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Nuckfuts
Premium
join:2003-10-18
Joliet, IL
reply to Rawrster

Re: High Jitter and Ping & Very Unstable

Unplug your RG for 30 seconds or more and try again. Your distance from the VRAD, line stats, bitloading graph, etc. are identical to mine and I ping around 25-26ms and 0-1ms jitter at ~50 miles. If you keep seeing problems post in the AT&T Direct forums (This is Tier 2 support) and see if they can find a possible line issue or an RG issue. BTW, what are you playing on for online FPS's? U-Verse VDSL does add some latency since it is interleaved and not fastpath.

»AT&T Direct


Rawrster

join:2013-01-11

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The spikes have stopped, for now, but my currently I ping at 62 and 5ms jitter at ~50mi. I'm pretty sure I'm on an interleaved line.




Nuckfuts
Premium
join:2003-10-18
Joliet, IL

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You are since you are using a 3800 gateway. That is for VDSL which is interleaved which is higher latency than fastpath old school xDSL. You need to run a trace route and see what you hops are. Could be bad routing in your area.


Rawrster

join:2013-01-11
Here is my tracert to google.




Nuckfuts
Premium
join:2003-10-18
Joliet, IL
That looks good and comparable to mine. Do you play FPS on PC, Xbox, PS3, what game(s)?


Rawrster

join:2013-01-11

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I'm a PC gamer primarily playing Team Fortress 2, Battlefield Heroes, Planetside 2.

The best ping test result I've gotten was 25-26 and 0-1 jitter(like yours) BUT that was for one night(for a few hours), and was the first or only time I've seen it that way.