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#351 July 17 2018

dio
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Re: Feedback for TerraNet

Hybrid wrote:

Terra Microwave in Zalka

$ ping lux.valve.net
PING lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=1 ttl=53 time=62.9 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=2 ttl=53 time=65.6 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=3 ttl=53 time=69.1 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=4 ttl=53 time=77.6 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=5 ttl=53 time=70.9 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=6 ttl=53 time=64.2 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=7 ttl=53 time=70.3 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=8 ttl=53 time=61.8 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=9 ttl=53 time=65.7 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=10 ttl=53 time=66.2 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=11 ttl=53 time=63.3 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=12 ttl=53 time=71.0 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=13 ttl=53 time=67.3 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=14 ttl=53 time=77.3 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=15 ttl=53 time=72.1 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=16 ttl=53 time=66.3 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=17 ttl=53 time=65.5 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=18 ttl=53 time=62.9 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=19 ttl=53 time=63.2 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=20 ttl=53 time=724 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=21 ttl=53 time=66.2 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=22 ttl=53 time=62.1 ms
64 bytes from fw0.lux.valve.net (146.66.152.2): icmp_seq=23 ttl=53 time=66.9 ms
^C
--- lux.valve.net ping statistics ---
23 packets transmitted, 23 received, 0% packet loss, time 22026ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 61.865/95.832/724.653/134.133 ms

Cool. Looks good except for that 724ms spike ^^. Thanks man.

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#352 July 17 2018

Adlouni
Member

Re: Feedback for TerraNet

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Unlimited Night is between 00:00 and 07:00. It is only available for the 350GB plan or higher.

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#353 December 15 2018

boudz
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Re: Feedback for TerraNet

hello i'm an old terranet user
but i'm really upset about pubg ping lately
in the morning the ping is good like 64 ms
but at night there is a big lag a lost packets ping about 300 ms
at night there are more family members that are connected to the wifi
my question is that the ping problem can it be from my telephone cables ? or from the router ? or it is from terranet itself and i need to talk to them

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#354 December 15 2018

Aly
Member

Re: Feedback for TerraNet

It could be from many factors, first it is 99% not because of your telephone cables since telephone cables are not sensitive to day and night cycle, there are several possible reasons:
1- Family members consuming the bandwidth which will cause the latency to become high (to double check this, simply when you are lagging log in to your modem, turn off the wifi only and see if the ping drops).
2- Congestion from DSP side, which means the infrastructure between your house and the ISP can be poor due to old copper wires or legacy equipment and will not handle high speed internet for the whole area you live in and therefore the connection will be poor during peak times (you can do nothing about that, you will have to wait for Ogero or whoever the DSP is to upgrade their infrastructure).
3- Congestion from ISP side, this happens when your DSP has a decent infrastructure but the ISP has a bottleneck from their end, their international links are operating at maximum capacity during peak times and cannot deliver the promised speeds for their customers, they usually cover themselves by telling the customer the speed is (up to x Mbps) and not dedicated ... you can also do nothing from your side to fix this.

In some cases you can have a combination off all above three reasons causing your high latency, your only hope is to change the ISP and hope your next one is better.

Last edited by Aly (December 15 2018)

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#355 December 16 2018

boudz
Member

Re: Feedback for TerraNet

Aly wrote:

It could be from many factors, first it is 99% not because of your telephone cables since telephone cables are not sensitive to day and night cycle, there are several possible reasons:
1- Family members consuming the bandwidth which will cause the latency to become high (to double check this, simply when you are lagging log in to your modem, turn off the wifi only and see if the ping drops).
2- Congestion from DSP side, which means the infrastructure between your house and the ISP can be poor due to old copper wires or legacy equipment and will not handle high speed internet for the whole area you live in and therefore the connection will be poor during peak times (you can do nothing about that, you will have to wait for Ogero or whoever the DSP is to upgrade their infrastructure).
3- Congestion from ISP side, this happens when your DSP has a decent infrastructure but the ISP has a bottleneck from their end, their international links are operating at maximum capacity during peak times and cannot deliver the promised speeds for their customers, they usually cover themselves by telling the customer the speed is (up to x Mbps) and not dedicated ... you can also do nothing from your side to fix this.

In some cases you can have a combination off all above three reasons causing your high latency, your only hope is to change the ISP and hope your next one is better.

big thanks for this informative reply
i will try to call them or changing the cable because it was cut in the end and i connected it
if there is no solution i will change to local distributor
the coffe where i go to have 4 mbps and the ping rarely drop how much the connected clients are

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#356 June 1

Elitism Guru
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Re: Feedback for TerraNet

Hello,
Any idea how much the FUP is on the microwave? Are you satisfied with it? I'm switching from ADSL as Ogero is refusing to fix their ATM/DSLAM. I really need this for my work, and 4G is not affordable and realistic for my job.
Thanks in advance.

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#357 June 1

Elitism Guru
Member

Re: Feedback for TerraNet

Hybrid wrote:
dio wrote:

Anyone have any feedback regarding TerraNet's residential Microwave? I was offered 12mb down, 12 up, with unlimited quota for $180 a month. Just curious about the ping to EU. Would appreciate any feedback on this.

Gimme a url/ip and i'll test it.

Their is FUP on the microwave afaik, so it's not really unlimited.

Do you have the dedicated IP plan?
Thanks

Edit: Those ping times are exactly the same on my current ADSL connection from Aley.

Last edited by Elitism Guru (June 1)

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