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Message 41 of 112 (282 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

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Has VM got the hump again, lol

Anyway I have the hump back, and it seems others are as well.

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Alessandro Volta
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Message 42 of 112 (250 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency


Emma_E wrote:

Hi All, 

 

Thank you for all the information provided. 

 

I have had news that the issue with the latency has now been resolved. 

 

If you are still having trouble let me know and I will investigate further. 

 

Many thanks

 

Emma


@Emma_E

So what was the cause of the bump/hump?  Is it a big secret?  We do all want to know.

 

Seph - ( DEFROCKED - My advice is at your risk)

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Message 43 of 112 (246 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency


Ty_S wrote:

Hi all

We’ve seen a few posts recently within the community with BQM graphs showing an increase in latency which we’re looking into. Will keep you updated

Thanks,


@Ty_S

The trusting Community members gave you 6 kudos but you didn't update them.

So what is this bump all about?  Or is it a close secret (again)?

 

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Message 44 of 112 (243 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

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Another issue in Linx?

6 19 ms 19 ms 20 ms brhm-bb-1c-ae0-0.network.virginmedia.net [62.254.42.110]
7 23 ms 21 ms 21 ms tcl5-ic-2-ae0-0.network.virginmedia.net [212.250.15.210]
8 40 ms 36 ms 35 ms peer-08-linx.thn.v4.custdc.net [195.66.224.139]
9 30 ms 31 ms 34 ms rtr-153.thn.custdc.net [109.74.255.243]
10 33 ms 35 ms 32 ms rtr-153-31463.thn.custdc.net [109.74.255.58]
11 35 ms 38 ms 31 ms 4d-byf-bbr2-012.4d-dc.com [37.209.223.5]
12 38 ms 37 ms 49 ms 4d-byf-f10-244.4d-dc.com [178.17.47.166]

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3 20 ms 17 ms 13 ms nott-core-2b-xe-030-0.network.virginmedia.net [62.255.214.165]
4 * * * Request timed out.
5 * * * Request timed out.
6 * * * Request timed out.
7 * * * Request timed out.
8 * * * Request timed out.
9 35 ms 37 ms 37 ms linx1.orbital.net [195.66.225.93]
10 37 ms 34 ms 40 ms xe2-2-ve-83.thn-pe-2.thn.thebunker.net.202.88.80.in-addr.arpa [80.88.202.138]
11 36 ms 37 ms 35 ms eth4-2.thn-bgp-1.thn.core.thebunker.net [37.200.112.58]
12 34 ms 34 ms 40 ms tengeth2-2.thn-bgp-2.thn.core.thebunker.net [213.129.95.153]
 

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3 14 ms 12 ms 15 ms nott-core-2b-xe-030-0.network.virginmedia.net [62.255.214.165]
4 * * * Request timed out.
5 * * * Request timed out.
6 * * * Request timed out.
7 * * * Request timed out.
8 * * * Request timed out.
9 39 ms 40 ms 39 ms linx1.ixreach.com [195.66.224.217]
10 43 ms 43 ms 53 ms r1.tcw.man.ixreach.com [91.196.184.185]

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Message 45 of 112 (228 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

same here, back again

 

My Broadband Ping - VM
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Message 46 of 112 (206 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

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Stockport V.M. Connection

My Broadband Ping - Valhalla

and its V.M. Default Gateway

My Broadband Ping - Virgin Media D.G.

 

A V.M. connected student house in Nottingham

My Broadband Ping - Kimbolton

...and relax ....

...  A Zen Internet connected house in Cornwall Smiley Tongue

My Broadband Ping - Folkvangr

(The 6am interruption was caused by the scheduled auto-reboot of my Draytek Router. Wouldn't want anyone to get the impression that Zen/BT Openreach had some sort of issue Smiley Wink)

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Message 47 of 112 (168 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

.....and unfortunately the inevitable time wasting of duplicate threads: http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Speed/Outages-issues-from-around-6pm-today/m-p/3368184#M154265

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Message 48 of 112 (161 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

'Time wasting'.
Erm... thanks?

When my connection went out at around 6pm, with pages not loading across multiple devices and downloads stopping, I posted that thread. It wasn't just based on the 'spikes' of near 100% packet loss showing on ThinkBroadband - it was because, as I state there, 'I was finding it impossible to load any pages'. And as the packet loss was ongoing at the same time, and not just on my graph, I mentioned it.

I understandably kept an eye on it in the following hours and noted the latency bump later on at around 8pm, which looked similar to the matter being discussed here from a week or two ago. So linking the two due to the similar symptoms, I posted over here.

Is posting when issues are being experienced and then again when the situation seems to have changed now to be considered 'time wasting'?

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Message 49 of 112 (139 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

Same here, packet loss and the mysterious hump 

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Message 50 of 112 (118 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

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I don't understand why you have to say he is time wasting, your post referring to him being a 'time waster' is in itself time wasting, also this looks like a different problem to what it was before.

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