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Awful speeds during certain times of day, won't stream any video

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Freshman

Re: Awful speeds during certain times of day, won't stream any video

gfh.jpgPulled a few traceroutes here, I apologize as I'm about at the limit of my 9th grade Networking Fundamentals class here, and it's been quite some years since even that occurred.

Do these results appear normal?swa.jpg

 

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Distinguished Professor I

Re: Awful speeds during certain times of day, won't stream any video

The latency looks normal for satellite internet.  

Edit: I don't know what's going on with all the timeouts, though.   This would also be something for the hero of the Internet backbone, @MarkJFine to explain...

I've tried random traceroutes from work, where we have terrestial internet, and I'm getting a lot of timeouts too. 

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Associate Professor

Re: Awful speeds during certain times of day, won't stream any video

I can tell he's on J2SDO068 in San Diego - the same as us @maratsade - also going through CenturyLink at 4.14.190.73. The delays and timeouts are coming from them.


* Disclaimer: I am a HughesNet customer and not a HughesNet employee. All of my comments are my own and do not necessarily represent HughesNet in any way.
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Distinguished Professor I

Re: Awful speeds during certain times of day, won't stream any video

Ah, that makes sense and explains why I've been seeing timeouts when running traceroutes.  Curse you, CenturyLink! 

 


@MarkJFine wrote:

I can tell he's on J2SDO068 in San Diego - the same as us @maratsade - also going through CenturyLink at 4.14.190.73. The delays and timeouts are coming from them.


 

Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Awful speeds during certain times of day, won't stream any video

Mine is J2ROS051 through Roseburg, OR.  

 

The first one for me looks horrid, with the rest being timeouts...

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This one, however, looks great, with the rest being timeouts...

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I think that second one is the best tracert I've ever seen out of all I've run.  I NEVER see a solid block like that.  


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Distinguished Professor I

Re: Awful speeds during certain times of day, won't stream any video

Maybe CL likes you. Smiley Wink

 


@GabeU wrote:

Mine is J2ROS051 through Roseburg, OR.  

 

The first one for me looks horrid, with the rest being timeouts...

 

 

This one, however, looks great, with the rest being timeouts...

 

I think that second one is the best tracert I've ever seen out of all I've run.  I NEVER see a solid block like that.  


 

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Associate Professor

Re: Awful speeds during certain times of day, won't stream any video

4.16.168.17 is indeed CenturyLink.

I should add that the severity and frequency of their timeouts seems to correlate to botnet activity, and judging from yesterday's logs that it took nearly 3 hours to go over... yesterday was the worst I've seen it in a while.


* Disclaimer: I am a HughesNet customer and not a HughesNet employee. All of my comments are my own and do not necessarily represent HughesNet in any way.