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  Reply # 989318 17-Feb-2014 22:49 Send private message

yeah all depends on physical locations and what isp etc has peers with other isp etc. Im no isp tech person thats why I thought I would ask. Thanks though for the help :)

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  Reply # 989319 17-Feb-2014 22:50 Send private message

johnr:
littleninjaman: yeah I wasn't expecting it to be the same but hopping it might be able to be improved on. Just hoping for the best :)


Everyone wants the best routing but it does not work like that in the real world sorry


Different providers may have different routing. Ours in this case is our upstream provider and isnt fairing well for aussie. 





 


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  Reply # 991530 21-Feb-2014 08:21 Send private message

As far as I'm aware, this issue has been resolved.




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  Reply # 991531 21-Feb-2014 08:22 Send private message

Demeter: As far as I'm aware, this issue has been resolved.


Do you mean the AU latency?






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  Reply # 991915 21-Feb-2014 17:40 Send private message

Yes it seems to be fine now, thanks :)

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