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#92004 25-Oct-2011 21:33
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I had the guys at callplus switch off interleaving on my line a few days back, as i wanted to test the performance of a web application with the lower latency.  Tonight i came across the DNS lookup graph from the truenet measuring, you can see when the interleaving was switched off quite clearly: 
 
 
   


EDIT: removed the truenet graph, replaced with an approximation showing my connnection.... 




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  #537453 25-Oct-2011 21:44
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are you supposed to post those graphs ? :P





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  #537455 25-Oct-2011 22:00
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l43a2: are you supposed to post those graphs ? :P



well, reading the page i took a screenshow of, no.  i've replaced with a DIY job instead :D

It wasnt showing IP addresses, or how much data etc, so i dont know if it would have mattered... but point (and action) taken.




 
 
 
 


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  #537460 25-Oct-2011 22:03
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the results you get now seem really good, lets hope it stays like that





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  #537661 26-Oct-2011 11:39
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l43a2: are you supposed to post those graphs ? :P


Why not it's just a graph of his connections dns response time...

Interleaving off make a big difference, first thing I always getting changed when changing ISP as some of them default to having it on still.

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  #537667 26-Oct-2011 11:53
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Yes, interleaving going off can result in a huge drop.

It varies from network to network and from profile to profile, however generally interleaving in an On/Off scenario (Versus say the 5 different levels on some networks) is usually 32ms, which is roughly what your graph shows.

Interleaving off is certainly a nice luxury however in the case of many lines it is a requirement to address packet loss or Carrier-Loss or sync.




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