said by JMJimmy:
They just added capacity and that didn't do anything to fix the issue. Honestly, I'm starting to think it's a flash issue or a configuration issue as it's not exclusive to YouTube. Metacafe and other video streaming are having the same issues.
I do not use other video streaming sites, but by the diagnostics, this is a TSI or Google issue, not at the node, POI, home network, PCs, etc.
I'm thinking the TSI youtube caching servers are either slow or overloaded. Ideally, I would ALWAYS pull video's from Google's own servers (even if they are in CA) because with my connection speed, I don't care if the content is remote as buffering should be minimal. As well Google will have better control and knowledge of their own hardware than a local ISP (no offense to TSI). Not to mention capacity....--
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