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Reply # 308133 17-Mar-2010 08:29
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Wahooo.... Ping is back to 68ms to Sydney, last night it was ~700

Guessing it'll be SSDD tonight when I get home. Out of interest I tried using a T-stick for some online gaminglast night and the Ping was just as garbage on that so whatever is rooting the pings is further upstream from that.

xbox is still unaffected! I guess TC is in on the conspiracy to kill PC gaming?

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  Reply # 308469 17-Mar-2010 21:05
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and tonight it backl to rubish again

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 308480 17-Mar-2010 21:22
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Mines great tonight here in hamilton..
Back to normal and low pings..



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Reply # 308517 17-Mar-2010 22:33
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Back to rubbish....


Atleast it was slightly gameworthy.... xbox is COMPLETELY unaffected! nuts... Is the pro plan going to be any better? guessing not...







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  Reply # 308594 18-Mar-2010 08:11
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mattk: Back to rubbish....


Atleast it was slightly gameworthy.... xbox is COMPLETELY unaffected! nuts... Is the pro plan going to be any better? guessing not...



My Internet was kinda fine yesterday afternoon/evening.  Although last night was good tv night so we didn't play on the computer's too long.  But hubby was able to do his daily and his thing was green the whole time. 

So they must have fixed something on Pro then.

In the past when this has happened with other ISP's it was normally due to them not purchasing enough bandwidth per month.  I do not know how this works with telecom.

I will keep my eye on latency tonight (crap night on telly).




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  Reply # 308915 18-Mar-2010 21:02
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same again tonight
to sdyney

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  Reply # 308918 18-Mar-2010 21:09
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everything is fine here and i'm on bigtime..


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  Reply # 308922 18-Mar-2010 21:15
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iti s frustrating to say the least
having to deal with the xtras .....DESK is not very helpfull at all .

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  Reply # 308923 18-Mar-2010 21:15
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I am having the same problems: pings to Aion servers are anywhere between 550-1200, normally 200-300.
Pings to google.com are anywhere between 200-600 - normally a constant 135.

I called customer support, was told to send trace route results etc. The next day I got a phone message informing me that the customer support guy spoke with telecom technicians and they confirmed that there was a problem with international traffic. He said he would inform me if there is any changes however I doubt I will hear from telecom again unless I ring them myself.

I am on the 40gb business plan.

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  Reply # 308938 18-Mar-2010 22:03
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i am so far at 50mins on hold have atlease been transfered to t2 support in nz

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  Reply # 308968 18-Mar-2010 23:58
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International Traffic is really pain today :(

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  Reply # 309001 19-Mar-2010 08:46
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I managed to talk to a REAL telecom helpdesk person last night, we could understand each other and everything! Was brilliant, answered a stack of my questions and I actually got somewhere.

It's looking like the incoming connections are getting cut still, I can ping other (xnet) users (~60ms) but only 1/4 times can they ping me, and when they do its 350ms+ Tracerts to me are timing out but me to them is fine. The gaming ports are open tho... Frustrating to say the least!

Is this just affecting Auckland users? cafeg doesn't seem affected? ... and neither is my xbox... it's Telecom conspiring to end PC gaming.

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  Reply # 309038 19-Mar-2010 10:32
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While not on TCNZ at my CBD office, Im often noticing ultra high pings to AK. Anywhere else is fine except AK.


these are fine, but AK....

And that the lowest I've seen in days...
 

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  Reply # 309040 19-Mar-2010 10:34
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mattk: I managed to talk to a REAL telecom helpdesk person last night, we could understand each other and everything! Was brilliant, answered a stack of my questions and I actually got somewhere.

It's looking like the incoming connections are getting cut still, I can ping other (xnet) users (~60ms) but only 1/4 times can they ping me, and when they do its 350ms+ Tracerts to me are timing out but me to them is fine. The gaming ports are open tho... Frustrating to say the least!

Is this just affecting Auckland users? cafeg doesn't seem affected? ... and neither is my xbox... it's Telecom conspiring to end PC gaming.


It's true, I recently bought a PS3 so I now require the entire network to bow to my PS3 needs, PC gaming is doomed




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  Reply # 309042 19-Mar-2010 10:50
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It's true, I recently bought a PS3 so I now require the entire network to bow to my PS3 needs, PC gaming is doomed


I bought a copy of Supreme Commander 2 on PC 2 weeks ago (since no REAL RTS can be played on a console) and since then I've had only had 2 horrid laggy games online!

The one benefit is that the others get bored with the lagginess, fail to concentrate and then i win. I call it 'Lagging them to death'

One opponent commented that with the excessive lag it was more like a turn based game.

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