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How to best troubleshoot slow internet connections via proxy server?

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Hi

Speedtests are showing poor upload speeds via our scansafe towers.  If i bypass these the speeds are reliable i.e. c100mb rather than c10-20 each test.
I think its scansafe towers at fault, how best to prove?

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You already did prove it by bypassing the proxy and testing the speed.

Just by their nature, a proxy will always slow down the speeds anyway. What level of inspection, etc do you have going on?
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