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Slow speed and Latency

GabeU
Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Slow speed and Latency

@LGriffin 

 

Is that first link the results?  What file format is it, as I can't open it with anything I have.  Is it text (it's only 5.9KB)?   


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LGriffin
Sophomore

Re: Slow speed and Latency

Darn it is in Libre Office Writer I didn't even think that you wouldn't be able to open it. I can open Word files. I'll fix it in the Morn I seem to have lost the file, I tried to save it as a Word file and it disappeared.
GabeU
Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Slow speed and Latency

@LGriffin 

 

Ah, Libre.  I actually have it, but I hadn't tried using it  The file itself just says "file" for the type, so I thought maybe it was something I didn't have, though I completely forgot about Libre and it wasn't showing up in my options.  But, it opened just fine using it.  

 

With that said, overall it looks pretty good.  A couple of higher ones, but most of them fit within the expected range.  It took me a couple second to remember what you said about the pauses when I saw those 10,000+ results.  My jaw dropped.  Smiley Tongue  

 

I'm not really sure what to make of the dead hops and where they are in the results, but Mark may.  Dead hops do often appear in trace routes, though, so it may be normal.  Whenever I run a trace route there is nearly always one or two.


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MarkJFine
Associate Professor

Re: Slow speed and Latency

Interesting... Your gateway's provider is Suddenlink (173.219.233.206), which appears to be randomly inserting a 1 second delay... which is not really terrible.

 

What troubles me is when you open up the wait time to 15 seconds, you have a consistent 10 second delay added between your terminal the satellite, which might indicate some kind of handshaking protocol issue. It's always the second number, not the initial one though... and that's weird.

 

Are you on Linux natively or running through a VM?


* 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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LGriffin
Sophomore

Re: Slow speed and Latency

Mark, I'm running Linux/Ubuntu 19.10 native. The gateway is in Ashburn, VA, that doesn't seem efficient, I would think there is plenty of chances for 1 second to slip in. Satellite handshaking protocol that's not the modem but the OS, I've always thought the new versions of Ubuntu 13+ were a little quirky nothing I every put my finger on. Gabe, if everything looks normal, IMO that's an aw shucks, but what do I know. I'll mark this solved. Thanks for the effort, Larry
MarkJFine
Associate Professor

Re: Slow speed and Latency

There's no gateway (ground station) in Ashburn. They're all west of the Mississippi.

What's the IPGW ID when you go here?


* 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.
LGriffin
Sophomore

Re: Slow speed and Latency

What's the IPGW ID: AMA19HNSIGW0102 Forgot to mention I'm in Oakdale, CA just about the middle of California.
MarkJFine
Associate Professor

Re: Slow speed and Latency

AMA is Amarillo, TX, which kind of makes sense. Suddenlink is based in Tyler.

 

So, if you're in Oakdale (Modesto), your round trip distance to Satellite, Amarillo is twice 48,766mi. So, minimum possible overall lag is 522.65mS not including processing time.


* 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.
LGriffin
Sophomore

Re: Slow speed and Latency

IIRC that is about right for a stationary orbit.