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Why do tracert latencies not add up to ping latency?

One might expect the sum of the tracert latencies to equal 267ms:
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1answer
44 views

Dedicating a server for latency test

I've created a server to test bandwidth from employees working remote (using speedtest.net mini), but was wondering if anyone knew of a way to setup some software in linux to test latency and possibly ...
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1answer
187 views

Hosted Network Latency

Background I have a new hosted, dedicated database server behind a dedicated firewall (Cisco ASA 5505 Sec+). The plan is to have a virtual (aka "cloud") web server or two on the other side of the ...
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1answer
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35 times increased latency between data send rate of 1 millisecond vs 100 microseconds. WHY?

Experiment hping -S --data 100 -c 100 10.56.1.2 -i u100 round-trip min/avg/max = 0.5/14.0/15.8 ms hping -S --data 100 -c 100 10.56.1.2 -i u1000 round-trip min/avg/max = 0.3/0.4/4.8 ms Observation: ...
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1answer
105 views

Best practices on lowering latency between two endpoints [duplicate]

I would like to know what tools or what kind of calculation should be made in order to find the lower latency possible between two points physically distant. For example: Ping time from Europe to ...
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1answer
130 views

Low Latency for Google compared to servers located with in my country [closed]

When i ping google.co.in its showing 11.1 ms as average ping www.google.co.in PING www.google.co.in (173.194.36.63) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from bom04s02-in-f31.1e100.net ...
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2answers
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Data obtained from ping: is it round trip or one way?

I have 2 servers, each in two separate locations. I need to host an application on one, and the database server on the other. From the app server, if I ping the database server, on average I get ...
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2answers
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Need help troubleshooting highly variable ping times

I'm at work using Citrix (think Remote Desktop) to connect to client sites. With my job I have to write a fair bit of code while I'm connected remotely via Citrix, so the latency of my internet ...
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2answers
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Is it bad that latency for our internal LAN varies greatly within the 15 - 40 ms range?

I've always thought the "typical" latency for a small office wired Ethernet network would be <5 ms. However, pinging the default gateway yields an average of 14 ms, and any host is around 30 ms. ...
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Latency, Ping and Other Questions [closed]

In a high traffic application, like an online auction system, few ms could determine 'to win or 'to lose' the 'battle'. I'm from Brazil. Here, I 'ping' local sites - like UOL - and receive replies ...
1
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1answer
637 views

What is the maximum normal latency for internal gateway switch?

I've been observing the ping latency to my server's internal gateway switch from my server machine. I noticed the ping spikes to as high as 500ms at times. Is this a possible indication that the ...
1
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1answer
281 views

ping6 overhead compared to ping overhead

I am testing IPv6 latency from a Linux box, and I noticed this weird difference between IPv4 ping and IPv6 ping: # ping -n -A -q -c 500 speedtest.steffann.nl PING speedtest.steffann.nl (10.3.10.20) ...
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2answers
810 views

Ping with long delay but short reported time

What does it mean when a ping reports a reasonable time (~10ms) but actually takes quite a long wall clock time (~15 seconds)? (Additionally, passing the -U option for "full user-to-user latency" has ...
2
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6answers
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Intermittent high ping/latency problem

I have been working with my ISP (which is a WISP, actually Fixed Broadband Wireless) trying to figure out why I intermittently get high latency. The latency is detectable in online games and other ...
1
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1answer
59 views

Measuring latency to a firewalled server

The firewall in front of this server is blocking ping requests. Is is still possible to measure latency to this system? If so, how?
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4answers
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Is asymmetric latency common in practice?

This is a follow-on to a question posted on stack overflow about whether it is possible to determine the one-way latency of a point to point connection without using externally synchronized clocks - ...