Sounds like a good offer. Do you j own if it helps with spikes?I get like 130-160 from Miami FL but I get spikes to 300+ at times in combat that can ve frustrating.
Quote from: chezicrator on February 09, 2018, 04:38:57 pmSounds like a good offer. Do you j own if it helps with spikes?I get like 130-160 from Miami FL but I get spikes to 300+ at times in combat that can ve frustrating. I'm in CL FL and I get 120 ping. Maybe 150 in pvp. Something doesn't sound right about your setup or ISP.P.S.You guys should be careful with these types of services as they can be misleading. It's the same deal with people using VPNs on indev for better ping. Those results are not accurate as they are reading from the proxy or VPN host location which is where the ping is being calculated from because that's where DF servers see the traffic coming from. However, just because it shows you have low ping while using these programs, doesn't actually mean you are truly receiving that ping. No matter how you look at it, traffic still has to go from you to DND server. Adjust routes might help but in terms of things like a VPN. VPN has to encrypt traffic which actually means it has to be un-ecrypted on the end of the tunnel. If anything it would increase delay, not decrease it.Long story short, if you are using one of these programs and your ping is low, doesn't mean you are actually receiving those numbers due to how it is calculating the origin location of the service use. It may help some people with shitty routes but other then that. You are most likely better off not using those programs.
No trail is offered to check the ping