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i have no clue on how to make out on what that says
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
The official specifications for 802.11n will not be completed until Nov. 2008 (at earliest). Therefore, manufacturers are currently just anticipating the specs and designing their units around that. In most cases, a firmware update will be provide to allow full 802.11n. However, that is not guaranteed. You should also buy routers and adapters from the same company.


Not always true.

60ms ping is still a bit high?
I think there is a misunderstanding. My ping was at ~150 it's now at ~90
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post #23 of 41
hop 1 > you to router, 2MS (average of the 3)
hop 2 > router to ISP, 10MS
Hop 3 > boncing around in the ISP
Hop 4> more bouncing
hop 5) more boncing.

you get it now right?? You can take and GOOGLE the IP's listed to find out exactly who they belond to, but thre's on part you want to focus on. Step 10. 209.85.252.164 average of 70+ping.... that's bad. This is where you're getting stuck. Goggle the IP itself and you should get the "whois" listing for the IP. If it's part of your ISP's network, you can call them up and gripe, but if not, it's "part of the internet" and you're stuck.
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When i google it....i get this
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post #25 of 41
Sorry, Should've told you to google whois. From there you can search IPs.

http://tools.whois.net/index.php?fus...oisbyipresults

there's the results. The IP that you're getting a slow response from is google. Google is not slow, so this tells me the problem is actally the hop right before the hop to google (hop 9). Now go google whois, and search hop 9. post a link and i'll help you figure out what it is .

((Making you do it so you'll learn some of what i'm helping you with ))
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Sorry, I've actually steered you slightly wrong ( i haven't read tracerts in a while )

Code:
hop 7> 36ms 63ms 52ms ae0-0.pr0.chi10.tbone.rr.com ip: 66.109.6.153
Look at the name of the hop "ae0-0.pr0.chi10.tbone.rr.com". using it's name we can determine what it is.

Bone: It's part of a backbone network
RR: It belonds to road runner

2\\3 pings there are 50+ and you've JUST NOW gotten off RR's network and onto the actual internet. Now add in another 40MS to get to a gaming server, and it's clear why you'd have 90+ms pings. The problem is on RR's end. You need to call them and ask about why their network is running slow, or change providers.
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ok ill do hop 9
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post #28 of 41
If this still doesn't make sense maybe another member can help put this into laymans terms??? I'm not so good at taking the tech i know and simplifying it.
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okay when i call them...prolly in about a few mins ....what should i say? so they dont try to take advantage of me
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post #30 of 41
Explain to them that you're having issues with a poor ping. Tell them you've done several speed test and several trace routers and your always have poor response times from the backbone servers. The rep you talk to on the phone will have NO CLUE what you're talking about, but hopefully they'll get you to tech 2, or open a trouble ticket with the real IT department.
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