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I don't think its the network:

1 fa1-0.cr1.ch.core.rtr.uk.netscalibur.net (195.157.2.126) 0.518 ms + 0.442 ms 0.421 ms 2 fa4-0.gw4.th.rtr.uk.netscalibur.net (195.157.0.82) 3.741 ms 1.44 +6 ms 0.661 ms 3 fa1-7.br1.th.rtr.uk.netscalibur.net (195.157.0.33) 3.822 ms 1.24 +3 ms 0.859 ms 4 london10.bb.netscalibur.net (212.6.226.1) 3.722 ms 2.254 ms 0.6 +47 ms 5 frankfurt10.bb.netscalibur.net (212.6.224.41) 12.540 ms 12.575 m +s 12.175 ms 6 so-1-3-1.ar2.FRA2.gblx.net (62.16.33.41) 12.810 ms 12.702 ms 12 +.842 ms 7 so2-1-0-622M.cr2.FRA2.gblx.net (62.16.32.77) 13.298 ms 12.465 ms + 13.145 ms 8 pos1-0-622M.cr2.CLE1.gblx.net (206.132.111.118) 108.803 ms 109.6 +33 ms 109.085 ms 9 so-7-0-0-622M.ar2.CLE1.gblx.net (206.132.111.162) 112.216 ms 109 +.188 ms 109.332 ms 10 PairNetworks.t3-1-0-0.ar2.CLE1.gblx.net (64.211.111.110) 111.681 +ms 112.900 ms 112.222 ms 11 ads.perlmonks.org (66.39.54.27) 111.904 ms 113.736 ms 111.961 m +s

The slowest part there is likely to be between me and the first router :)

/J\


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