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My site working fine through mobile data but Problem in WiFi broadband

I have a site on WordPress. Now I have confirmed. My site is problem only in WiFi network around in only on full Bangladesh. But everything is fine through any mobile network.

If I want to browse my site through WiFi internet. Then the site takes a long time to load. Even the following message comes many times. At this time I cannot browse my site.

This site can’t be reached
http://www.fileour.com took too long to respond.
Try:
• Checking the connection
• Checking the proxy and the firewall
• Running Windows Network Diagnostics
ERR_TIMED_OUT

In this case, my site can be open by giving 3/5 time refresh.

But if I used mobile data. The site quickly open.

Firstly I am using “All In One WP Security” plugin. But if disable all plugin, Yet that is not the solution.

Please anyone kindly give me solution.

Please Please Please…

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Yeah dude!!! You must check your wireless driver in your pc

This problem is not just from my PC. Rather, it is from all over Bangladesh. My site is browsable from mobile data. But browsing through WiFi can lead to internet problems.

Hello!

It sounds like the issue might be related to the Wi-Fi network connection, if you are able to successfully load your site with other networks.

You can run an MTR while using your Wi-Fi to get more details regarding the path that the Wi-Fi traffic takes, and we have a guide here that should help:

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-traceroute-and-mtr-to-diagnose-network-issues

If you have any other questions regarding the MTR results, please open a ticket so we can take a further look!