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For questions about network latency. For instance: the propagation of your network traffic, where the transmission medium can be defect or the processing of packets by a network device has slowed down.

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. (From France I have around 60ms to bbc.co.uk (151.101.192.81)) However, due to the extremely low latency you see, my bet is that you are not contacting the actual servers but this is a proxy that responds to you. …
answered May 14 by JFL
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buffers will be full and so some packets will be delayed, waiting for their turn to be sent from those buffers, thus increasing latency. …
answered Sep 13 '17 by JFL