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Re: Best networks with international presence..
- From: Joe Abley
- Date: Mon Dec 18 14:51:55 2006
On 18-Dec-2006, at 12:04, Joel Jaeggli wrote:
Or the return path from that router is asymmetric, and involves a few
congested hops into space and back. Teleglobe has customers in many
parts of the world where such things are not so unusual.
Drew Weaver wrote:
I am looking for opinions of what US carriers have the best
You sure the cpu on the teleglobe router in the path isn't just
connectivity with the international players such as teleglobe, etc.
Mainly, we are trying to determine if there is any way for us to get
less latency from teleglobe's customers to our network (we
something like 1100 ms in teleglobe's london POP in traceroutes
customers to our network).
If the rtt for the whole path is 400ms but one hop in the middles
1100ms you're probably measuring the performance of the scheduler
OS the router is running not rtt to and from that router, packets
through it rather than to it likely take a different path through
Of course if the customer's rtt is 1100+ ms then sure there's probably
serious congestion on one of those links.