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  Reply # 1493437 16-Feb-2016 21:13
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All those ping times shown seem reasonable to me so not sure there is really any issue here as per michaelmurfy's comment...

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  Reply # 1493596 17-Feb-2016 08:09
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Per original message:

"Basically looking for advice and whether the ping results are a legitimate concern. Others in other parts of Welly seem to get around 10ms pings to VFW Speedtest server."

Aside from website timeouts (on Chrome and Firefox) and the gaming lag everything else seems reasonable.

I would have thought though that speedtest performance shouldn't have changed after a node going down and supposedly being replaced. One would think it should have exactly the same configuration as the previous node.

Just trying to state the logic behind my thoughts on the matter.

I have a technician booked for 1 March to replace the cable device. I'm not expecting a change in results as all other customers on this node are getting the same results. The main reason I've jacked that up is to have wireless ac on my network.

I would be interested to see other people's ping results on the same websites that I have performed ping tests on.

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