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Message 51 of 112 (269 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency


lyonc wrote:

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.


For the record any "duplicate" is potentially time wasting!  So is discussing (Off Topic - viz timewasting ) any disagreement with any posters comments that you disagree with so here is my offer:

1. Feel Free to ignore my trailer and PM me and I will reply.

2. The OP can also request I delete my post.

3. The OP can also request I delete my post and all these subsequent "time wasting distraction" posts

4. You can flag to Moderator and we can all comply with Forum T&C's?

5. I won't in this context flag this thread to a Moderator myself but I suspect both my own and your OT posts will leave him/her little choice. 

Shame - we could have just concentrated on the technical issues I paraphrased and then we could have eventually substantiated whether this was related/duplicated or a totally separate issue/symptom/scenario?

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Message 52 of 112 (255 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

To avoid any further 'time wasting' or distractions from the the main theme of the thread any further off topic posts will be removed.

Please keep any further discussion relevant to the OP's post.

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Message 53 of 112 (242 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

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Back again... started Monday, but last evening was particularly odd.  Am in bs3

Connection dropping a lot. Still nothing shows in network logs... why is that?

My Broadband Ping - Lewlew

 

 
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Message 54 of 112 (227 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

Seems it's happening again lol. Just like the graph above had the exact same packet loss spikes and the hub at the same times as well.

Saw a thread on a 3rd party VM user forum and that's got folks with exactly the same showing as well.

Here we go again then.
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Message 55 of 112 (202 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

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Message 56 of 112 (195 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

93fc50dc4cef683de82dff0ff4d98f86.png

That's a snapshot of mine.. and can confirm I am again experiencing issues with pages not loading at the moment.
Hooray for mobile internet on my phone, letting me post this.

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Message 57 of 112 (179 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

Noticing the same trends again too.

My Broadband Ping - Home dd-wrt

My Broadband Ping - Work

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Message 58 of 112 (173 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

Look like it getting in early today, see the live graph below

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Message 59 of 112 (169 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

This is a very weird issue web pages just stop loading.



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Message 60 of 112 (168 Views)

Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

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I have been having issues the past few weeks which have been getting worse. I am in PO9 Area 20. There are times when web pages will not load. These seem to correspond with the red spikes on the BQM below. I started using this today:

My Broadband Ping - Nigel's VM Vivid200

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