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Old   January 20, 2009, 09:12
Default transfer rate problem with cfd-online pages
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Volker Pawlik
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Hello,

I have massive problems with downloading/opening cfd-online internet pages (for a longer time). Opening the forum page needs more than 30s. My company provides me with a very fast internet connection, hence this cannot be the bottleneck, since I observe the same behaviour from home with my DSL 6000er connection.

Does anyone observe the same?

Volker
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Old   January 20, 2009, 09:31
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Jonas Larsson
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For me, who lives in Gothenburg, Sweden, it takes less than a second to download the forum index page. The cfd-online.com server stands in a data-center in Salt Lake City, USA. The server is not very loaded and has a fairly fast network connection.

Over the years we have only had a couple of persons reporting very slow network connection to cfd-online.com. Hence, it can not be a general problem. If anyone else has the same problem please send us a short email to webmaster@cfd-online.com.
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