  ap2.dcs-net [192.168.9.1]
  2    39 ms    45 ms    32 ms  67.177.172.1
  3    56 ms    10 ms     9 ms  xe-4-0-0-0-sur01.murfreesboro.tn.nash.comcast.net [68.85.50.125]
  4    61 ms    11 ms     9 ms  xe-11-3-0-0-sur02.murfreesboro.tn.nash.comcast.net [68.85.174.22]
  5    23 ms    20 ms    10 ms  xe-5-1-3-0-ar01.goodslettvll.tn.nash.comcast.net [68.86.176.105]
  6    54 ms    19 ms    20 ms  68.86.90.89
  7    21 ms    19 ms    18 ms  64.209.107.53
  8   142 ms   143 ms   145 ms  204.245.39.158
  9   150 ms   147 ms   148 ms  te-2-1.bb-d.ba.slo.gb.oneandone.net [212.227.120.21]
 10   204 ms     *      154 ms  te2-8-11.prt0.fhdis.fasthosts.net.uk [88.208.255.189]
 11   201 ms   156 ms   204 ms  88.208.255.5
 12     *        *      159 ms  server213-171-195-48.livedns.org.uk [213.171.195.48]
 
Trace complete.
 
C:\>tracert 5.tophatz.com
 
Tracing route to 5.tophatz.com [88.208.252.204]
over a maximum of 30 hops:
 
  1    <1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  ap2.dcs-net [192.168.9.1]
  2    20 ms    29 ms     9 ms  67.177.172.1
  3    21 ms     9 ms    10 ms  xe-4-0-0-0-sur01.murfreesboro.tn.nash.comcast.net [68.85.50.125]
  4    10 ms     9 ms     9 ms  xe-11-3-0-0-sur02.murfreesboro.tn.nash.comcast.net [68.85.174.22]
  5    10 ms    10 ms    11 ms  xe-2-1-1-0-ar01.goodslettvll.tn.nash.comcast.net [68.86.176.53]
  6    23 ms    20 ms    21 ms  68.86.90.89
  7    19 ms    18 ms    19 ms  64.209.97.13
  8   175 ms   211 ms     *     204.245.39.158
  9   148 ms     *      200 ms  te-2-1.bb-d.ba.slo.gb.oneandone.net [212.227.120.21]
 10   158 ms   158 ms     *     te2-8-11.prt0.fhdis.fasthosts.net.uk [88.208.255.189]
 11   154 ms   158 ms   161 ms  88.208.255.5
 12     *      157 ms   158 ms  88.208.252.204
 
Trace complete.
 
 


In the above traceroutes to the OP's problematic site, and to your problematic sites, I do not see any hops using your favorite culprit (tinet.net). I do see a common transatlantic hop using Level 3 (64.209.97.13 or 64.209.107.53 and 204.245.39.158), and all of the sites go through oneandone.net routers from my Comcast connection, but traceroutes from other locations will be different.
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Checkerboard

join:2012-09-19
Orinda, CA

Hi Folks, and thanks very much for all the input... I've learned quite a few things from all of your posts! Although my original post was "anonymous," I promptly enrolled afterwards, and wanted to originally, but honestly couldn't quickly find out how to register.

This really is a dilemma for any Comcast subscriber who has trouble accessing certain European web sites. And also a catch-22 for us; unless Comcast decides to apply its know-how and leverage, we affected subscribers are but lone voices in the wilderness.

So when Imagnu entreats "J Livingood" from Comcast (as I have) to please see if it can be rectifed, I see it as both understandable and proper. Right now it's Sunday afternoon and I'd love to interact on the forum at autodejavel.fr; I have some photos from a car show to upload, but the site is again intermittently slow, up, and down.

So again, please - Comcast please fix this! Thanks again, Peter a/k/a Checkerboard



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said by NetFixer:

... but traceroutes from other locations will be different.

Indeed. From Sonic.net, LLC in San José, California:
Tracing route to autodejavel.fr [82.165.110.194]
over a maximum of 30 hops:
 
  1    <1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  192.168.42.1
  2    25 ms    26 ms    28 ms  173-228-7-1.dsl.static.sonic.net [173.228.7.1]
  3    24 ms    24 ms    23 ms  gig1-4.cr1.lsatca11.sonic.net [70.36.243.13]
  4    24 ms    24 ms    24 ms  0.xe-7-1-0.gw.pao1.sonic.net [69.12.211.5]
  5    24 ms    25 ms    24 ms  0.xe-6-1-0.gw2.200p-sf.sonic.net [64.142.0.109]
  6    25 ms    25 ms    25 ms  as0.gw.200p-sf.sonic.net [208.106.96.249]
  7    25 ms    63 ms    26 ms  xe-10-1-0.bar2.SanFrancisco1.Level3.net [4.53.134.9]
  8    27 ms    26 ms    25 ms  ae-6-6.ebr2.SanJose1.Level3.net [4.69.140.154]
  9    26 ms    26 ms    38 ms  ae-72-72.csw2.SanJose1.Level3.net [4.69.153.22]
 10    26 ms    25 ms    28 ms  ae-71-71.ebr1.SanJose1.Level3.net [4.69.153.5]
 11    95 ms    94 ms    94 ms  ae-2-2.ebr2.NewYork1.Level3.net [4.69.135.186]
 12    93 ms    93 ms    95 ms  ae-6-6.ebr2.NewYork2.Level3.net [4.69.141.22]
 13    93 ms    93 ms    93 ms  ae-1-100.ebr1.NewYork2.Level3.net [4.69.135.253]
 14   101 ms    99 ms    99 ms  ae-3-3.ebr2.Washington1.Level3.net [4.69.132.89]
 15   178 ms   179 ms   179 ms  ae-42-42.ebr2.Paris1.Level3.net [4.69.137.53]
 16   187 ms   178 ms   178 ms  ae-57-222.csw2.Paris1.Level3.net [4.69.161.58]
 17   177 ms   176 ms   177 ms  ae-2-52.edge5.Paris1.Level3.net [4.69.139.235]
 18   182 ms   182 ms   183 ms  11-INTERNET.edge5.Paris1.Level3.net [212.73.200.54]
 19   189 ms   190 ms   189 ms  te-2-4.bb-d.bap.rhr.de.oneandone.net [212.227.120.42]
 20   188 ms   188 ms   187 ms  ae-1.gw-dista-a.bap.rhr.de.oneandone.net [212.227.121.171]
 21   188 ms   188 ms   188 ms  vl-1991.gw-ps5.bap.rhr.de.oneandone.net [217.160.127.70]
 22   188 ms   188 ms   187 ms  kundenserver.de [82.165.110.194]
 
Trace complete.
 

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reply to Checkerboard

said by Checkerboard:

So when Imagnu entreats "J Livingood" from Comcast (as I have) to please see if it can be rectifed, I see it as both understandable and proper. Right now it's Sunday afternoon and I'd love to interact on the forum at autodejavel.fr; I have some photos from a car show to upload, but the site is again intermittently slow, up, and down.

So again, please - Comcast please fix this! Thanks again, Peter a/k/a Checkerboard

OTOH, trying to steer jlivingood See Profile toward an interface problem with tinet.net may possibly delay a resolution, since the tinet.net interface is not used by all Comcast connections to either your hosting service in Germany, or Imaginu's hosting service in the UK.

Since this thread started, I have accessed both your problematic site, and Imaginu's problematic site, and (as you have pointed out) sometimes an http connection works reasonably well, and sometimes an http session hangs busy for a very long time. But even when the http connection is hung, the traceroute transit times to both sites (from my location) are essentially unchanged.

After trying the same thing from both an AT&T and an Earthlink connection, my experience is that the extreme delays/hangs do appear to be Comcast connection specific. But with the raw transit times being unchanged during "good" and "bad" connection attempts, a resolution is probably not going to be easy or fast.
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devnuller

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reply to NormanS

I've seen oneandone use TINET, GLBX and Level 3 networks in this thread from traceroute examples through different providers. The common problem areas is GLBX and it appears to be congestion/loss on GLBX overseas links. Oneandone can correct this through BGP techniques or by not using GLBX.

While NetFixer See Profile has stated "extreme delays/hangs do appear to be Comcast connection specific", this problem would be noticed on any ISP that Oneandone is reaching via GLBX.

Here is a graphic for oneandone's transit connectivity
»bgp.he.net/AS8560#_graph4


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said by devnuller:

The common problem areas is GLBX and it appears to be congestion/loss on GLBX overseas links. Oneandone can correct this through BGP techniques or by not using GLBX.

9 28 ms 28 ms 28 ms ge4-1-1g.ar2.dca3.gblx.net [64.215.195.177]
10 155 ms 150 ms 157 ms 204.245.39.158 --Level 3 Communications, Inc.
11 117 ms 117 ms 117 ms te-3-3.bb-d.bs.kae.de.oneandone.net [212.227.120]

Yes, but that doesn't seem very likely, and it could just be high latency links, since we don't know the method of connection (not satellite I hope).


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The response time numbers look like what is to be expected for a trans-Atlantic connection. And I'm not certain but if they use MPLS then we are actually looking at the other end of the interface at this interconnect point.


devnuller

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Cambridge, MA
reply to sk1939

said by sk1939:

9 28 ms 28 ms 28 ms ge4-1-1g.ar2.dca3.gblx.net [64.215.195.177]
10 155 ms 150 ms 157 ms 204.245.39.158 --Level 3 Communications, Inc.
11 117 ms 117 ms 117 ms te-3-3.bb-d.bs.kae.de.oneandone.net [212.227.120]

Just to clarify, 204.245.39.158 is part of the Global Crossing (GLBX) network. Level 3 did acquire GLBX and apparently has been changing the whois IP databases; however, the router, links, etc are still part of AS3529(GLBX) and not AS3356(Level 3).