The problem cblocks with the speed issues that have been plaguing us are being removed within the next hour or two Sometime in the next hour or two ALL proxy sets with cblocks in the 159.x.x.x ranges will be removed from configurations and replacements made to replace them then all affected proxy configurations will be restarted. An email will be sent out by our system so please make sure that you have firstname.lastname@example.org whitelisted or setup to not be Spam if you're using any of the free email services. While the data center has been investigating some of the speed issues we've been having they discovered that the amount of ram in our servers (which was their recommended amount by the way!) may no longer be enough as we've now almost totally saturated the ram which can also affect bandwidth throughput. They are checking the servers now to make sure the motherboards we have can handle more ram and we'll go from there. If they do add more ram it will mean the servers will need to be shutdown for a couple of minutes while more ram is added and then once the servers are back up and stable we'll restart all proxy configurations. The data center has also just advised me that they will be replacing our core router once it arrives in a few days by snail mail. It has a new brain in it called a Network Processing Engine which "adds more bandwidth to the backplane so more throughput ultimately" to fix this issue permanently. Yay for more high output! If I get a chance before it happens I will advise you of this. Thanks for your patience during this rectification process!