I've got multiple websites (all of which being reverse-proxied via the same server) failing to properly load on one of my computers.
This particular case can be reproduced every single time, where a single JS file will stay stuck at "pending" in the chrome developer tool, despite Fiddler showing that the request has been completed with the correct headers and response.
I tried the following:
- incognito tab
- Firefox, edge, internet explorer
- Removed all vlan's from my computer
- completely removing and reinstalling the network drivers
- Try a fresh windows user
When I try a different computer it works perfectly fine, despite both computers having the same browser extensions and same antivirus, as well as both running an up-to-date installation of Windows 10.
If I run Chrome via HTTP Toolkit (software tool for intercepting HTTP requests) everything works fine.
These are the headers the server responds with (as shown in fiddler):
What other steps can I try to debug and pinpoint this issue?
This file is a wireshark capture of my PC communicating with my webserver, the file failing to load is
This file is the chrome net export