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# 140938 24-Feb-2014 23:18
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Has anyone else noticed an increase in latency during peak times? From around 8pm until 10pm my ping increases by roughly 20ms.
I'm using VDSL in Auckland.

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  # 993752 24-Feb-2014 23:32
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wireless or ethernet






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  # 993760 24-Feb-2014 23:41
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Both. Have also asked a friend who is with Snap and he confirms it happening at his place too.

 
 
 
 


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  # 993784 25-Feb-2014 01:47
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to where? for reference, i get a solid 28ms all day long to a dedi i run in Sydney (aside from its daily spree of getting DDoSed, but thats another thing again.) 




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  # 993863 25-Feb-2014 09:18
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All looks fine on my end, 100/50 UFB

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Australia:-


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  # 993878 25-Feb-2014 09:34
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It will very much depend on the destination you're pinging. You'll probably find that somewhere along the route to that destination there is a heavily loaded link or router outside of Snap.



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  # 993996 25-Feb-2014 11:29
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To everything. The first hop after my router goes from 20~ms to 40~ms, along with everything after it.

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  # 993998 25-Feb-2014 11:31
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Lorenceo: To everything. The first hop after my router goes from 20~ms to 40~ms, along with everything after it.


interesting. jittery increase? or solid increase?


is your friend on the same cabinet/exchange by any chance?


im in auckland on VDSL, so its not the POP im sure.




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  # 994204 25-Feb-2014 15:41
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Nope. I'm connected to an exchange and he is connected to a cabinet fed by a different exchange.

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  # 994227 25-Feb-2014 16:10
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interesting... and this is only about 8pm~10pm? ill leave a smoke or two going tonight and see how things go, but cant say i have noticed any jitter even at that time to my AUS server.

for reference, im off NLN/J. i suspect your seeing congestion somewhere, given that your friend is also getting it, hesitant to say its both internal networks though.




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  # 994242 25-Feb-2014 16:19
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I also suspect it's congestion somewhere. It has happened in the past and been mitigated but it seems to have returned again.

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