Experts exchange is pretty slow and unresponsive

1. I can consistently browse to a random set of websites without problems.

When I visit pages at Experts Exchange I have very slow response time and recurring connection errors:


pings                              ms, ca
experts-exchange        140
nytimes                       100
wikipedia                       25

I'm on latest
Version 32.0.1700.107 m
of Chrome
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Peter HartConnect With a Mentor Commented:
did you try resetting the Router?
Miguel Angel Perez MuñozCommented:
Have you try deleting all cache and temporal files?
Manjunath SulladTechnical ConsultantCommented:
You can try disabling the Antivirus active scan and check,

Also you can disable Antivirus addins,

Uninstall unwanted toolbars and plugins.

Try clearing history / cache / cookies

To check further : You can download and install HTTP Watcher and check the websites response time.
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ola_erikAuthor Commented:
Díd the cache and history clearing and I still get variable results.
disabled AV real time protection

Getting anecdotally better responses with IE9.

still on recurring 30sec+ response times and errors
submit button is also recurringly unresponsive.
What AV software are you using? I've seen similar issues in combination with eset internet security.
Manjunath SulladTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Are able to open in EE site in other browsers with good speed ?

Check in Internet Explorer and Mozilla and check the speed.

Seems to something problem with Add-on or plugins.
ola_erikAuthor Commented:
Ran httpwatch in IE9

the delays are after GET and POST commands which doesn't result in anything for 25+secs
Peter HartCommented:
it may be a routing problem with just that website.

try clearing out the routing tables in your Router.  For Example Google "clear routing tables for Netgear" (instead of netgear use your routers brand) then and restart the Router.  then try the connection again.

you can see a visual map of where your connection goes to get to EE website  using this tool:
ola_erikAuthor Commented:
HTTPwatch showing responsive and nonresponsive EE traffic
here is a typical nonresponsive result in HTTPwatch
ola_erikAuthor Commented:
Presently in another location with the same laptop without any problems.

suspects remaining:
EE site


more later
ola_erikAuthor Commented:
Router the prime suspect, haven't happened since.
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