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hubrisnxs

join:2009-12-30
Fountain Valley, CA
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reply to Vamp

Re: [Northeast] High pings / bad routing...

That's right, TI NET needs to up their bandwidth to match their customer consumption.

They are oversold.



Vamp
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Interesting theory's but everyone else in the servers run on that network are not having any issues at all.

said by guppy_fish:

tinet-gw.customer

Thats a peering point, its not Verizon's issue but the games ISP isn't paying for the bandwidth there customers are trying to consume

tinet comes up allot on people complaining about bad pings, if your paying for that game service, complain, its their issue, not Verizons

said by hubrisnxs:

That's right, TI NET needs to up their bandwidth to match their customer consumption.

They are oversold.


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said by Vamp:

Interesting theory's but everyone else in the servers run on that network are not having any issues at all.

Not sure what your trying to say, if you mean other users in the game aren't experiencing issues, they likely are on different networks with different peering points.

It not a theory ( peering ) its how the internet works and anyone BUT teir one providers have to pay for the bandwidth and they are cutting corners ( the ones that do have to pay for peering )

The peering point is the issue, not the game servers network or Verizon's network, its a choke point from alternet to tinet, tinet has many other peering points to for example level3 or possibly with Charter or Time Warner, but in the end, its the tier 2/3 providers that are the cause of the delays.