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Topic # 112883 25-Dec-2012 19:31
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Hi Folks,

I've done quite a lot of speedtest.net tests over the last year and I notice that my latency values are all grouped within 29-31 ms or 44-46 ms, never any other value. The latency values only ever change if I re-boot the ZyXEL P-870H-51a VDSL2 router. A reduction in latency leads to an approx. 10% speed decrease, and vice versa.

I thought latency values could be anything and not necessarily grouped so tightly together. Anyone know why this would be the case?

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David.





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  Reply # 737196 25-Dec-2012 21:15
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DLM

If you have some spare time there is a stickied 49 page thread with everything you need to know about VDSL2 performance

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=105744

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