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Zero8270

join:2012-06-26

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Re: 2 phone lines 2 modems high ping/latency Might of resolved

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1st Chart = Taken at 9:00 pm Last night
2nd Chart = Taken 1:50 pm today

Those are my wireshark results im not sure if that tells me anything about latency.... It looks like it only tells me about my download speeds and upload speeds is there anything i could do with wireshark to tell me about latency issues...

STRIKE 1 : After comparing my graph to a wireshark graph it looks like its telling me its a "FAULTY" DSLAM PORT CARD. Okay so lets say it is, is it possible that my two lines are oging into the same PORT CARD and thats why its causing these issues?

But that picture can almost tell me its a router exhaustion but its hard to say because i have a 1.5mb connection and it seems that my connecion is very "sensitive"

Also to a wireshark "expert" what does that graph tell you?

Look ive known ive said this a million times over but before i got this extra line added everything was great latency wise no spikes barely any jitter but ever sense i got the extra line the day i got it, it turn bad. Its not a Congtsted Network or Oversold problem because i live in a area where there is barely any people. And the people that are here, are people that probably dont youtube or anything. Now that does not explain why my Internet is great in the morning SOMETIMES it was not good at 7:00 am this morning, mabye because it was christmas, but then again i live in a area where the population is 500 people with aprobably 20 people around me. So i really doubt it s because of that reason. And i can accuatly see the DSLAM from my house.

: Also explain to me why my latency is great for like 3-5 minutes after i restart my modem.
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Im just not so sure about that. My download speeds and upload seeds are sometimes there just not my latency. Im not in a populated area and the DSLAM is not far.
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DSL LINE STATISTICS

noise margin upstream: 25 db
output power downstream: 10 db
attenuation upstream: 9 db

noise margin downstream: 31 db
output power upstream: 12 db
attenuation downstream: 17 db

System Monitor

System up Time: 19:41:31
Current Date/Time:
CPU Usage: 7.43%
Memory Usage: 59%

WAN Port Statistics

Link Status: Up
Upstream Speed: 576 kbps
Downstream Speed: 1760 kbps
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I persoanly dont see how it can be a oversold DSLAM becausse my most of my neighbors are between 60s-70s only a few in there 50's and 40's. And i dont really have alot of neighbors around me. So i just don think so.

I heard somthing about "exhausted" aggregation router." Could that be somthing that might be doing it?

SOURCE: »Increasing ping

This guy seems to be having the same problem as me. He says "Upon rebooting my modem my connection is fine for a few minutes. After this my ping slowly raises and seems to level off around 1000ms"

then guy replys and says "Even an exhausted aggregation router can show that symptom."

But minus the part where his modem is 300ms. So im really confused its almost the exact same issue because it does seem like everytime i restart the modem its goes from 33ms and slowy rises from 33ms to 66ms and then 2 minutes later 150ms and then 5 minutes later 400-500ms. Its really weird and i really need suggestions.

Do you think sometime might have to be replaced such as a "pair swapping, RT coil replacement, RT card replacement" which i dont even know what those are but i do remeber when the addional line was being installed he said somthing was rusty so he replaced it with a new one. Whatever it was mabye it was that?
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I was told to do a reverse traceroute by irishshark so here it is.

traceroute to 72.160.94.148 (72.160.94.148), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 rtr-servcore1-serv01-webserv.slac.stanford.edu (134.79.197.130) 1.027 ms
2 rtr-core1-p2p-servcore1.slac.stanford.edu (134.79.252.166) 0.541 ms
3 rtr-border2-p2p-core1.slac.stanford.edu (134.79.252.141) 0.538 ms
4 slac-mr2-p2p-rtr-border2.slac.stanford.edu (192.68.191.249) 0.397 ms
5 sunncr5-ip-a-slacmr2.es.net (134.55.36.21) 1.243 ms
6 eqxsjrt1-te-sunncr1.es.net (134.55.38.146) 1.517 ms
7 198.129.44.34 (198.129.44.34) 1.809 ms
8 *
9 65.115.65.82 (65.115.65.82) 1.714 ms
10 bb-snjucacl-jx4-01-ae0.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.165) 1.779 ms
11 bb-sttlwawb-jx4-01-xe-1-1-0.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.170) 29.381 ms
12 bb-sttlwawb-jx4-02-ae0.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.142) 21.664 ms
13 bb-aurrorxa-jm1-02-ge-1-0-0-0.core.centurytel.net (208.110.249.233) 29.401 ms
14 ge-4-1-rb-bras.aur.centurytel.net (209.206.179.141) 107.708 ms
15 -----dyn.centurytel.net ---- 230.200 ms

What does this reverse tracert tell you?

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I tried to use the ping plotter program but everytime i run it for about 30 seconds and i start getting 100 percent packet loss because it seems like my internet is senstive to the non stop traceroutes. So that could be a hint why i receive high latency/spikes in latency.
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It would be kind nice to get this issue fixed because i could really help alot of people on these forums when they read my thread.


Irish Shark
Play Like A Champion Today
Premium,MVM
join:2000-07-29
Las Vegas, NV
kudos:5
Here are my results which I just ran.

traceroute to 72.160.94.148 (72.160.94.148), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 ve400b.ar1.dc1.hwng.net (69.16.185.2) 0.222 ms 0.328 ms 0.460 ms
2 ve914.r1.dc.hwng.net (209.197.1.37) 54.461 ms 54.696 ms 54.778 ms
3 3-1.r1.at.hwng.net (69.16.191.126) 18.770 ms 15.110 ms 18.841 ms
4 centurytel.tieatl.telxgroup.net (198.32.132.77) 24.664 ms 24.699 ms 24.636 ms
5 bb-nlrkargp-jx9-01-ae4-0.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.196) 37.351 ms 37.338 ms 37.325 ms
6 bb-kscbmonr-jx9-02-xe-11-1-0.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.18) 43.647 ms 44.042 ms 44.152 ms
7 bb-dnvtc056-jx4-02-ae2.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.201) 56.165 ms 56.152 ms 56.136 ms
8 bb-dnvtc056-jx4-01-ae0.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.133) 56.373 ms 56.356 ms 56.343 ms
9 bb-sttlwawb-jx4-02-ae2.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.205) 87.531 ms 87.519 ms 87.503 ms
10 bb-aurrorxa-jm1-02-ge-1-0-0-0.core.centurytel.net (208.110.249.233) 91.781 ms 93.516 ms 91.752 ms
11 ge-4-1-rb-bras.aur.centurytel.net (209.206.179.141) 92.486 ms 94.171 ms 94.141 ms
12 72-160-94-148.dyn.centurytel.net (72.160.94.148) 128.862 ms 125.920 ms 128.050 ms

There is definitely something going on at hop 12. What is it? Don't have the foggiest, but I would like to have a CL engineer tell me what's going on.

*****
Router: BBR1.ASH1 (Ashburn, VA)

ping 72.160.94.148 source 216.151.179.161 timeout 1 repeat 10

Type escape sequence to abort.
Sending 10, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 72.160.94.148, timeout is 1 seconds:
Packet sent with a source address of 216.151.179.161
!!!!!!!!!!
Success rate is 100 percent (10/10), round-trip min/avg/max = 116/151/176 ms

*******
Highwinds Network Group - Looking Glass ResultsRouter: R1.CH (Chicago IL)

traceroute 72.160.94.148 source-ip 69.16.191.2 numeric timeout 1

Type Control-c to abort
Tracing the route to IP node (72.160.94.148) from 1 to 30 hops

1 31 ms 24 ms 25 ms 209.197.0.34 (e1-4.r1.ny.hwng.net) [AS12989 / HWNG]
2 24 ms 24 ms 25 ms 198.32.160.19 [AS10310 / YAHOO-1]
3 28 ms 22 ms 23 ms 208.110.248.114 (bb-nycmny83-jx9-02-ae0-0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
4 33 ms 32 ms 81 ms 208.110.248.69 (bb-chcgilwu-jx9-02-ae4-0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
5 67 ms 42 ms 31 ms 204.9.121.189 (bb-mrghmoqa-jx9-02-ae7-0.core.centurylink.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
6 44 ms 31 ms 43 ms 206.51.69.1 (bb-mrghmoqa-jx9-01-ae0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
7 78 ms 76 ms 74 ms 206.51.69.14 (bb-kscbmonr-jx9-01-xe-1-1-0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
8 76 ms 99 ms 74 ms 206.51.69.6 (bb-kscbmonr-jx9-02-ae0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
9 87 ms 88 ms 98 ms 206.51.69.201 (bb-dnvtc056-jx4-02-ae2.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
10 99 ms 87 ms 87 ms 206.51.69.133 (bb-dnvtc056-jx4-01-ae0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
11 125 ms 129 ms 124 ms 206.51.69.205 (bb-sttlwawb-jx4-02-ae2.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
12 132 ms 124 ms 125 ms 208.110.249.233 (bb-aurrorxa-jm1-02-ge-1-0-0-0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
13 123 ms 162 ms 155 ms 209.206.179.141 (ge-4-1-rb-bras.aur.centurytel.net) [AS5668 / AS-5668]
14 421 ms 299 ms 207 ms 72.160.94.148 (72-160-94-148.dyn.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]

*****
"Bandwidth Exhaust? It does not look that way to me.
--
"You can observe a lot by watching". Yogi Berra


Irish Shark
Play Like A Champion Today
Premium,MVM
join:2000-07-29
Las Vegas, NV
kudos:5
reply to Zero8270
Here are my results which I just ran.

traceroute to 72.160.94.148 (72.160.94.148), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 ve400b.ar1.dc1.hwng.net (69.16.185.2) 0.222 ms 0.328 ms 0.460 ms
2 ve914.r1.dc.hwng.net (209.197.1.37) 54.461 ms 54.696 ms 54.778 ms
3 3-1.r1.at.hwng.net (69.16.191.126) 18.770 ms 15.110 ms 18.841 ms
4 centurytel.tieatl.telxgroup.net (198.32.132.77) 24.664 ms 24.699 ms 24.636 ms
5 bb-nlrkargp-jx9-01-ae4-0.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.196) 37.351 ms 37.338 ms 37.325 ms
6 bb-kscbmonr-jx9-02-xe-11-1-0.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.18) 43.647 ms 44.042 ms 44.152 ms
7 bb-dnvtc056-jx4-02-ae2.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.201) 56.165 ms 56.152 ms 56.136 ms
8 bb-dnvtc056-jx4-01-ae0.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.133) 56.373 ms 56.356 ms 56.343 ms
9 bb-sttlwawb-jx4-02-ae2.core.centurytel.net (206.51.69.205) 87.531 ms 87.519 ms 87.503 ms
10 bb-aurrorxa-jm1-02-ge-1-0-0-0.core.centurytel.net (208.110.249.233) 91.781 ms 93.516 ms 91.752 ms
11 ge-4-1-rb-bras.aur.centurytel.net (209.206.179.141) 92.486 ms 94.171 ms 94.141 ms
12 72-160-94-148.dyn.centurytel.net (72.160.94.148) 128.862 ms 125.920 ms 128.050 ms

There is definitely something going on at hop 12. What is it? Don't have the foggiest, but I would like to have a CL engineer tell me what's going on.

*****
Router: BBR1.ASH1 (Ashburn, VA)

ping 72.160.94.148 source 216.151.179.161 timeout 1 repeat 10

Type escape sequence to abort.
Sending 10, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 72.160.94.148, timeout is 1 seconds:
Packet sent with a source address of 216.151.179.161
!!!!!!!!!!
Success rate is 100 percent (10/10), round-trip min/avg/max = 116/151/176 ms

*******
Highwinds Network Group - Looking Glass ResultsRouter: R1.CH (Chicago IL)

traceroute 72.160.94.148 source-ip 69.16.191.2 numeric timeout 1

Type Control-c to abort
Tracing the route to IP node (72.160.94.148) from 1 to 30 hops

1 31 ms 24 ms 25 ms 209.197.0.34 (e1-4.r1.ny.hwng.net) [AS12989 / HWNG]
2 24 ms 24 ms 25 ms 198.32.160.19 [AS10310 / YAHOO-1]
3 28 ms 22 ms 23 ms 208.110.248.114 (bb-nycmny83-jx9-02-ae0-0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
4 33 ms 32 ms 81 ms 208.110.248.69 (bb-chcgilwu-jx9-02-ae4-0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
5 67 ms 42 ms 31 ms 204.9.121.189 (bb-mrghmoqa-jx9-02-ae7-0.core.centurylink.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
6 44 ms 31 ms 43 ms 206.51.69.1 (bb-mrghmoqa-jx9-01-ae0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
7 78 ms 76 ms 74 ms 206.51.69.14 (bb-kscbmonr-jx9-01-xe-1-1-0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
8 76 ms 99 ms 74 ms 206.51.69.6 (bb-kscbmonr-jx9-02-ae0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
9 87 ms 88 ms 98 ms 206.51.69.201 (bb-dnvtc056-jx4-02-ae2.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
10 99 ms 87 ms 87 ms 206.51.69.133 (bb-dnvtc056-jx4-01-ae0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
11 125 ms 129 ms 124 ms 206.51.69.205 (bb-sttlwawb-jx4-02-ae2.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
12 132 ms 124 ms 125 ms 208.110.249.233 (bb-aurrorxa-jm1-02-ge-1-0-0-0.core.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]
13 123 ms 162 ms 155 ms 209.206.179.141 (ge-4-1-rb-bras.aur.centurytel.net) [AS5668 / AS-5668]
14 421 ms 299 ms 207 ms 72.160.94.148 (72-160-94-148.dyn.centurytel.net) [AS22561 / DIGITAL-TELEPORT]

*****
"Bandwidth Exhaust? It does not look that way to me.
--
"You can observe a lot by watching". Yogi Berra