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djthumper

Custom
Founding Member
It is working fine for me out here.

1 192.168.133.1
2 10.104.128.1
3 100.127.3.12
4 100.120.102.0
5 68.1.4.254
6 * lag-113.ear3.LosAngeles1.Level3.net [4.71.140.205]
7 ae-1-3501.edge7.LosAngeles1.Level3.net [4.69.219.41]
8 GTT-level3-LosAngeles1.Level3.net [4.68.63.126]
9 ae27.cr0-sjc1.ip4.gtt.net [89.149.136.242]
10 ip4.gtt.net [173.205.46.90]
11 cloudproxy10155.sucuri.net [192.124.249.155]

Computing statistics for 275 seconds...

Pinging thearmorylife.com [192.124.249.155] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 192.124.249.155: bytes=32 time=44ms TTL=53
Reply from 192.124.249.155: bytes=32 time=25ms TTL=53
Reply from 192.124.249.155: bytes=32 time=29ms TTL=53
Reply from 192.124.249.155: bytes=32 time=30ms TTL=53

Ping statistics for 192.124.249.155:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 25ms, Maximum = 44ms, Average = 32ms
 

Annihilator

Emissary
Founding Member
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SMSgtRod

Professional
Founding Member
I have experienced the same issues here. Login can be slow. Page loads slow.
Then at times all is well..... but, I have none of these issues with any other sites.
Watch streaming with no buffering. All loads and login's are fine.

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10mmLife

Moderator
Staff member
Founding Member
My awesome post's are being delayed and nobody can enjoy the amazing cunning & wit that I share with my loyal subjects on a daily basis! JK

So basically what I'm trying to say is that it's been slow for me too...☹
 

Louis G.

Administrator
Staff member
I've been talking with the hosting company and they have confirmed that there is slowness on the network but it is due to the amount of traffic on the internet in general. They are seeing this with all different servers in their data center. Here is a portion of their statement:

"As more people throughout the country and world are transitioning to a work from home or stay at home model, additional traffic and stress are placed upon the infrastructure that makes up the internet due to business and personal use. Depending on the location of the user and service, this additional traffic can result in connection latency resulting in slow or laggy response times."

I know there has been a fair bit of concern over the last few weeks in the IT world in general about all this stress on the internet framework, but I think we are getting to a point where it is actually causing issues.

Some of you mentioned that other sites are working fine, but it's all about the different routing that exists on the internet. Some websites go down certain "roads," if you will, and some go down others...and some "roads" some have more traffic than others, it's just sort of hit or miss and unfortunately our "road" for this server is being hit with a lot of traffic and congestion and it's not something that the hosting company can simply reroute. Hopefully it will improve but I am waiting to hear back more from them.
 

10mmLife

Moderator
Staff member
Founding Member
I've been talking with the hosting company and they have confirmed that there is slowness on the network but it is due to the amount of traffic on the internet in general. They are seeing this with all different servers in their data center. Here is a portion of their statement:

"As more people throughout the country and world are transitioning to a work from home or stay at home model, additional traffic and stress are placed upon the infrastructure that makes up the internet due to business and personal use. Depending on the location of the user and service, this additional traffic can result in connection latency resulting in slow or laggy response times."

I know there has been a fair bit of concern over the last few weeks in the IT world in general about all this stress on the internet framework, but I think we are getting to a point where it is actually causing issues.

Some of you mentioned that other sites are working fine, but it's all about the different routing that exists on the internet. Some websites go down certain "roads," if you will, and some go down others...and some "roads" some have more traffic than others, it's just sort of hit or miss and unfortunately our "road" for this server is being hit with a lot of traffic and congestion and it's not something that the hosting company can simply reroute. Hopefully it will improve but I am waiting to hear back more from them.
It's no big deal for me I can get used too it. The problem maybe that I'm using AOL dialup network on my rotory phone.
 
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