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Old 03-02-2015, 02:38 PM
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The size of the servers bandwidth capacity, that your internet service provider has, has a lot to do with the speed of internet traffic. The more people wanting bandwidth, the slower it goes.

Your over my head now! To me, bandwidth is the size of a clamp, LOL!

I will ad, that it's now almost 2;00 here and things are starting to get slow again......
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Your over my head now! To me, bandwidth is the size of a clamp, LOL!
BY golly you do understand. The wider the band, the more it will hold. The narrower the band the less it will hold and you have to wait in line (slow down) to get in.

That's the short answer.
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Sometimes mine does that, but think it like me you said high as internet traffic. I'm Hardly ever use my home PC for surfing the internet. I'm Mostly use my iPhone.
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You have to understand, the internet is not a big truck, it is a series of tubes. Just the other day my wife sent me an internet and I couldn't get it because the tubes were clogged!
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Sometimes mine does that, but think it like me you said high as internet traffic. I'm Hardly ever use my home PC for surfing the internet. I'm Mostly use my iPhone.
If your read what you typed, I'd say your iPhone doesn't know what it is you are trying to say.......
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Old 03-03-2015, 12:27 PM
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Jon I was having that same issue here at work yesterday afternoon...we have a comcrap business gateway but OCC was the only site that was pitching a fit.
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I'll throw my in. I've never really had a problem getting the site to pull up normally.

If you're having delays on your end, I'd wager that it's something local to you. Granted, I don't check the site every 5 minutes but I do check in regularly during the day.
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If your read what you typed, I'd say your iPhone doesn't know what it is you are trying to say.......
Dam auto correct! Lol!
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It's been kinda slow today. Dad on the net right now, but other "larger" sights are loading before this one. That is, until I went to post this. Well, now the smileys don't want to load.
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Yep, had that problem too......
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