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Frustrated abt LAG~!! :(

Discussion in 'Diablo 2 Patch Bug Reports & Suggestions' started by xxraiderxx, Apr 9, 2005.

  1. xxraiderxx

    xxraiderxx IncGamers Member

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    Frustrated abt LAG~!! :(

    Well I dont know if it's just me or otherwise but bnet seems to be lagging pretty bad for me lately this weekend... By bad i mean real 'BAD'. Is there someway to make it better/faster? I have lost items and XP due to very bad lag :( Could some of you out there tell me if u're experiencing the same lag spike or isit just limited to my ranting?

    No Cheers
     
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    im on europe realm no lags .... maybe 'coz i wasnt on line :lol:
    but my brother was no lags

    regs
     
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    Dang.. Sadly im on US East where I lag like a mofo lolz.. Never had this problem b4 tho.. Oh well ^_*
     
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    Post a traceroute to useast.battle.net. It's a good way to pinpoint the source of the lag.

    Or, pick up a program called PingPlotter to get a graphical representation of the route over time. It's a shareware program, free to use for 30 days.
     
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    Hmmm... how do i post a traceroute oscuro.. i dont know how (feeling stupid)
     
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    If you're on a windows box:
    Start -> run -> cmd
    Then type "tracert useast.battle.net" (no quotes) at the prompt

    Sometimes, this doesn't return much useful information (a bunch of timed out requests due to nodes discarding the trace packets sent). I find that PingPlotter usually does a better job, but it's something which needs to be downloaded and installed.
     

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