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Is my think broadband graph acceptable?

Is the graph linked below typical of a good VM connection? 

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I know very little about latency but it doesn't look very good?

Many thanks in advance

 

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Router mode can cause higher spikes when your connection is idle.

High spikes when you are using your connection for downloading or uploading happen if you don't apply your own QoS or bandwidth available is limited due to the area under load by others wanting bandwidth.

Jitter and spikes above green are caused by the upstream the blue increasing is ping numbers going higher and consistently more then the lowest ping out of 100 being average jitter more then 1-4ms to a lot higher as shown by pingtest.net caused by the increase load by others in your area uploading.

So your BQM is not too bad vs others

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I would sell my soul for that graph. Check out mine:

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olisherry wrote:

I would sell my soul for that graph. Check out mine:

D28146e94c59c4a026bc60dc4cfa9a6c-08-12-2015


That surely looks ugly, good job I didn't complain. I do hope it gets better for you.

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