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So I was trying to play World of Warships today, but I started experiencing some horrific levels of lag that made the game uplayable, infact there was so much lag that you need to see it for yourselves with this replay right here: 

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Note: Before you ask, yes, I did reset my internet router, but I had no success in doing so.

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Do you have some large metal item between you and the router?

 

Nope, but it is extremely hot outside, which is why I was playing today.

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Do you have some large metal item between you and the router?

 

Like a cable?

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If you keep getting lag, try using WGcheck tool and pingplotter

http://forum.worldofwarships.com/index.php?/topic/125811-wg-check-tool/

 

WGcheck has a traceroute tool to see where you are lagging to the preset server list.

pingplotter can do the same thing, except you can specify the servers.

WG's specific game servers are listed here: http://wiki.wargaming.net/en/Servers

 

oh, and send in a ticket to support if the problem persists.

They are highly helpful with these kinds of things, unless the problem is at your ISP.

If the problem is your ISP, you have to contact your ISP.

Who knows, a squirrel could have chewed through your outdoor cord or something. (true story)

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If you keep getting lag, try using WGcheck tool and pingplotter

http://forum.worldofwarships.com/index.php?/topic/125811-wg-check-tool/

 

WGcheck has a traceroute tool to see where you are lagging to the preset server list.

pingplotter can do the same thing, except you can specify the servers.

WG's specific game servers are listed here: http://wiki.wargaming.net/en/Servers

 

It's only for today, so it'll probably go away at some point.

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Big time storms in the US today - there are a LOT of devices between you and the server and any of them can cause a problem and resetting the .router will do nothing to help.

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Big time storms in the US today - there are a LOT of devices between you and the server and any of them can cause a problem and resetting the .router will do nothing to help.

 

I see, but has anyone actually seen the replay already?

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I see, but has anyone actually seen the replay already?

 

Why?  No one can determine the problem from a replay.  You need to start the investigation.  I have no doubt you experienced lag - I have from time to time but watching the replay can't tell you or me anything other than.... you experienced lag..

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Why?  No one can determine the problem from a replay.  You need to start the investigation.  I have no doubt you experienced lag - I have from time to time but watching the replay can't tell you or me anything other than.... you experienced lag..

 

Just to see how bad it actually is, and I'm not trying to fix it as of yet, I'm waiting till tomorrow when the storm arrives.

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If you keep getting lag, try using WGcheck tool and pingplotter

http://forum.worldofwarships.com/index.php?/topic/125811-wg-check-tool/

 

WGcheck has a traceroute tool to see where you are lagging to the preset server list.

pingplotter can do the same thing, except you can specify the servers.

WG's specific game servers are listed here: http://wiki.wargaming.net/en/Servers

 

oh, and send in a ticket to support if the problem persists.

They are highly helpful with these kinds of things, unless the problem is at your ISP.

If the problem is your ISP, you have to contact your ISP.

Who knows, a squirrel could have chewed through your outdoor cord or something. (true story)

 

I used this to check 2 servers that they give you the option of checking. They list 12 different IP addresses on the left. For IP Address #4 and #5, it says "no response" and there is a 100% packet loss there. wth?

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When it happens to me, I know it's my crappy Alaska AT&T MyFy. It does it at certain times of the day, too. Usually resetting everything fixes it.

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i have been having lag problems today. It is not my internet connection. I think when there is more than 10,000 players online it happens. I switched to co-op play and it was not as bad.

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I used this to check 2 servers that they give you the option of checking. They list 12 different IP addresses on the left. For IP Address #4 and #5, it says "no response" and there is a 100% packet loss there. wth?

 

I'm not sure of the technical term, but that's normal.

Not all hops give back responses.

 

What matters is you can reach the target address without incurring packet loss and major lag along the hops that do give back responses.

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