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Merowinger

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#1 13 years ago

I have many ways to lower ping in moh. Noe of them really worked untill i crossed a thread that said you could typein commands in the console. Well i looked into that, and it really does work. But it also depends on your connection. I stumbled on this site, http://ucguides.savagehelp.com/Quake3/connection.html .this told me every thing how to lower my ping. here is the list. for wot ever your connection is type these commands. Enjoy! smilie.gif

LAN

** seta cl_maxpackets "125"

seta cl_packetdup "0" * seta snaps "40" seta rate "25000"

ADSL / Cable / Wireless

** seta cl_maxpackets "100"

seta cl_packetdup "1" * seta snaps "40" seta rate "25000"

ISDN Bonded

** seta cl_maxpackets "60"

seta cl_packetdup "1" * seta snaps "40" seta rate "(See Table Below)" 128000 BPS: seta rate "14000" 112000 BPS: seta rate "12250"

ISDN Single

** seta cl_maxpackets "60"

seta cl_packetdup "1" * seta snaps "40" seta rate "(See Table Below)" 64000 BPS: seta rate "7000" 56000 BPS: seta rate "6200"

56K Modem

seta cl_maxpackets "30"

seta cl_packetdup "1" * seta snaps "20" seta rate "(See Table Below)" 50000 BPS: seta rate "5500" 48000 BPS: seta rate "5200" 46000 BPS: seta rate "5000" 44000 BPS: seta rate "4800" 42000 BPS: seta rate "4500" 40000 BPS: seta rate "4300" 38000 BPS: seta rate "4100" 36000 BPS: seta rate "4000"

V34 Modem

seta cl_maxpackets "25"

seta cl_packetdup "1" * seta snaps "20" seta rate "(See Table Below)" 33600 BPS: seta rate "3500" 31200 BPS: seta rate "3300" 28000 BPS: seta rate "3000"

28.8 Modem

seta cl_maxpackets "25"

seta cl_packetdup "1" * seta snaps "10" seta rate "(See Table Below)" 28000 BPS: seta rate "3000" 26400 BPS: seta rate "2800"

Minimum Bandwidth Settings - Testing purposes or temporary settings while lag settles.

seta cl_maxpackets "15"

seta cl_packetdup "0" seta snaps "10" seta rate "(See Table Below)" 64000 BPS: seta rate "6000" 56000 BPS: seta rate "5000" 50000 BPS: seta rate "4600" 48000 BPS: seta rate "4400" 46000 BPS: seta rate "4000" 44000 BPS: seta rate "3800" 42000 BPS: seta rate "3600" 40000 BPS: seta rate "3500" 38000 BPS: seta rate "3200" 36000 BPS: seta rate "3000" 34000 BPS: seta rate "3000" 33600 BPS: seta rate "3000" 31200 BPS: seta rate "2800" 28000 BPS: seta rate "2600" 26400 BPS: seta rate "2400"




{SWA}Gen.MadHatter

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#2 13 years ago

I've been suffering from a high ping and saw your post but dont know where to start. do you tink you could help, i would appreciate it very much.




Merowinger

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#3 13 years ago

ok here the thing, first you have to find wot kind of internet you have. say i have cable. now under cable in this list type in the commands to the right of "cable." i would put "seta cl_maxpackets 100" seta cl_packetdup 1" "seta snaps 40" "seta rate 25000" you dont need to add the quotes. i used to have 170 ping average, now i have 100-120. but it all depends on your connection type these into the console




{SWA}Gen.MadHatter

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#4 13 years ago

Thanks, i conn. thru AOL so it is slow, but my ping is lower