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Standard User Trarzum
(newbie) Tue 19-Jul-11 07:52:02
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Regular Latency spikes - normal?


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Hi
I have had a problem with my connection dropping which my ISP say has been fixed, and it has, except that I still seem to be getting very regular latency spikes, this might be normal but I wanted to check!

This snapshot of the broadband quality monitor on my line shows the disconnects and then when it is fixed, the regular latency spikes. Can someone tell me if this is normal or do I still have an issue? The regularity does seem a little odd to me...

Thanks very much
Trarzum
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Tue 19-Jul-11 20:57:31
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Re: Regular Latency spikes - normal?


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That's a typical graph from the BEbox. I think the BQM triggers the anti-flood protection on the TG585.



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Standard User Trarzum
(newbie) Wed 20-Jul-11 00:36:22
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Re: Regular Latency spikes - normal?


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Thanks BatBoy, I really appreciate the answer. I shall go on my merry way without concern!
Much appreciated
Trarzum


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