Help to analyse wireshark output from a site with PCs that are slow to load a website

Pls refer to the other EE article at link below as this question is
a further follow-up to it:

I've run Wireshark on the user's PC that's slow to load a website
(& all its related pages) but this only happens to this remote site's
PCs while all other sites loads the same website in less than 1 sec.

I sorted the Wireshark output with the longest timings' items at the

Any clue that this wireshark reveals that could help explain the slow
loading of the page?  The wireshark starts capturing about 1-2 secs
before I hit ENTER to load the web page
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Need urgent response to this.

Pls also refer to the other EE url
ChrisSenior Technical ArchitectCommented:
you are better off using a tool like Fiddler to diagnose slow performance on a website than wireshark. The wireshark trace can be a useful back up to the fiddler data but fiddler will give a better view
It looks like you may have an MTU issue or a framing issue on the WAN Link,  what are the components of the link to the remote site?

Do you have other networking between the sites such as AD and file sharing?

- gurutc
sunhuxAuthor Commented:
I've been using Fiddler & httpwatch: yes the outputs are much
friendlier but no resolution troubleshooting with these.

There's no AD & File sharing between the sites
ChrisSenior Technical ArchitectCommented:
So when you look at the journey can you see which bit is taking the longest.

the clip of the wireshark trace helpful to see it in order to tie up any potential errors

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