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Geox

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#1 11 years ago

I'm getting huge packet loss in any server i join and play in. This happens even more when TS (teamspeak is open) i changed a lot the options giving the program less bandwidth in U/L and D/L but it didn't get much better, I close ts and i get a 44/2 kdr :D is there anyway to get thing better? I have a 10Mbps connection. Thnx




cdogmn

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#2 11 years ago

are you connected to a router?? if yes, thats ya problem,tweak it




Dark Saint

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#3 11 years ago
Geox;3532282I'm getting huge packet loss in any server i join and play in. I have a 10Mbps connection. Thnx[/quote] [quote=cdogmn;3532493]are you connected to a router?? if yes, thats ya problem,tweak it

You don't have that connection right now then. If you have packet loss, it may not be just your HOME router. This can result from ANY hop along the way to the server you are connecting to. When you try to connect, you don't just end up at the server, you go through several Routing hops and then get to the servers. These routing hops along the way could be having an issue which means, you can be out of luck if it is a router that isn't owned by your isp.

You need to traceroute your connection to a server and see if the routers are active, and losing packets. You can then determine what is going on with what router and who you have to call.




Geox

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#4 11 years ago

So your telling me that it can't be Teamspeak?




Dark Saint

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#5 11 years ago

I am telling you that according to the information you have given: "i have packet loss, and i have it even more when i open teamspeak" If you have packet loss PRIOR to opening teamspeak, it isn't teamspeak. It has nothing to do with programs you open, but has everything to do with your internet provider and the route you take to get to the servers.

You can use ventrillo or any other program and you will have packet loss.




Geox

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#6 11 years ago
~Merrick;3532553 You need to traceroute your connection to a server and see if the routers are active, and losing packets. You can then determine what is going on with what router and who you have to call.

Hi again! And how do I do that? :)