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Time to first bite toooooo loooongggg
06-25-2010, 03:20 AM
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RE: Time to first bite toooooo loooongggg
A 3 second delay on a socket connect is usually the result of a dropped (or filtered) packet somewhere in the path (2 seconds for DNS usually indicated a dropped request). Run the test several times and for a couple of different sites to make sure it's not a problem near the test agent but you can see that when there are networking problems (sometimes at the provider).

In the raw page details (CSV) there is a column that keeps track of TCP retransmits during the test. If it is non-zero there was a networking problem somewhere in the path (dropped packets are not unusual - sometimes as high as 1% on the net but sometimes they are because of a real problem).
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RE: Time to first bite toooooo loooongggg - pmeenan - 06-25-2010 03:20 AM

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