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--- Comment #17 from <> ---
(In reply to comment #4)
> I disagree that this is an unsolvable problem: it needs to be properly
> debugged
> and measured. Hong Kong has a world top20 IX according to [[List of Internet
> exchange points by size]], we're not talking of the moon or an island in the
> middle of the ocean.
> It's surely necessary to attach some traceroute data from various
> machines/cities to the WMF servers, to start with, because there are several
> links: (this website
> via multichill). We need to know which is/are being used and what's the
> latency.
> Then, can someone point out a procedure to measure speed/quality of down/up
> connections to WMF servers compared to, say,
> or whichever fast local server there is?

Hosting a big IX doesn't imply almost a thing about overall infrastructure nor
about the relevant (by our perspective) one.

This kind of issue is actually pretty common (I've already experienced a
horrible increase in delay from AS3269 towards Equinix) but as a final
possibility I won't exclude BGP hijack.


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