> You should use filters to isolate to the traffic of interest (port http > and host 192.168.1.100). Then do the page loads that are slow, noting > the time, and then find those connections. Use tcpdump -w to store the I did that; I found time gap in between. But I still do not know the reason. Filtered output is listed below. Your output makes it look like there is no TCP-level network trouble. That's part of what could have been wrong, and easy to check, which is why I suggested you look at it. In the ktruss output, there is a flag to show times: -T. So you can then scan the output to see where there is a big gap.
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