My internet is extremely slow on some sites, the famous ones. Google, Facebook, etc. But then, the very next minute, they are superfast.
I got to know from somewhere that this is due to clogging and improper routing given that these sites are using IPv6. Link
How do I find out that when I am opening Facebook in Browser, I am hitting IPv6?
And then disable it.
I have a
15Mbps Fiber optics connection, and really want to find out what's causing some sites to open very slow, or not at all.
The problem exists in all browsers.
I use the same laptop in Office where I have a
10Mbps connection. It works good with a download speed of ~
1.3MBps. Which means everything is fine and normal with my Office connection.
So please do not suggest using CCleaner, flushing DNS cache, using different browsers, etc. - for which I hate forums and Yahoo answers. Thanks and apologies.
10 KB file in Gmail (if at all it opens) is painful 2 minutes.