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Day of Defeat:Source LAG

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Day of Defeat:Source LAG

When I get some kind of lag I normally I just disconnect wait 5 minutes and then get back to playing. But now it seems I am getting lag on DoD:S after 20 minutes of playing, so I feel it must be something on Plus.Net's end.

The game uses the following ports: -
* UDP 27000 to 27015 inclusive
* TCP 27020 to 27050 inclusive
The server address I have been playing on is
* 195.242.236.165:27015

Please Plus.Net can you fix this!!!

Easen
8 REPLIES
James
Grafter
Posts: 21,036
Registered: 04-04-2007

Day of Defeat:Source LAG

Have you raised a ticket?
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Day of Defeat:Source LAG

No I haven't, I shall raise one now...
James
Grafter
Posts: 21,036
Registered: 04-04-2007

Day of Defeat:Source LAG

Thank you. I'll pass it to Networks once you have done so.
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Day of Defeat:Source LAG

Ticket No. 20936923

I have just checked my exchange and the VP are red, heres a sample from the page, which made me laugh...

"At busy times, your ADSL connection may operate at a reduced speed, although not all customers on your exchange may be affected. You should only contact support if there is no current ETA date set.

The ETA fix time is: 11 Dec 99

Record last updated: 11 Dec 06"

Can BT keep this ETA?
James
Grafter
Posts: 21,036
Registered: 04-04-2007

Day of Defeat:Source LAG

Hehe Smiley

It's basically down to the way that BT alert us of exchange fix times. They've changed their code, so we'll then get our exchange checker to interpret this correctly.
James
Grafter
Posts: 21,036
Registered: 04-04-2007

Day of Defeat:Source LAG

Ticket passed to Networks.
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Day of Defeat:Source LAG

I have just played a game of DoD:S and it seem all right, it did spike but only for a few seconds. So for so good
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Day of Defeat:Source LAG

You're lucky.

My exchnage (NUN) has been red for motnhs and teh date for a fix keeps going back. Is that unusual or am I just unlucky?

Ping times have gone from 20-30 ms in peak time to anywhere between 40 and 180 depending upon the time.