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(midnight) latency up to old tricks

scootie
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(midnight) latency up to old tricks

thought i would just see how the latency is past midnight and was shocked to see the results. whats gone wrong this time?
edit.
following same pattern as before where it slowly becomes more stable as we head towards the 1am -2am time period where it use to go back to my normal 16-19ms stable latency
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scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

And all back to normal again. so seems its the same issue as before
scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

hopefully this has been pointed out to the network guys that delt with it last time. i hope am not in for another couple of months of poor latency slap bang in the middle of my prime time gaming.
if so it could be the straw that broke the camels back.
20cn network in its current state is not some where i want to be heading back to and bad latency during my prime time gaming period is somthing i can not live with again for a couple of months. which would leave me heading for a MACdonalds  Wink
James
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Re: latency up to old tricks

Yep, noted.
Have flagged.
scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

cheers james. all thoe it dosent seem as bad as when it first reared its head months ago it still shows the oraginal issue is still there and if its like this now why there is plenty of spare capicty on 21cn i dread to think what it would be like when the capicty is being pushed when adsl2+ is sold as a product

James
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Re: latency up to old tricks

It's the usual stories of everyone's P2P schedulers kicking in at midnight.
We've got extra capacity on order for next week.
scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

even thoe everything gets line speed at midnight. surely the traffic mangment still drop the lower p2p packets ect before allowing it to effect gaming and icmp (which is classed as 0x0a)
James
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Re: latency up to old tricks

That's one for Dave to answer Wink
scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

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dread to think what it would be like when the capicty is being pushed when adsl2+ is sold as a product

hum i knew it was going to be soon but not a few hours after my post  Smiley
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That's one for Dave to answer

i dont think dave will risk posting here after the amount of posts made by me last time, bet hes just reading and running for his life  Grin
scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

looking at the expected speeds of the preminum package i see p2p ect gets 1 an 2mb after 10pm and 11pm.
This worries me for this issue as i remember the first time the latency happend it use to cause bad latency at these time for 10ish mins after the rate change went upwards and that was with the old very low rate limits.
i can see the 1 an 2mb rate limits bringing back the latency issue at these rate limit change times again
all predictions just hope there as bad nostradamus predictions  Crazy
scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

just caught it having a fit at 10pm
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also its now of the charts
edit. tried disconnect / reconnect and a reync to insure my lines not at fault
Plusnet Staff
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Re: latency up to old tricks

That's the Chesterfield exchange hitting SVLAN capacity I think, I've reported it but haven't heard anything back yet. As yet there are no VLAN reports like we get the 20CN VP reports but we keep asking.
Same here, but it doesn't look like our network...
traceroute to www.plus.net (212.159.8.2), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1  cactus.daigoro.co.uk (10.0.0.1)  13.458 ms  13.408 ms  13.366 ms
2  router (192.168.0.1)  13.326 ms  13.278 ms  13.230 ms
3  lo0.plusnet.thn-ag2.plus.net (195.166.128.93)  213.274 ms  213.258 ms  213.182 ms
4  vl604.thn-gw1.plus.net (84.92.4.169)  213.142 ms  213.104 ms  213.064 ms
5  ae0-102.ptn-gw01.plus.net (212.159.1.53)  213.024 ms  212.999 ms  212.959 ms
6  gi3-0.pih-cr1.plus.net (212.159.1.177)  212.670 ms  194.428 ms  194.373 ms
7  vlan8.pih-gw4.plus.net (212.159.0.30)  194.331 ms  194.293 ms  194.253 ms
8  if25.pih-lb04.plus.net (212.159.0.1Cool  194.212 ms  122.856 ms  126.598 ms
9  if25.pih-lb04.plus.net (212.159.0.1Cool  126.583 ms  127.219 ms  12
9.985 ms
scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

no its defo BTw. wish i saw your post before tried a resync now am knocked down the profile ladder by one step
edit settled down for the time being
scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

youve got to admit thoe dave the 10pm and 11pm latency is caused by the rate limits being relaxed, even if the traffic jam is on BTw's side of the network the extra bandwidth being given by PN network is the spark that starts the fire
scootie
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Re: latency up to old tricks

midnite  Lips are sealed
time to watch a movie and wait for that tornado to pass before going near the xbox