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For questions about network latency. For instance: the propagation of your network traffic, where the transmission medium can be defect or the processing of packets by a network device has slowed down.

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I would verify where the latency is occurring. Use a tool such as MTR which checks the latency at each hop. MTR combines ping statistics for each hop with a trace route, and can greatly help narrow … down this type of problem. On a linux box the command would be mtr 8.8.8.8, there is also a windows version of this tool. The output will show you where the latency starts. If it is on the ISP …
answered May 22 '13 by Brett Lykins