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You should just delete your post. That looks silly. It was a good chuckle tho. I give you points for humor.. OR maybe it WAS humor?? Mackey, "when you attempt to link, the server downloads a copy of the image and attaches it as if you had uploaded it" this depends on the size of the image If say I img src a 1x1 pixel image.. Gimme a few BUT it needs to stay private of course.. Yeah it's a standard x86 based only running a a lousy 1.

Atom Z 1. I need some good ideas. I have a Freebsd server and a Win 7 machine. What is the best way to set up a test between these 2 devices to check the latency and jitter. We can run anything we want to between these 2. Because of the nifty stats and charts I want to use Pingplotter and set the target as the Freebsd server. We want real life use and maybe some test suite or test tool to check everything? Perhaps we're all getting ahead of ourselves here by declaring it to be some sort of systemic defect that cannot be cured.

If I'm reading Datalink correctly, they were able to resolve the issues for ICMPv4 by making a change in the firmware to move packet processing down to the hardware accelerator. Having said that, the ISP's and CableLabs really need to turn up the heat on them to get it figured out. No guarantees at this point, just wishful thinking on my part.

This isn't a trivial task, and it appears that Intel has development work to do in order for this to happen at all. So, as I said above, even if this starts rolling at other modem manufacturers, everyone will have to be patient for this to be accomplished. Why even bother with all of this work when you can jump to 3. That will be interesting to see. I think im doing a UDP test I think I dont understand this myself.. Pingplotter does a "classic UDP traceroute" I can do this to my server.. While its going thru routers and stuff currently I have seen something very interesting..

Well actually disturbing.. This is bad right? The packet loss seems disturbing? It goes with the spikes? So does this mean that not only are gamer keystrokes delayed, they might get lost if they are UDP? So from my virgin Win 7 machine described previously im going thru a switch, then connected to the modem. I also have a router connected to the switch. My computer has a external IP and my router has a external IP.

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I looked at the data stream and its all UDP. Ive redacted my IPs. I realize this test setup is messy. But it seems to show what we have already been seeing.

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The does not do this at all. Its a flat line doing the same setup. I cant right? I would want to see a packet capture before coming to any conclusion about that graph. Unless you have a UDP echo server or similar listening to that port, if you get any response at all it'll most likely be an ICMP connection-refused. I've been meaning to graph some of my runs but just haven't yet had the time to do that. I shall explore But not tonight. Gotta get at least SOME sleep. There must be some networking suite of tools. A serious program? Some industry standard to test a connection that you can run on both ends?

With two Windows pc's you could use PsPing on both, one pc set to run as a server and one set to run as a client. Just have to specify the right address and port.


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Sounds similar to an Iperf test. Thats on my list of things to try as I can run two separate IPs from my modem. The end result should be UDP in both directions.

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I was also seeing extended DNS lookups lately. Thinking it was DNS server overload I changed that network wide and still saw latency. No other change that that and web pages are loading faster And as a side note it seems that the runs cooler to boot. But no pretty graphs. Well not easily. I would like to put any ambiguity to rest. If we have both ends we should be able to do this. I will give this a whirl in the day ahead. So there may be pauses..

Good confirmation Thank you for posting.. Its just a matter of collecting the data and massaging it to graph it with Excel. Its actually better with Excel since Excel doesn't average the data as you zoom out in terms of the display timeframe, as does Pingplotter.

Moving out beyond an hour with Pingplotter results in averaged data being displayed, so you lose the max times as you zoom out. That results in a totally different picture, far from what you really need to see in this case. Very aggravating to say the least.


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