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 08-21-2001, 00:19 Post: 31125
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anyone else find that when they click off of jplan there is a 1 to 5 minute wait before their browser is ready to accept another web site? i really appreciate the info i get here, but it is getting anoying. am i alone on this or do some of you find the same situation? i come here at least once a day to post and read so help me find out if it is my gateway or a common problem, thanks. james






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 08-21-2001, 00:32 Post: 31126
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James, I have a Gateway computer too and I have no such problems.






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 08-21-2001, 07:21 Post: 31131
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James, I would have to think it is an internal problem with your system, I have never had a problem like you describe and I come here twice a day, morning and night. Mark






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 08-21-2001, 08:46 Post: 31136
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I don't seem to have that problem.






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 08-21-2001, 09:50 Post: 31138
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Art, I access JPLAN from both home and work. I have never had to wait longer than a minute to get a response. At home I get a maximum of 26.4 bps. At work, our workstations access the corporate network at 100mbs (work for WorldCom, got big pipes!!!). It is probably something to do with your workstation configuration. I'm no PC guru, however, I try to install all the latest patches from Microsoft and for your virus software. Matter of fact, look at how you have your virus software configured. Hmmm, as a matter of fact, are you using McAfee Firewall. If you are, deactivate it. It is a real hog!!! Terry






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 08-21-2001, 11:03 Post: 31145
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I would look into getting a different ISP, as your current provider may not have a very good connection to the internet. I have three different providers that I test against for the jplan site when I develop the web pages here. Your response time should be measured in seconds in all cases not minutes, even if you are on a dialup connection instead of a Lan connection.






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 08-21-2001, 13:16 Post: 31151
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I have a Gateway and I do have the same problem at work. I can't recall if I do at home though. My home computer is not a Gateway. So the question still remains, is it the website or is it the Gateway?






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 08-21-2001, 14:36 Post: 31155
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Alan and James, please help me understand your problem more fully. I initially interpreted the issue as slow response time for all jplan pages. Are you both in fact saying that response time at jplan is OK but that when you want to go to another site that your Browser Hangs for a couple of minutes before another site will come up??
If that is the case what browser and version number are you using??

What Operating System and service pack??
What ISP ? What jplan page are you on when this happens?? Appreciate your feedback.






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 08-21-2001, 22:02 Post: 31162
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i am on aol and my problem is only after i leave jplan. it takes my browser some time to clear and let me go to another site. some times i have to go into programs and call up internt explorer once or twice before i can access another site.






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 08-21-2001, 22:04 Post: 31163
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see how this might be a problem because the last post attributed to micky grider was one i typed






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