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Topic # 123132 25-Jun-2013 19:11
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Hey guys, anyone on telecom experiencing latency spikes.

Spiking from 160 - 300 - 550 ish.
Ports opened, on wired connection.
Friends on other ISPs seem to have a stable latency.

Not sure if this a telecom issue or an issue with Riot servers.

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  Reply # 846050 27-Jun-2013 12:15
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I have the same problem with telecom, although mine is wireless.

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  Reply # 846161 27-Jun-2013 14:25
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Haven't noticed any problems myself, recently mostly playing Dota2 though not LoL.

What time of day? What area/suburb? What exchange/cabinet?

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  Reply # 846175 27-Jun-2013 14:35
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Ragnor: Haven't noticed any problems myself, recently mostly playing Dota2 though not LoL.

What time of day? What area/suburb? What exchange/cabinet?


From what I remember it was late at night. I live in Papakura although im not sure what cabinet, all I know its very close to me.

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  Reply # 846219 27-Jun-2013 15:11
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Mine sits pretty rock solid normally. Ping times seem to be set at the start of the game and stay the same thru out. So 150-210ish.



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  Reply # 846423 27-Jun-2013 20:55
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Ragnor: Haven't noticed any problems myself, recently mostly playing Dota2 though not LoL.

What time of day? What area/suburb? What exchange/cabinet?


All hours of the day really, on break from uni so gaming for the next 3 weeks.

Cabinet : POP\BN .

Line Rate - Upstream (Kbps):1017Line Rate - Downstream (Kbps):19939
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  Reply # 847830 1-Jul-2013 17:58
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Moved to oceania server??

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