Latency issues

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Latency issues

Post by Magnoid » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:57 pm

Hey guys, been having latency issues lately again.

Raiding with all this ms just aint possible for me at this stage. Hopefully it gets resolved 1day. So till further notice i think its better if i unsign till this gets resolved

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With my local ping going well over 400ms which should be round 20ms that gives me silly in game latency, which is well over 1.5k on bad days
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Re: Latency issues

Post by TrueBrain » Sun Feb 08, 2015 11:26 pm

Latency is one thing, but 23% packetloss? Lolz ... and that on your connection between your router and the first (public) router of your ISP .. pfew .. glad I live in a real country :D *trolls hapilly*

More seriously, that really really sucks dude .. hope it gets fixed soon!
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Re: Latency issues

Post by Macksie » Mon Feb 09, 2015 10:41 am

Just a few quick questions - is it a DSL service? That sort of bad connection on the first hop is quite often just a poor copper connection - ensure that the filter is replaced to the router and it could just be the local cables.

Also if a DSL service if you disconnect your router for >30 minutes then the DSLAM card at the exchange end will reset the connection profile and it should hopefully re-establish the potential speeds for that circuit.

Sorry its been a while since I did anything WAN/internety as I now just concentrate on systems so I might have just sprouted a load of crap...

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