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  #2515358 30-Jun-2020 21:39
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@Stacy88 The difference between 40 to 70ms would make next to zero difference and further to this how are you measuring this increase?


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  #2515532 1-Jul-2020 09:52
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Stacy88:

 

Hi there,

 

My boyfriend and I have been getting high ping when gaming and was wondering if anyone else is getting high ping when gaming? My league ping has suddenly gone from 40 to around 70-80. Are there any weird routing issues with 2Degrees end? Hopefully it fixes itself soon.

 

P.S. I've checked all my connections and made sure everything is plugged in tight and also done the usual trouble-shootings. Using ethernet too :D . 

 

Games tried: League of legends, CSGO, Apex Legends, TF2, POE. PUBG, VRCHAT

 

 

There seems to be issues with latency for me last night as well. Ping to Sydney is usually around the 30ms mark had gone up to around 70ms, speedtests were showing around 9Mbps which is unusual. I've started noticing it when Twitch streams started lagging and buffering. 

 

 

 

However it went back to normal shortly after midnight. 


 
 
 
 


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  #2515545 1-Jul-2020 10:38
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Looks like a one off increase in traffic... until the next Call of Duty update comes through 😃.


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