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  1. #1
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    connection problems

    Host Name IP Address Hop Ping Avg % Loss
    atm6-0-884.tampflerl-rtr1.tampabay.r65.32.11.237 2 9ms 0%
    srp8-0.tampflerl-rtr4.tampabay.rr.co65.32.8.228 3 8ms 0%
    pop2-tby-P0-1.atdn.net 66.185.136.185 4 9ms 0%
    bb1-tby-P0-1.atdn.net 66.185.136.176 5 8ms 0%
    bb2-atm-P7-0.atdn.net 66.185.152.245 6 26ms 0%
    pop1-atm-P4-1.atdn.net 66.185.150.3 7 31ms 19% (bottleneck)
    sl-bb23-atl-10-2.sprintlink.net 144.232.8.209 8 26ms 0%
    sl-bb26-rly-14-1.sprintlink.net 144.232.20.65 9 42ms 0%
    sl-bb22-rly-9-0.sprintlink.net 144.232.14.173 10 45ms 0%
    sl-bb22-sj-10-0.sprintlink.net 144.232.20.186 11 93ms 0%
    sl-bb21-sj-14-0.sprintlink.net 144.232.3.161 12 94ms 0%
    sl-st20-sj-13-0.sprintlink.net 144.232.9.58 13 92ms 0%
    sl-eai-6-0.sprintlink.net 144.223.242.14 14 90ms 33% (bottleneck)
    * Unknown Host * 159.153.192.235 15 92ms 6%
    * Unknown Host * 159.153.196.43 16 91ms 33%

    now is there anyway for me to manually setup a route and bypass these 2 bottlenecks?

    being a world wide web shouldnt i beable to take a different path to get the the same point?

  2. #2
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    No. You cannot affect the route a packet takes. If you get these problems persistently, consider switching ISP.

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