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dllmmo 06-28-2013 04:41 PM

Broken record...
I hate to sound like one, but apparently it's needed since there are little to no support for the game at the moment.

Rubber-banding, Server not responding zoning and the all time favorite constant booting. Are we seeing an actual server improvement any time soon? Any and all attempts so far have been small patches on an wide open wound that just bleeding out.

I think it's ridicules with those impaired servers, you find it ok to throw up an event. Super great idea. Let's load up the servers even more, despite massive amount of people need support, not more crap items for their inventory.

I'm really disappointed. Even more than usual.

grouchyotaku 06-28-2013 07:04 PM

I just got off after grinding on the Risa Event for the past few hours... And not the slightest hint of lag or rubberbanding...

If you're having problems connecting to STO, you should ask your ISP why they can't maintain a quality connection to the STO servers...

mattjohnsonva 06-28-2013 07:06 PM

In the UK here, had no issues yesterday or today, Only thing I saw was chat go down for a short time today. Sounds like your end.

dllmmo 06-29-2013 04:34 AM

Just to take your time from you.

No. It's not at my end. Did tracert and it yet again revealed problems at Cogento (or what ever it's called) and all the way up to the servers that almost timed out. It's fine from Europe up to the first Cogento server. So..

I can't believe people still sit around and moan here all day saying ''I had no issues''. Well, it's randomly hitting people. Some days it can be fine, other days, well not so fine.

Some people never get hit by this where others constantly get it. So get off and let other people come to words and be happy you aren't one of us.

dllmmo 06-29-2013 09:38 AM

Double posted...

dllmmo 06-29-2013 09:41 AM

And just to prove that my connection are fine-


Tracing route to []
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 9 ms 9 ms 10 ms
2 10 ms 10 ms 11 ms
3 34 ms 10 ms 10 ms [
4 11 ms 11 ms 11 ms []
5 10 ms 10 ms 11 ms [130.117.15
6 23 ms 15 ms 15 ms [130.1
7 36 ms 39 ms 48 ms [130.11
8 35 ms 34 ms 30 ms [154.54
9 133 ms 135 ms 120 ms [154.54
10 119 ms 120 ms 119 ms [
11 128 ms 124 ms 123 ms
12 119 ms 123 ms 122 ms

Trace complete.

*Just had to find the file*

grouchyotaku 06-29-2013 07:40 PM


Originally Posted by dllmmo (Post 11118531)
And just to prove that my connection are fine-

The only thing you've done is to show that you have acceptable latency values to the STO Servers. You haven't done anything to show that you have acceptable throughput. And both good latency and throughput values are needed to maintain a connection to the STO Servers...

Unfortunately, the Trace Route results isn't useful for detecting dropped packets on your connection as it only reports on inter-node latency. The Net Test results also isn't perfect, but at least can provide some clues if you are suffering from packet loss, as packet loss will effect your connection throughput...

dllmmo 07-02-2013 12:14 PM

For some funny reason the nettest provided are not working.
Only showing row 1 where 2 and 3 are missing.

On a private test I did to a server on the west coast showed minor package drops. Only 2-3 drops at the end.

I've at the same time asked my friend, working at my ISP, to look it over. He have been testing it and found nothing and that my connection are almost perfect. I can ask him if he got the results for me to show.

And yet again. The amount of complaints would suggest it's more than just bad user connections.

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