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If the issue is not related to your ISP, then it could be related to the configuration of your container instances or the network settings. Here are some additional steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue:
- Make sure that the resources allocated to your container instances are sufficient for the workload you are running. You can also check the logs of your container instances to see if there are any errors or warnings that could be causing slow performance.
- Make sure that your container instances are configured to use the correct network settings, such as DNS servers and network security groups. You can also check the logs of your container instances to see if there are any network-related errors or warnings.
- If your container instances are deployed in a region that is far from your client, it could be causing high latency and slow performance. You can try deploying your container instances in a region that is closer to your client.
- If your container instances are running on a small size, it could be causing slow performance. You can try scaling up your container instances to a larger size.
- Enable Azure Monitor and diagnostic logging for your container instances. This allows you to collect detailed performance and diagnostic information. Review the logs to identify any anomalies or issues that could be impacting performance.
Hope this helps.
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