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Server Latency on SEA

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Please download WinMTR from here:
http://winmtr.net/download-winmtr/


Enter the IP Adress
37.61.202.134

And press Start.

Let it run for at least 10 minutes, then press export txt and send it to me.
I will forward it to our hoster so they can further investigate the issue.

Because they've re-implemented the backup router which was causing packet loss before.
Maybe it's still not fixed. So please send us the logs so they can see what's going on.
I've been doing it again, but everything looks really great now.
So i doubt that this is still an issue, if you're still experiencing lag it's probably on your side.
But let's make sure everything is really right by sending us the log.

Thank you.

Others are also welcome to send me the WinMTR log, simply tell me where you live so our hoster knows the distance to the server.

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SEA ?

Since when exaxtly do you experience the latency?
Is the latency permanent?

The more details the better.
Because in case this is connected to the network maintenance from our hoster, i will have to get in touch with them.

Although i don't think so that that's the case.

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31 minutes ago, Everade said:

SEA ?

Since when exaxtly do you experience the latency?
Is the latency permanent?

The more details the better.
Because in case this is connected to the network maintenance from our hoster, i will have to get in touch with them.

Although i don't think so that that's the case.

Its like we have 200+ ping, it is so lag. When i try to change character it says server still remember my presence and Its been like that multiple times. It's so hard to move around a map

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10 hours ago, Everade said:

Others are also welcome to send me the WinMTR log, simply tell me where you live so our hoster knows the distance to the server.

I didn't use WinMTR, I used the command line to test my connection to the server.

Can I post the log here?

The log only contains the following (for 92.51.171.10):

Number of Packets Sent/Received/Lost. 

Shortest Ping, Longest Ping, and Average Ping.

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a simple ping isn't enough, sry.

We require a tracelog combined with a ping, and WinMTR does just that.
This way we can actually see where the latency issues are actually happening.

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