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the one before the loss has started is the problem. In that pic the 68xx IP is your culprit
quit talking out your ass again, your spreading misinformation
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post #12 of 19
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the one before the loss has started is the problem. In that pic the 68xx IP is your culprit
No it isn't.

If that hop was the problem the packet would of dropped before it reached the hop.
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quit talking out your ass again, your spreading misinformation
post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by Skrillex View Post
No it isn't.

If that hop was the problem the packet would of dropped before it reached the hop.
TCP is self-healing. It does this by detecting errors and recovering, which might involve re-transmitting packets after packet loss. This happens automatically, and the applications using TCP are entirely unaware that errors have occurred and been fixed. The applications cannot inform you of any such error conditions.

open a command window and type the following command:
netstat -s -p tcp

Segments Sent Segments Retransmitted
post #15 of 19
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Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
TCP is self-healing. It does this by detecting errors and recovering, which might involve re-transmitting packets after packet loss. This happens automatically, and the applications using TCP are entirely unaware that errors have occurred and been fixed. The applications cannot inform you of any such error conditions.

open a command window and type the following command:
netstat -s -p tcp

Segments Sent Segments Retransmitted

Even if it retransmits these all may be running static routes until a router has the network specified for the destination in its routing table. So that theory may not work out as the router that wasn't dropping packets was just forwarding due to no other better route.
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Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
TCP is self-healing. It does this by detecting errors and recovering, which might involve re-transmitting packets after packet loss. This happens automatically, and the applications using TCP are entirely unaware that errors have occurred and been fixed. The applications cannot inform you of any such error conditions.

open a command window and type the following command:
netstat -s -p tcp

Segments Sent Segments Retransmitted
No offense but i don't need you to inform me of TCP's operation.



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Originally Posted by herkalurk View Post
Even if it retransmits these all may be running static routes until a router has the network specified for the destination in its routing table. So that theory may not work out as the router that wasn't dropping packets was just forwarding due to no other better route.
It's also likely that the router's inside the ISP and beyond will either be running BGP or IS-IS i'm not sure whether it would be using static routes although this is up for debate.
Edited by Skrillex - 7/31/11 at 5:17am
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routing at this level should be BGP.

OCN, take a look @ someones number of posts and blatant fact that all is capable of is doing a Google search to come up with definitions and suggested fixes.

Spoony here is a tip, go get some real world experience instead of constantly plagiarizing whatever you can find on the internet, then trying to pass it off as hey I know what I'm talking about.
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post #18 of 19
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routing at this level should be BGP.

OCN, take a look @ someones number of posts and blatant fact that all is capable of is doing a Google search to come up with definitions and suggested fixes.

Spoony here is a tip, go get some real world experience instead of constantly plagiarizing whatever you can find on the internet, then trying to pass it off as hey I know what I'm talking about.
Not exactly, ISP's commonly use IS-IS for their infrastructure and BGP for cross connects in POP's and exchanges.

But yeah it's also common to find BGP within an ISP.

Agree with the comment on Spoony btw.

TCP is "self healing" what a shocking way to describe it.
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Ya'll stop it! It's not a switching from UDP to TCP or disconnect, plus my game tells me if haveing to switch to TCP, which by the way only warns you your getting discoed!
And I've never discoed since haveing the cable for bout 6 mounth's, my info isnt getting thru half the time, have ya'll never gamed? I play only one game to a designated server that never,never changes! Im a 2.5 year vet at this and when an object is point blank where all you do is pull the trigger and see your rounds go thru then he fly's away! something funny goin on!
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