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Hi, The connection is ok but client complaint delay...based on wireshark capture few traffic around 4s to completed. Based on packet capture at both side, may we know the cuplrit ? Thanks in advance

Client ( 192.168.19.175 | NAT to 192.168.30.134 ) ---------->>> Server ( 192.168.5.34 ) TIME :- Client ( 7.39pm ) ----> Server ( 7.38pm )

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SERVER capture

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Port 9491 ( client ) - delay 11 sec

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Port 9491 ( Server ) - delay 11 sec

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=========================>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.

Port 9522 ( client ) - delay 7 sec

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Port 9522 ( server ) - delay 7 sec

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asked 09 Nov '16, 17:41

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edited 10 Nov '16, 00:26

Can you share a capture in a publicly accessible spot, e.g. CloudShark?

(09 Nov '16, 22:13) Jaap ♦

And also please share some information about the link between client and server. Right now I see that RTT is close to 0.5 sec, and for such RTT 4s is actually pretty good time. Even not 4s, but 2s, because another 2s was taken by connection shutdown process and usually this is not seen by client.

(09 Nov '16, 23:43) Packet_vlad

Thanks Jaap & Packet_vlad...

I have edit the questions and add new screenshot with the delay.... Client want more faster connection... Why at server site no "POST " like the no delay packet ?

(10 Nov '16, 00:27) suarez123

What is the root cause delay for 11 sec and 7 sec ?

(10 Nov '16, 00:28) suarez123
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