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11 to 20% packet loss


Morfi717
04-11-2010, 21:13
Have I read it correctly?

Work will be fininshed at 5th December? (5/12)?

So I will have shuterring on Voice Server for 1 month every evening?

I hope it's missunderstanding.

Andy
04-11-2010, 12:12
status.ovh.co.uk would be better given that one is in English

yonatan
03-11-2010, 22:22
always look at status.ovh.net
i look there twice a day

Morfi717
03-11-2010, 21:24
Quote Originally Posted by yonatan
yes first of all check the local network card.

there is a network job and a fiber cut btw :
http://status.ovh.net/?do=details&id=738
http://status.ovh.net/?do=details&id=741
Ah so it's maintenance.
Well my bad then.

Of course I understand the deal now :-)

yonatan
03-11-2010, 21:23
Quote Originally Posted by Morfi717
So it has nothing to do with Orange/Red arrows at http://weathermap.ovh.net?

mmk, I will have to contact my sysop then.
yes first of all check the local network card.

there is a network job and a fiber cut btw :
http://status.ovh.net/?do=details&id=738
http://status.ovh.net/?do=details&id=741

Morfi717
03-11-2010, 21:19
So it has nothing to do with Orange/Red arrows at http://weathermap.ovh.net?

mmk, I will have to contact my sysop then.

yonatan
03-11-2010, 21:17
Quote Originally Posted by Morfi717
It's VPS of MG AMD
if its a VPS, lets run a wild guess -
replace the network card model driver to something else.
try to sync it at 100mbps, or even 10mbps for testing.

In general this is normally a driver issue when it comes to VPS and network issues.

Morfi717
03-11-2010, 21:12
Quote Originally Posted by yonatan
Does the chat get cut off?
which server model do you have?
It's VPS of MG AMD

Yes, voice is shuttering(not delaying) all the time, we are unable to hear each other, so as well as all TeamSpeak users.

yonatan
03-11-2010, 21:07
Quote Originally Posted by Morfi717
dude, it's not normal right?

Everyone is shuttering as hell! How would you explain morning/afternoon NON packet loss and huge loss at evening? That it does not give priority from CET 7pm and start again at 5am ?


edit: I have this voice server since years and its ABNORMAL behaviour. Don't try, please, to convince me that everything is fine.
Does the chat get cut off?
which server model do you have?

Morfi717
03-11-2010, 21:04
dude, it's not normal right?

Everyone is shuttering as hell! How would you explain morning/afternoon NON packet loss and huge loss at evening? That it does not give priority from CET 7pm and start again at 5am ?


edit: I have this voice server since years and its ABNORMAL behaviour. Don't try, please, to convince me that everything is fine.

yonatan
03-11-2010, 21:00
its normal to lose ICMP packets when you mtr on the OVH network.

here is an internal MTR from a server within OVH to the main webpage.

Code:
                                                                   My traceroute  [v0.73]
nsXXXXX.ovh.net (0.0.0.0)                                                                                                           Wed Nov  3 21:59:19 2010
Keys:  Help   Display mode   Restart statistics   Order of fields   quit
                                                                                                                    Packets               Pings
 Host                                        Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
 1. vss-1-6k.fr.eu                26.7%    15    0.4   2.9   0.4  14.2   4.5
 2. gsw-2-6k.fr.eu               0.0%    15    3.8   4.5   3.7  14.6   2.8
 3. p19-2-6k.fr.eu                0.0%    15    4.3  16.6   4.1 139.8  35.6
 4. p19-55-6k.fr.eu              30.8%    14    4.1   4.2   4.1   4.4   0.1
 5. www.ovh.com                0.0%    14    4.1   4.2   4.1   4.3   0.0
routers at OVH dont give ICMP packets a priority when dealing with traffic.

TeamSpeak is not a proper tool to check network status with, its a voip application.

major question - Does this affect your teamspeak chat?

Morfi717
03-11-2010, 20:19
Even by WinMTR or TeamSpeak has built in packet loss checker.

It counters in and out loss. Let me posts some images with results.

https://ring0.cc/projects/1.png
https://ring0.cc/projects/2.png
https://ring0.cc/projects/3.png

1st is Netherlands IP
2nd is Polish IP
3rd is Romanian IP

See in all 3 cases it's tragedy

Only "in" packet's are getting lost, also it's not TS problem since at afternoon and morning today it was ok (max 0,5% loss)

yonatan
03-11-2010, 20:15
how exactly are you checking this?

Morfi717
03-11-2010, 20:08
Again same situation.

Today even worse.

Maybe anyone would take a look at this?

Thanks!

Morfi717
03-11-2010, 12:50
Hi, yes it was general (on entire server).

Now it's too late a bit.. packet loss is back to normal (0,4%). However take not of it until next evening?


Cheers

Myatu
03-11-2010, 11:36
Is this a general observation?

Morfi717
02-11-2010, 21:30
In Frankfurt

watafak!?!?!