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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


Really? Not by the looks of it because me and many people are still getting DC's and high latency.

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Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

It was ok at the time she posted it. Also did anyone else get another cut out this morning?

 

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Yes problems here again. Looks like it's VM as my BT circuit is fine .....

BT TBB

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VM TBB

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Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

Myself and my colleague in different parts of the country (both on VM) had dropouts on a webex this morning that seems to coincide with this.

I've started running BQM against my own router now.

 

 

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This is so frustrating!!!!  Have been waiting 10 20 minutes to get a graph and post it.

 

My Broadband Ping - Lewlew

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Re: BQM graphs showing an increase in latency

My Broadband Ping - Raven Hub 3

While some of the increase in the blue any yellow on my connection is accounted for by activity on my network.  I do find the similarities between the graphs striking.  It could indicate a general problem on the route between Virgin and TBB in Sheffield

I had a 5-minute glitch connecting to my Works servers in west Yorks yesterday (I am in the Birmingham area myself), however, I could still connect to BBC News website.

It should be noted that the major packet loss also appeared to last longer than 5 minutes on the graph, But I was able to continue working during most of the time the packet loss was showing.

I really should get an f8lure graph up and running again so I can compare the two next time.

I'd be curious to know the general regions you guys are in.

Tim

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My Broadband Ping - Lewlew

 

Is Area 07 the right designation? It's what is under my acct number. Post Code BS8

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Area 22 here.

 

 

 

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Area designations have no value. For example, my area 31 'covers' Reading, Cambridge, Hemel, St Albans, parts of Northants, etc. Postcode is the only valid designation in this context.

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In which case, NR1 - so already pretty far from BS8. Smiley Happy

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