Is TelstraClear having some routing problems? Why is it routing traffic from New Zealand to the United States via Hong Kong?
Isn't enough that we are far away from content, why use the longest route to get something then?
Update: Yes, someone mentioned it's the Internet, if things are not well, alternative routes and all. Yes, I know that. Still, if we are so far away from content that 200ms influences the results, it would be good if a high quality network could make sure things were taking the optimal path and only use the fallback as an alternative for when things go wrong, not as the default for days/weeks. In this case, someone somewhere should be alerted.
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