PeerTube is not a website, but a software.
There's more than 450 known PeerTube websites (stats on https://instances.joinpeertube.org/instances/stats )
So maybe you could use another instance ? https://instances.joinpeertube.org/instances )
@adelorenzo what machine are you running it with? Are you using the Nginx configuration file provided in the repository, as per the production install guide?
hey @rigelk thank you for asking. it's running on a a 4 core, 10GB RAM, 700GB HD, unlimited traffic VPS at contabo. I used the official instructions to install, nginx, postgre, redis, tcp optimization, https, etc...
@adelorenzo Again, this is a wild guess on my part, and the distance to your server could just as easily be a likely cause.
About peering agreements, a 4-page article that I found interesting: https://arstechnica.com/features/2008/09/peering-and-transit/
thank you so much! @rigelk
here I go throw myself into reading and learning. you guys Rock!!
@adelorenzo PeerTube does that for you automatically (when enabled and its should stay enabled for maximum browser compatibility), so don't worry about it :)
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