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BQM Graph any input

i just posted this but it hasnt shown up so apolgies if this is a duplicate post

 

Anyway i have another thread here that is receiving very little attention from VM, whereby i am suffering near permanent packet loss and latency icons while playing BF4. On that basis i decided to setup a BQM to see what that showed.

However i am not entirely sure what i am referencing for good or bad, so would appreciate any input from those in the know as to how my graph looks. I am concerned about the yellow spikes if i am reading this correctly but as i said i dont know what i am referencing.rsz_screenshot_2017-03-19_085929.jpg

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Re: BQM Graph any input

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Yellow is only the max latency, the blue is your average which is around 20ms which is good for a VM connection. Green is your lowest latency, there is a good FAQ here that covers the graphs very well.

There is a tiny amount of packet loss on the graph but nothing that would suggest it would cause any major issue.

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Re: BQM Graph any input

That BQM is pretty good.  Any signal loss would be shown as red line running from the top down. I don't see any on your BQM, apart from some very small blips around 10pm. 

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Re: BQM Graph any input

Thanks for the reply Adduxi, so the yellow spikes arent anything to be concerned about ?

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Re: BQM Graph any input

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Yellow is only the max latency, the blue is your average which is around 20ms which is good for a VM connection. Green is your lowest latency, there is a good FAQ here that covers the graphs very well.

There is a tiny amount of packet loss on the graph but nothing that would suggest it would cause any major issue.

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Re: BQM Graph any input

thanks Stormfury2 appreciated

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