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same ips & location but diffrent ping

Try getting Leatrix Latency Fix. At least if you measured your ping in games that could definitely make a difference like that.

Also, wouldn't it be possible to "tracert" and see where it goes wrong?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

my cousin lives next to our house and he uses the

same ips as me

thing is his ping to germany is 70 while i get at best

110

usa 210 to 140

he uses a Netgear router and i use tp-link btw how can i get a ping like his ?

Used lan and it's the same bad results


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Do you have any other connections before your house?like fiber boxes,etc? Or maybe you have a bad Lan card?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Do you have any other connections before your house?like fiber boxes,etc? Or maybe you have a bad Lan card?

well i tested both networks on my pc so im sure its not from my pc parts

iam starting to think it's from the router

is it?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Different plan would do it.

no lol

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Can be the router, maybe borrow his?


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If changing the router still doesn't help, it could be that there is added noise on your line, more so if its going over copper wiring.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

well iam in a 32 line

maybe he is in a 16 idk

thanks guys!

I cant borrow it xD

ima buy one

any suggestions


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Try getting Leatrix Latency Fix. At least if you measured your ping in games that could definitely make a difference like that.

Also, wouldn't it be possible to "tracert" and see where it goes wrong?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

im getting better ping results than him now lol

thanks anyway guys!


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