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Topic # 32130 14-Apr-2009 00:10
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Two night in a row after 12am lag skyrockets from 100 - 300ms to 2000+ ms while I'm playing World of Warcraft, but not with other more local game servers (e.g. Quake3 servers here in NZ).

If I cannot continue to play WoW after hours I'm going to have to switch ISPs, so I'm really hoping this is two isolated incidents - some kind of co-incidence :-(




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  Reply # 206757 14-Apr-2009 04:16
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http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?sid=1&topicId=16137220508


It's not your ISP and they're not at fault. Nor is Blizzard. I've seen reports of it happening to people in Australia as well as people on orcon.


There's another topic discussing this at 


http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=65&topicid=32092&page_no=1#206756




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Reply # 206866 14-Apr-2009 15:26
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Thanks for the info - at least I'm not alone! Weird it's happened twice DEAD on 12am.




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