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I would like to surf websites based in China faster page loading speed living in the US.

What is the technical term I want to do, or how simply can I surf China websites faster connection to.
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Not much.. You're limited to the latency involved with that distance and slowest/most saturate circuit take gets you their.
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Depends how fast your connection is. Expect your connection to get nerfed by 2/3 by the time your packet reaches China.
 
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you don't surf china internet, china internet surf you!
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Open CMD.
Type "ping 163.com" or "ping baidu.com" and if it's within 400ms it's bearable.
If it's over 400ms, then try "tracert 163.com" and tell us what you see.

PS:Be grateful you can surf both China and US, coz in China you have to climb firewalls to get to US
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Eh ignore my useless post.
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Thank you for the informative replies all.
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Open CMD.
Type "ping 163.com" or "ping baidu.com" and if it's within 400ms it's bearable.
If it's over 400ms, then try "tracert 163.com" and tell us what you see.

PS:Be grateful you can surf both China and US, coz in China you have to climb firewalls to get to US

I get average 260ms average from sites guiJY
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at same time I post this I found my roomie didnt know he has been running application in background uploading at 190/sec. err. i fixed this and my speed surfing websites overseas got better.

am i saying correct, but can a person connect a middle party located between target country host, and achieve desired speeds. is that considered a proxy server too?
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You mean through a VPN? I don't think that would help.
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i just read up a little on vpn.

i am going to try for find free vpn based in china. i figure easy access into virtual network and then hammer the sites i would like to surf. easier said than done too. i will reply this thread outcome.

anyone got thoughts and tips you like to share? much appreciated. thank you.

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Well, to be honest you won't see much increase of speed using a proxy unless your ISP has crappy routing. In fact you'd probably see an decrease in speed. I shall use my own ISP as an example.
I live in Australia and use a company that has crappy routing. They have a parent company in Singapore so naturally they route to Singapore before anywhere else. Within Australia I can say that the speed is great, <25ms. If I go to North America, that ping goes up to about 200ms. Funny thing is, when I go to Singapore supposedly I would get less ping right? Wrong. 350ms and anything in Asia, including China is about 400ms.
Lets see my tracert of 163.com, where ping gives me 395ms:
Code:
1    10 ms    16 ms    20 ms  *censored for my sake*
  2    10 ms    18 ms    20 ms  *censored for my sake*
  3    31 ms    19 ms    19 ms *censored for my sake* 
  4    45 ms    31 ms    21 ms  mas3-ge2-0.gw.optusnet.com.au [211.29.125.237] 
  5   177 ms   199 ms   180 ms  203.208.192.97 // Note: Singapore
  6   181 ms   179 ms   184 ms  ge-7-1-0.lax22.ip4.tinet.net [77.67.79.13] // Note: Barcelona
  7   197 ms   188 ms   199 ms  xe-2-0-0.lax20.ip4.tinet.net [89.149.185.221] // Note: Barcelona
  8   186 ms   180 ms   180 ms  as4134.ip4.tinet.net [77.67.71.102] // Note: Barcelona
  9   179 ms   204 ms   178 ms  202.97.50.37  // Note: Beijing
 10   341 ms   340 ms   349 ms  202.97.52.153 // Note: Beijing
 11   357 ms   345 ms   344 ms  202.97.60.77  // Note: Hong Kong
 12   338 ms   351 ms   349 ms  202.97.35.197 // Note: Wu Han
 13   346 ms   359 ms   354 ms  59.36.103.37  // Note: Beijing
 14   345 ms   344 ms   348 ms  59.36.103.110 // Note: Beijing
 15   349 ms   338 ms   340 ms  183.60.129.18 // Note: Beijing
 16     *        *        *     Request timeout.
 17   361 ms   337 ms   336 ms  183.60.136.64 // Note: Beijing
My ISP routes me to Singapore, then to Spain, to Beijing (Our destination!), takes a loop around Hong Kong and Wuhan, and then finally back to 163.com in Beijing.
The only time proxy benefits speed is when it provides a direct link between source and destination. So in this case from Victoria in Australia to Beijing in China. This saves the time my ISP takes me around the world, and my finally speed would be my ping to proxy server (If server in Australia <50ms) + server to destination ping time (Depends on server, typically 100~150 ms).

The finally question is why would they take you to Spain first? Because in the internet geographical distance is not the only concern. When mapping out connections the ISP deemed that this route could successfully link Australia to China and that this route was the fastest. Which means they had no fast direct link to China, which a proxy could potentially grant me.

There you go, my crappy ISP. Envy of you 200ms ping.
Edited by guiJY - 10/31/11 at 10:41pm
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