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I checked my website on google page speed tester, it show result 90/100. I checked my website on pingdom it shows good result there.

When i check my website in, it shows good result in 30% countries and all other countries it show packet loss (100%)

How we can determine why my website has packet loss? And what is its solution?

Is this problem from my server or from my website? I created new html blank page and set it too my index page, after I tested, it still shows packet loss, guess this means the problem is not in my website.

Here is live result

When I visit my website in browser, website is working fine. But when i test my domain or IP in command Prompt it shows "Request time out"

Why time out in command prompt?

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Did you try the Cloud Monitor with some famous websites? They show packet loss too. There could be problems in the checkpoint or their connectivity. – pabouk Oct 30 '13 at 5:36
i only use Cloud Monitor, i don't know any other site. – user2511667 Oct 30 '13 at 7:38
I meant that you can test a different website in Cloud Monitor - for example It shows some problems too. – pabouk Oct 30 '13 at 8:21
i test my hosting provider site, and many other site, google, facebook, hostgator, all are ok. – user2511667 Oct 30 '13 at 8:42

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