Please don't try to teach me how to suck eggs. If you wish to give the OP more information than I have given, please don't tell me things you must know I already know. Tell the poster.
Troter is asking what the response times are like on ADSL2+ rather than wanting to use BQM on existing connection.
The OP's opening question was "Can anyone show me a Broadband Quality Monitor for a ADSL 2+ connection?"
I answered it. I added an edit, as you can see, that simply pointed out that if Troter was not aware of the thinkbroadband BQM then it would also run on their VM connection, so they could see how they liked it. However it is quite likely that they are already running it on that. Mine is of course running on FTTC but that makes no difference to the principle.
ADSL2+ latency very much depends on distance and what level of interleaving gets applied to the line. In my experience it was always pretty stable - not as low as FTTC but it was always fine for gaming - but that was on a reasonably stable line. In the end it is line dependent so how other lines perform won't potentially tell you much about your own.
Why are you telling me this. You should be telling the OP. Their post has a "Reply" button. I did not even try to answer the gaming question as I don't do internet gaming. It is of no interest to me. However I have pointed out, in my previous post, that my experience of latency is the opposite of yours.
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