wow latency
#1
hi, is there any routing changes happen recently?

i usually always using sg 3/7 to connect to wow and getting 105-120ms but now it's 160-2xx

i did a tracert without any tunneling and even my isp routing to wow server has change

before: malaysia->sg->aus

now:malaysia->sg->hk->aus


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#2
The Singapore / Malaysia networks are routing differently right now, most via Hong Kong and Japan to Australia.

I have not been given any information yet, except they are already looking into the issue.
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#3
any updates regarding this ?
or should we use another gate for the time being ?
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#4
(09-04-2018, 08:19 AM)Tech Wrote: The Singapore / Malaysia networks are routing differently right now, most via Hong Kong and Japan to Australia.

I have not been given any information yet, except they are already looking into the issue.

Thank you for the reply

So i guess this is not my ISP issue afterall

Hope they fix this issue ASAP

raid gonna start soon

UPDATE: http://status.vocus.com.au/view-incident...dentID=448

SMW3 cable broken. 4 weeks to repair. RIP

I swear that this SMW3 undersea cable always broke
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#5
Have to wait to see when they will post an Estimate ETA

Thankfully the new ASC is no far off launching: https://australiasingaporecable.com
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#6
(09-04-2018, 11:13 PM)Tech Wrote: Have to wait to see when they will post an Estimate ETA

Thankfully the new ASC is no far off launching: https://australiasingaporecable.com

oh so all Malaysian/SG ISP will use this new cable?

Who actually dictates which cable to use anyway?

I hope my ISP will use this newer cable

EDITED: oh wow they claim will get 30% less latency. we'll see!
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#7
I don't know if or which ISP will use the cable.

Basically if the ISP decides to buy transit from the Transit provider then they can use the what they paid for on the cable.

I don't think there would be a 30% reduction over the SMW-3, but 30% lower than say routing via Hong Kong / Japan.
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#8
new update from Vocus

Please be advised that Whilst SMW3 remains down, Vocus has completed an emergency change and begun routing traffic across ASC, connecting Australia and Singapore. This change ahead of the previously communicated ASC RFS date of the 14th of September has been made so as to immediately restore performance on our customer’s Australia to Asia traffic. These immediate performance improvements will be further bolstered once final preparations are completed to operationalise ASC for formal RFS on the 14th of September.
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#9
Just to update, the Singapore 2,6,7 and Malaysia 1 servers have already been using the new Cable.

The SMW-3 cable is expected to be fixed within the next 7 days.
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