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technically speaking, as an ISP company would drop the ping of its users, devices used, protocols?

for example down from 100ms to 50ms

hub, router, better computer equipment?

or reopen the street to place new fiber cabling etc etc

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Eh?
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I apologize for my English, what part didn't understand the question?

What part in the forum I can put this type of question?

For example, Verizon wants to improve their users ping

What do they do?

just more powerful servers?

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Depending on the reason of high pings. If it's nearly ALWAYS high ping at any servers then it's ISP fault and it can be fixed with better equipment and fibre cable cabling.
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Generally depends on load.
Base configuration with no users can only respond so fast to begin with.
Most of the time unless a link is clogged with traffic as a cause of latency there really is not much that can be done to significantly improve latency.

There is no magical solution to say "*Poof* we just reduced everyone's latency by 50ms"
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What kind of service do you have?

Some may offer "gamer profiles" which is just fastpath enabled on you're line it can knock of up to 20ms of you're ping usually.
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What kind of service do you have?

Some may offer "gamer profiles" which is just fastpath enabled on you're line it can knock of up to 20ms of you're ping usually.
^ Pretty much that.
Although it may be more technically correct to list a 'line that does not enable interleaving' as that adds anywhere from 5-30 ms to your first hop on DSL (data spaced out over time in order to overcome any sudden spikes or line errors).
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post #8 of 18
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There is no magical solution to say "*Poof* we just reduced everyone's latency by 50ms"
i know that...

but, i thinking...if Overclock.net is a ISP and have a high ping... buy new servers, hub's and routers and just that?

why the isp don't repairs that minimum detail ... instead of raising the amount of band width.

i know that a "simply" router fiber capable cost much money, but if the company was created with scalability, the purchase of equipment is not a problem. (as they will have the necessary income)

thanks for the answer...

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PS: I'll create my own ISP to not fu** much
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Its all about bandwidth. Your connection carries a bandwidth limit. Now you are connected to your local network. Then you go onto your Isps network where you will get routed onto another network so on so on till your reach your destination. so your not only connected to your Isps bandwidth. Your data goes overall several networks. That's what routers are for connecting several networks together.
Go to foundstone.com and download superscan. Then just enter the address of the server and click on ping. You will see the path the packet is traveling to its destination
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Its all about bandwidth. Your connection carries a bandwidth limit. Now you are connected to your local network. Then you go onto your Isps network where you will get routed onto another network so on so on till your reach your destination. so your not only connected to your Isps bandwidth. Your data goes overall several networks. That's what routers are for connecting several networks together.
Go to foundstone.com and download superscan. Then just enter the address of the server and click on ping. You will see the path the packet is traveling to its destination
That's a negative. "Bandwidth", bandwidth and latency are three different things.

"Bandwidth", or throughput .. is how many megabits per second you can get.
Bandwidth is the frequency of the medium you're using
Latency/ping is response times.

My connection in my apartment has HORRIBLE speed, I get about 100kbps download. Yet, I can game fine because I have excellent ping.
    
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