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  #265486 20-Oct-2009 23:16
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C:\Users\Brooks>tracert masterserver.hon.s2games.com

Tracing route to masterserver.hon.s2games.com [67.228.117.76]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms . [192.168.1.1]
2 19 ms 48 ms 16 ms lo1.ras1.nct.orcon.net.nz [60.234.8.201]
3 15 ms 15 ms 15 ms ge-0-0-4-0.cre1.nct.orcon.net.nz [121.98.9.1]
4 17 ms 19 ms 16 ms ae3.bdr1.nct.orcon.net.nz [121.98.9.142]
5 17 ms 21 ms 15 ms Gi10-0-0-401.GW1.AKL1.asianetcom.net [203.192.16
7.33]
6 16 ms 105 ms 16 ms ge-0-0-0-0.gw1.akl2.asianetcom.net [203.192.185.
45]
7 181 ms 169 ms 170 ms po8-1.gw1.sjc1.asianetcom.net [203.192.185.50]
8 192 ms 169 ms 171 ms ip-202-147-50-250.asianetcom.net [202.147.50.250
]
9 * * * Request timed out.
10 189 ms 190 ms 206 ms tuk-edge-09.inet.qwest.net [205.171.11.70]
11 190 ms 189 ms 189 ms te2-1.cer02.sea01.seattle-datacenter.com [65.112
.24.22]
12 190 ms 189 ms 209 ms po02.fcr01.sea01.seattle-datacenter.com [67.228.
118.138]
13 192 ms 190 ms 190 ms masterserver.hon.s2games.com [67.228.117.76]

Trace complete.

Playing during peak hours is almost impossible

Pretty sure I am on orcon+.

Router connects at:





Stream Type
Actual Data Rate


Up Stream
1020 (Kbps.)


Down Stream
7796 (Kbps.)



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  #265683 21-Oct-2009 14:45
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Done some changes

let me know how they go tonight.


 
 
 
 


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  #265802 21-Oct-2009 21:13
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please change it back :( lagging and spiking!

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  #265806 21-Oct-2009 21:22
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Yes same here.

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  #265809 21-Oct-2009 21:24
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700ms ....

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  #265810 21-Oct-2009 21:25
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snafoo: 700ms ....


Posts like this are not helpful.

700ms to where?

timbuktu?





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  #265813 21-Oct-2009 21:30
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700ms to timbuktu is good, isn't it? :D




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  #265814 21-Oct-2009 21:30
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magu: 700ms to timbuktu is good, isn't it? :D


I would have thought so ;)





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  #265817 21-Oct-2009 21:37
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A couple causing me problems:

203.14.173.81
203.14.173.242

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  #265818 21-Oct-2009 21:37
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Still on Orcon, but the main line downstairs has been changed back over to Telecom from TelstraClear. On the Broadband Pro (as part of TotalHome) they are consistently getting 10.2Mb/s to Auckland, ~9Mb/s to Sydney, ~8Mb/s to LA, and pings in the 20s, 40s, and about 110 respectively regardless of the time of day or night. YouTube, downloads, etc, are all perfect - Internet how it should be.

Still waiting for the technician to come to the house to change our line and merge it with the main one, but looking forward to getting those speeds on our computer, at which point it will be 'so long Orcon'.

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  #265821 21-Oct-2009 21:41
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LoJac: A couple causing me problems:

203.14.173.81
203.14.173.242


well, its something to do with where/how/etc you're connected up.

Im getting pings consistantly of about 31ms to both of those IP's.

PS: Im on ADSL2+ (Orcon+)





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  #265822 21-Oct-2009 21:43
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corksta: Still on Orcon, but the main line downstairs has been changed back over to Telecom from TelstraClear. On the Broadband Pro (as part of TotalHome) they are consistently getting 10.2Mb/s to Auckland, ~9Mb/s to Sydney, ~8Mb/s to LA, and pings in the 20s, 40s, and about 110 respectively regardless of the time of day or night. YouTube, downloads, etc, are all perfect - Internet how it should be.

Still waiting for the technician to come to the house to change our line and merge it with the main one, but looking forward to getting those speeds on our computer, at which point it will be 'so long Orcon'.



The speeds may be good, but at $20.40/GB when you go over the 40GB allowance, it's insanely expensive.


I guess we have to stick with the big broadband providers since they are the ones with the good supply lines.


I'm still considering the switch to Telstra, but some people have been complaining recently, so I'm unsure.




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  #265824 21-Oct-2009 21:46
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magu:
corksta: Still on Orcon, but the main line downstairs has been changed back over to Telecom from TelstraClear. On the Broadband Pro (as part of TotalHome) they are consistently getting 10.2Mb/s to Auckland, ~9Mb/s to Sydney, ~8Mb/s to LA, and pings in the 20s, 40s, and about 110 respectively regardless of the time of day or night. YouTube, downloads, etc, are all perfect - Internet how it should be.

Still waiting for the technician to come to the house to change our line and merge it with the main one, but looking forward to getting those speeds on our computer, at which point it will be 'so long Orcon'.



The speeds may be good, but at $20.40/GB when you go over the 40GB allowance, it's insanely expensive.


You can say that again.

If Telecom came out with a 80GB ADSL2+, I'm so there.
magu:
I'm still considering the switch to Telstra, but some people have been complaining recently, so I'm unsure.


Every ISP has their complaints.. Telecom, Orcon, Slingshot. The lot.

You'll never get a perfect connection unfortunately, I guess its just trial and error..

if it helps, when I was with Telstra, I had fantastic internet all of the time.





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  #265827 21-Oct-2009 21:52
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brookz: C:\Users\Brooks>tracert masterserver.hon.s2games.com

Tracing route to masterserver.hon.s2games.com [67.228.117.76]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms . [192.168.1.1]
2 19 ms 48 ms 16 ms lo1.ras1.nct.orcon.net.nz [60.234.8.201]
3 15 ms 15 ms 15 ms ge-0-0-4-0.cre1.nct.orcon.net.nz [121.98.9.1]
4 17 ms 19 ms 16 ms ae3.bdr1.nct.orcon.net.nz [121.98.9.142]
5 17 ms 21 ms 15 ms Gi10-0-0-401.GW1.AKL1.asianetcom.net [203.192.16
7.33]
6 16 ms 105 ms 16 ms ge-0-0-0-0.gw1.akl2.asianetcom.net [203.192.185.
45]
7 181 ms 169 ms 170 ms po8-1.gw1.sjc1.asianetcom.net [203.192.185.50]
8 192 ms 169 ms 171 ms ip-202-147-50-250.asianetcom.net [202.147.50.250
]
9 * * * Request timed out.
10 189 ms 190 ms 206 ms tuk-edge-09.inet.qwest.net [205.171.11.70]
11 190 ms 189 ms 189 ms te2-1.cer02.sea01.seattle-datacenter.com [65.112
.24.22]
12 190 ms 189 ms 209 ms po02.fcr01.sea01.seattle-datacenter.com [67.228.
118.138]
13 192 ms 190 ms 190 ms masterserver.hon.s2games.com [67.228.117.76]

Trace complete.

Playing during peak hours is almost impossible

Pretty sure I am on orcon+.

Router connects at:





Stream Type
Actual Data Rate


Up Stream
1020 (Kbps.)


Down Stream
7796 (Kbps.)




you are "pretty sure" you're on the + network?

how sure are you? because if im not mistaken', you're stats show a perfect ADSL1 profile :P. Unless of course your +network connection actually really does suck.





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  #265829 21-Oct-2009 21:53
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Aaroona:
snafoo: 700ms ....


Posts like this are not helpful.

700ms to where?

timbuktu?


Well, I said performance on WoW is horrible, then, in my next post I said 700ms, so, using logic, one would assume I'd be talking about WoW.

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