|reply to Pashune |
Re: DSL Latency Issues
Very informative reply, thanks.
Multiple people were switched to interleave when I first called in about the loss of net access. If there was a noise problem wouldn't we have lose sync too? The IP address would drop but the modem would stay synced up to the DSLAM.
So I tried figuring out these on-the-clock latency changes. I know it was good all day up til 3:30pm then I checked at 4:06pm and it had turned bad. It stayed bad til 12:15am. I was checking it on the dot at 12am and it was still bad. I let it go to about 12:08am before I stopped it. And then I tried again at 12:16am and now its back good. I noticed this happen at the exact same time last night, that's why I was checking it at 12. As of now the problem seems to exist from ~4pm-12:15am. Tomorrow I will try and let a ping run every 10secs or so around those times to identify the exact moment it happens. Any idea why it would be on time like this?
So what would be the optimal setup for me? I want low latency and stable connection even at the cost of some bandwidth. Can I have my sync data rate lowered so its more stable? Or have the sync profile changed?
Direct forum is switching me back to fastpath to see if that helps. Not sure when that will take place though. I may have to go back to interleave if the old problem comes back.