I have a web server thats hosting a couple of websites on it.
On my home network and on my 3G iPhone the websites load really quickly, even after the cache has been cleared.
But when I get to University (and some of my users have been experiencing this problem) - the webserver is unreachable, often times out, slow to respond - and (if lucky) when it does send the initial HTTP headers it can take up to 30-60s to send the webpage's data.
While I'm at university, however, I can access cPanel (Port :2082), WHM and SSH. Although these services are often very very slow, and sometimes unreachable.
It's hard to fix this problem because the site works fine at home.
The server load/memory hovers around 1.2/15% respectively on average. Which I believe is pretty average.
Have you ever experienced such an issue? Thanks.
I can Ping the Webserver with Similar MilliSecond Response to my home network.
When i TraceRoute, I get to my Universities Gateway and then from there the hops time out until HOP 15-20 (but this is consistent with other websites such as google).
The Webserver is located in a Datacenter in the US - 2GB Ram, 2.5Ghz Processor.
DNS has been set up properly, Ping/TraceRoute can resolve the IP quickly.>
Although The internet connection is slow here, no other website (that I access) seems to have much of a problem.