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Hi ,

Good day.. May i know the reason for delay below... Thanks & appreciate it...

Client ( 192.168.19.175 : NAT IP 192.168.30.134 ) -----------> Server 192.168.5.34

PORT 9491 - Delay 11 sec ( Client ) alt text

PORT 9491 - Delay 11 sec ( Server ) - Why no POST at server like normal ? alt text

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PORT 9522 - Delay 7 sec ( Client )

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PORT 9522 - Delay 7 sec ( Server )

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PORT 9470 - normal ( Client )

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PORT 9470 - normal ( Server )

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asked 10 Nov '16, 16:01

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Investigating a problem from a mere screenshot is a pain, not having the full power of Wireshark available. Can you share a capture in a publicly accessible spot, e.g. CloudShark?

(10 Nov '16, 22:08) Jaap ♦

Based on a quick view of the screenshots it looks like packetloss resulting in retransmission timeouts are the culprit, but without proper analysis of the TCP SEQ and ACK values this could be a faulty assumption. So please do supply the tracefiles as Jaap mentioned.

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answered 11 Nov '16, 03:49

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Thanks Syn-bit .. i unable to share since it related to confidential data.... May i knwo how to check the TCP SEQand ACK... thanks

(12 Nov '16, 19:54) suarez123

Have a look at TraceWrangler, specifically made for this situation.

(13 Nov '16, 01:36) Jaap ♦
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@jasper yes, this will be helpful.

(13 Nov '16, 13:54) Christian_R
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