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Looks all right to me. A timing out trace route is not necessarily an issue.

You seem to be able to reach the service, it resolves fine, and responds within reasonable time.

Not necessarily, depends all on what the routers inbetween do.

Very high is very subjective :slight_smile:

12 milliseconds is actually quite a good figure. Your ISP might put you on a better route when it comes to Google, but seven milliseconds really are not that much of a difference.

In your case you seem to be routed to Romania.

Cloudflare does not have a datacentre in North Macedonia. The most suitable one will be Sofia but your ISP does not seem to route you in that direction. Thats something you need to clarify with your ISP I am afraid.

But again, 12 milliseconds is a good figure.

He seems to go to Sofia, though. Look at the 1.1.1.1 diagnostic tool, it says SOF.

Via HTTP. DNS goes to OTP.

Oh, didn’t scroll far enough… Seems extremely strange to have that difference.

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Considering you are in North Macedonia and you are going to another country, even if relatively close by means that you won’t be getting any better than this. Maybe going to Sofia will shave off a ms or two, but won’t be much.

The only chance would be talking to your ISP and figuring out why this discrepancy between HTTP and DNS traffic.

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Sofia is not necessarily giving you a better latency. But again, 12 milliseconds is everything but a bad timing. In any case, this will be something you need to clarify with your ISP.