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rdjacobs

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#78713 6-Mar-2011 19:26
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Hi guys I am getting pings to sydney of 215ms the last few days, on speedtest.net, is anyone else the same and would that effect my international speeds, seems a bit slow at the moment

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Zeon
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  #446078 6-Mar-2011 19:31
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What ISP are you on? What kind of connection do you have?




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rdjacobs

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  #446081 6-Mar-2011 19:34
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Zeon: What ISP are you on? What kind of connection do you have?


Im on orcon fs fs gold plan DSL, local sync of about 17mbs 9ms...Im 50 metres from my local exchange etc, prior to this I use to get 32 ms ping to sydney afew days ago!! just noticed things are bit slower with  that ping or is that wrong to say?..

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  #446087 6-Mar-2011 19:45
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45 - 75 ms from Hawera.

kyhwana2
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  #446088 6-Mar-2011 19:45
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Try doing a traceroute to various sites in aussie?

rdjacobs

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  #446104 6-Mar-2011 20:32
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kyhwana2: Try doing a traceroute to various sites in aussie?


Hi just did 3 local tracert's to different sites in sydney and am getting 200 ms ping.


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  #446114 6-Mar-2011 21:14
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Can you paste those traceroutes?

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  #446123 6-Mar-2011 21:47
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Without any examples it's hard for anybody to offer you any real ideas as to what could be wrong.

My pick would be that there is some traffic being routed via SX to the USA rather than directly to Aussie.

 
 
 
 


rdjacobs

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  #446134 6-Mar-2011 22:23
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sbiddle: Without any examples it's hard for anybody to offer you any real ideas as to what could be wrong.

My pick would be that there is some traffic being routed via SX to the USA rather than directly to Aussie.


All is well now, Pings are back in there 30's :D

game on!! :) 

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