Latency problem
#1
I am playing from the Philippines and presently get better in-game pings without battleping to Elder Scrolls Online. A few months ago my normal pings to some West Coast servers was 142 and in-game was 210-220. The best I now get is 162 to WC servers and in-game is between 250 and 270ms. Without BP I now get 230-250ms This problem originally started 2-3 months ago and then settled to 145-146 on WC 7 a couple of weeks ago, but now has returned to the 162-165 range. I attached my IP config data. My public IP address is 120.29.100.105.


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#2
Hi, is your IP address changing when you turn off your modem for a minute?
Are you seeing different ping on different IP range?
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#3
(06-20-2019, 01:48 AM)Tech Wrote: Hi, is your IP address changing when you turn off your modem for a minute?
Are you seeing different ping on different IP range?

I am on a fiber optic network and never turn off my modem. The only time my modem has been off was when I experienced a 4 hour power outage and it did not effect my latency at that time. I reset my modem, turning it off for 15 minutes, and it has no effect. Right now I have the following pings to WC LA servers: 1=179; 2=162; 4.1=167; 5=179; 7=165; 10=161. Servers 2, 7 and 10 used to consistently give me pings in the 142-145 range. The San Jose server pings, which were historically higher than LA, are: 8=165; 9=160; 11=193. Seattle 1=181; 2=218: 3= 202.

I shut down BP with 144ms pings and the next day the pings were 160 +, my modem had remained on the whole time.
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(06-20-2019, 11:30 AM)scamp391 Wrote:
(06-20-2019, 01:48 AM)Tech Wrote: Hi, is your IP address changing when you turn off your modem for a minute?
Are you seeing different ping on different IP range?

I am on a fiber optic network and never turn off my modem. The only time my modem has been off was when I experienced a 4 hour power outage and it did not effect my latency at that time. I reset my modem, turning it off for 15 minutes, and it has no effect. Right now I have the following pings to WC LA servers: 1=179; 2=162; 4.1=167; 5=179; 7=165; 10=161. Servers 2, 7 and 10 used to consistently give me pings in the 142-145 range. The San Jose server pings, which were historically higher than LA, are: 8=165; 9=160; 11=193. Seattle 1=181; 2=218: 3= 202.

I shut down BP with 144ms pings and the next day the pings were 160 +, my modem had remained on the whole time.

I continue to have problems with BP latency. I try BP at different times to see if it helps or continues to be higher than with no BP. My new problem with testing is the only latency below 180ms is West Coast 10, it is at 155ms. Unfortunately when I try to log in using WC 10 my game crashes at ESO log in screen. This is the only server that this happens on, I have tested it on all other WC servers and log into the game just fine, but the latency on all others is higher than without BP.
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#5
Hi, You should now be able to connect to ESO with West coast 10.
You could check your ping one of the Texas servers if it is good also.
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#6
(08-03-2019, 06:56 PM)Tech Wrote: Hi, You should now be able to connect to ESO with West coast 10.
You could check your ping one of the Texas servers if it is good also.
Thanks, it works. I tried Texas before, but will retry.
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