Speed Still Screwed Up

Somewhere my speed calculations are messed up, but after the daily check-and-purge the numbers should be correct.  I’m having a heck of a time tracking this down and it happens whenever I start spreading code across multiple machines.

Bahrain Proxy Madness is spreading this week.  Cities other than Manama are showing up, the most interesting (to me at least) being “Isa Town”.

Interesting because “ISA” is Microsoft’s Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server, which is a proxy server.  How fitting

But according to the VIA headers I’ve seen they’re using NetCache servers, not ISA.  They must be refurbs, since NetworkAppliance sold that line off to BlueCoat back in 2006.


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