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who is your cable internet provider?
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what page?
google search leatrix latency fix it should be on wow interface
Leatrix Latency Fix will reduce your online gaming latency significantly by increasing the frequency of TCP acknowledgements sent to the game server. For the technically minded, this is a script which will modify TCPAckFrequency.

You will see reduced latency in many online games

System Requirements

Leatrix Latency Fix is supported on these operating systems only.
Windows XP (SP2 or higher)
Windows Vista (SP1 or higher)
Windows 7
Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows are supported.
Macintosh users should read the relevant section in the FAQ below.
Online games generally use the TCP protocol which requires that network segments sent to your computer be acknowledged in order to provide a reliable connection.

Windows bundles these acknowledgements together and sends them in pairs. While this is an efficient way of dealing with them generally, the inevitable delays caused by the bundling process increase latency considerably.

This is because when Windows queues up an acknowledgement in order to bundle it with the following one, the game server has to wait for the acknowledgement timer to expire before sending new data.

Leatrix Latency Fix removes the acknowledgement bundling process so that an acknowledgement is sent immediately for every segment that's received. This produces a significant reduction in latency as there is no longer a delay before new data is sent to your computer.

In a normal networking environment, you would prioritise network efficiency over latency and use the Windows defaults, but in online games the opposite is true and you want the lowest latency you can possibly get.
i did i hit download and 5 seconds later the page says server cannot be found
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*cough cough* Im lagging like mad XD
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who is your cable internet provider?
Pioneer wireless
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post #25 of 32
It looks like the jitter
on you're line which is making it lag

any way you could get the connection to resync at a lower speed?

as that speed looks to much for you're line due to error court though you would not notice it in normal browsingdownloading just gaming.

Also to point out

Cable (assuming its coax/fibre) is VDSL1 or 2 so it is still a dsl service and acts the same way when you have a bad line faik.

what kind of package are you on?
Edited by kylzer - 3/29/11 at 11:08am
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It looks like the jitter
on you're line which is making it lag

any way you could get the connection to resync at a lower speed?

as that speed looks to much for you're line due to error court though you would not notice it in normal browsingdownloading just gaming.

Also to point out

Cable (assuming its coax/fibre) is VDSL1 or 2 so it is still a dsl service and acts the same way when you have a bad line faik.

what kind of package are you on?
it only lags in halo now i called and complained so they switched me to a different router at the HQ.
downloads don't have problems and just web browsing s fine.
im paying 36.95 a month for 8Mbps down and 1Mbps up the only other service they provide is 768K down and 0.02Kbps up and that's unacceptable for me i use netflix all the time.
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Alright lets first explain a couple of things so you understand, jitter is caused by line noise. Normally interference to the line or faulty hardware.

Next you have is your ping, which helps determine latency. This is caused by multiple factors, distance being the primary cause.

You have your location in Houlton, Maine and your running a ping test to a server in Tucson, AZ. which is 3000 miles away. A ping of 122ms is expected. You can't compare your ping to boom50cal's ping which is 300 miles away.

Pingtest.net should be removed from the internet, or OCN should get a true understanding of what PING is used for, and understand how it works.

Now lets determine what your latency truely is. First open command prompt, click start-> run -> cmd (hit enter)
ipconfig /all
find what your default gateway is
ping -t (your default gateway) which is normally your ISP's router if you have a router at home it will ping your router. If this is the case ping your ISP's DNS server which is typically on the same subnet as their router.
I would expect a 10-15ms or lower (depending on the time of day)

Your on CABLE now not ADSL (which is used in the U.S.A), which means your service is no longer dedicated and is shared with others throughout your neighborhood.

Saturation of the line can increase your latency to your ISP's router.

Now the one thing that pingtest.net did show was the jitter along with the ping, well the ping is what I would expect for going 3000 miles along with all the hops it took to reach that server, plus everyone else in your neighborhood that is using their internet too. Jitter on the other hand is high. This tells me the problem is not on your end and is a problem with the ISP. Their DEMARC is the modem. Once you have verified you have low latency to their router, have them test the line for "line noise" and request them to fix the issue, if they can.
Your next option is changed ISP if they will not fix the issue.
Edited by bratas - 3/31/11 at 10:13am
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I'd call them out to check the line from the main wires to your house, if they over tighten while screwing on the wires outside, it can cause all kind fo crap.
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Nice photoshop, just typo "Neptune"
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