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Prog-Rocker 04-15-2012 05:03 PM

when the vent ping starts increasing, (approx. 3000) goto vent setup then exit setup. do you hear all the missing conversations all at once, like it was buffered up?

also post a traceroute to your server:

start > run
cmd {hit enter}
tracert serverhostname(found in server setup)


(example: tracert frost.pure-voice.net )


Starting From Scratch

Write down your Username(s) and Server information
exit vent
goto START/RUN and enter: %appdata%

right-click on the Ventrilo folder and select "Rename"
or
right-click on ventrilo2.ini (located in the Ventrilo folder) and select “Rename”
give the file a different name

restart vent
re-enter your username and server/password information

mojik 04-16-2012 04:56 AM

nope nothing happens ! still lag...




Tracing route to voice-london.maximumvoice.com [78.129.193.11]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 43 ms 41 ms 41 ms 89.165.33.1
2 43 ms 42 ms 39 ms 10.51.48.1
3 46 ms 44 ms 47 ms 10.51.164.13
4 43 ms 43 ms 44 ms 78.38.119.222
5 43 ms 51 ms 45 ms 10.10.53.73
6 54 ms 44 ms 45 ms 10.10.53.249
7 44 ms 45 ms 52 ms 10.10.53.33
8 336 ms 330 ms 341 ms nyk-b7-link.telia.net [213.248.66.109]
9 323 ms 350 ms 333 ms nyk-b6-link.telia.net [80.91.252.53]
10 333 ms 330 ms 333 ms tinet-ic-141888-nyk-b5.c.telia.net [213.248.81.6
]
11 340 ms 335 ms 337 ms xe-4-0-1.lon11.ip4.tinet.net [89.149.187.110]
12 341 ms 337 ms 332 ms iomart-hosting-gw.ip4.tinet.net [77.67.74.102]
13 340 ms 365 ms 340 ms 593.net1.north.dc5.as20860.net [62.233.127.174]

14 342 ms 344 ms 347 ms 87.117.211.42
15 344 ms 340 ms 350 ms 78.129.193.11

Trace complete.

Prog-Rocker 04-16-2012 09:50 AM

looks good until you hit the Telia network.


can you run a speedtest again and select the Leeds-GB site as it's the closest to the vent server location. then run the PingTest to a location near the speedtest.

it's also possible that either Telia or Tinet have implemented packet shaping and have tagged vent packets for low priority.

other net apps may not exhibit problems as their connections might use a different network route.

where are you located? i will try to find a vent test server near you which might help determine where the problem is.

mojik 04-16-2012 05:45 PM

speed test for leeds-GB was kinda same as before ! but yes higher latency.... ~350 to 400 ! tried 3-4 times...

im from Iran

so it's not me or my net that makes me lag ? is it ?
if it's telia ! how can i fix that ?

Prog-Rocker 04-17-2012 07:08 AM

are you using a Proxy service to connect to the vent server? if yes, then there's not much you can do as those always introduce lag. (and not to mention what the local government might be doing with the interent)

one thing you can do is request a server admin to create a channel that uses a lower setting Speex format. the server is currently using the highest setting which uses the most bandwidth. channels can be individually configured to use a different codec/format. using a lower setting should not make a big difference in the voice quality but it will help cut down the lag, especially when other apps (like games) are also competing for bandwidth.

here's the list of speex settings:

3 0 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 0 Qlty) 424 bytes/sec
3 1 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 1 Qlty) 620 bytes/sec
3 2 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 2 Qlty) 865 bytes/sec
3 3 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 3 Qlty) 1110 bytes/sec
3 4 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 4 Qlty) 1110 bytes/sec
3 5 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 5 Qlty) 1502 bytes/sec
3 6 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 6 Qlty) 1502 bytes/sec
3 7 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 7 Qlty) 1922 bytes/sec
3 8 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 8 Qlty) 1922 bytes/sec
3 9 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 9 Qlty) 2384 bytes/sec
3 10 Speex (8 KHz, 16 bit, 10 Qlty) 3168 bytes/sec
3 11 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 0 Qlty) 620 bytes/sec
3 12 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 1 Qlty) 865 bytes/sec
3 13 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 2 Qlty) 1110 bytes/sec
3 14 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 3 Qlty) 1355 bytes/sec
3 15 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 4 Qlty) 1698 bytes/sec
3 16 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 5 Qlty) 2188 bytes/sec
3 17 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 6 Qlty) 2678 bytes/sec
3 18 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 7 Qlty) 3070 bytes/sec
3 19 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 8 Qlty) 3560 bytes/sec
3 20 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 9 Qlty) 4344 bytes/sec
3 21 Speex (16 KHz, 16 bit, 10 Qlty) 5324 bytes/sec
3 22 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 0 Qlty) 669 bytes/sec
3 23 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 1 Qlty) 1061 bytes/sec
3 24 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 2 Qlty) 1306 bytes/sec
3 25 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 3 Qlty) 1551 bytes/sec
3 26 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 4 Qlty) 1943 bytes/sec
3 27 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 5 Qlty) 2433 bytes/sec
3 28 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 6 Qlty) 2874 bytes/sec
3 29 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 7 Qlty) 3266 bytes/sec
3 30 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 8 Qlty) 3756 bytes/sec
3 31 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 9 Qlty) 4540 bytes/sec
3 32 Speex (32 KHz, 16 bit, 10 Qlty) 5520 bytes/sec

(Note: the bandwidth usage is listed in Bytes per second but bandwidth is measured in Bits per second. Multiply the numbers x8 for Bits/sec) For Ventrilo usage multiply by 10 as the server adds 2 bits for overhead usage.

mojik 04-17-2012 05:40 PM

simply fixed the prob by using a VPN ''facepalm''

thx for the help tho !

itsalex 04-03-2018 03:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mojik (Post 177821)
simply fixed the prob by using a VPN ''facepalm''

thx for the help tho !

Seriously?


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