Do you even understand how routers work? It appears that the specific router in this case, which hundreds of people have identified, is overloaded, and dropping packets and/or dropping priority for some packets for unknown reasons. That specific router belongs to Leaseweb. That makes it their responsibility. It's entirely possible that certain routes are being prioritized over other routes. Your route may be one of those being prioritized (unfairly) while others get pushed down and the handling of their packets gets pushed down in priority. Do you understand all this or not? That each packet sent on a TCP/IP network has to be received, processed, and resent to the next router in the routing chain. People are running a standard TCP/IP check tool - tracert - to trace the routes of packets. They are seeing specifically which router the slowdown occurs on. Your comments sound like you don't understand any of this.