reply to Mulhearn1022
Re: [Connectivity] Jittery Latency (Lehigh Valley) Line quality test taken today with no one else on the network: »/pingtest/c384···/2976275
184.108.40.206 pings: »img90.imageshack.us/img90/4764/2···ings.png
Re: [Connectivity] Jittery Latency (Lehigh Valley) Mul, holy usage spike batman. We've sent a proposal over to to the PA guys to see about moving some things around to resolve this.
Thanks Brian I really appreciate the help on this! I've been having a tough time working from home because the VPN will disconnect on me. Also, my blackberry uses the internet for calls as well.
We've got a maintenance scheduled for tomorrow morning. Your service will probably go down around 4am and be back up shortly after that. . Then you should be in really good shape.
reply to negativeduck
Re: [Connectivity] Jittery Latency (Lehigh Valley) If the maintenance did improve things, it's only a slight improvement. Here's a snapshot of a line quality test and ping test to aggr1.atw.pa.rcn.net, which seems to be the troublesome hop:
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The pings always seem to spike at this hop, causing me added latency.
Would ordering a VoIP line change any of this? Because VoIP won't operate well on a line with high latency/jitter.
Ping tests taken at various hours since yesterday:
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While some of them are pretty good, there's a bunch of bad ones still out there yet.
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