1sec-3sec. hindi naman fps drop sir. kase ok naman specs ng pc ko. naka on rin yung "show network data" sa dota 2 para nakikita ko kung saan pumapalya, sa ping talaga. 40 normal ping nagiging 1k in few sec then babalik sa 40
proc : intel pentium g4560
mobo : gigabyte b250 kabylake
ram : kingston hyper fury X 4gb
gpu : gtx 1050ti 4gb 128bit
psu : corsair 450w
im think pwede ko naman itanong sa sky kung ok yung router namin. pero i think ok yung net kase pag 3am nakakalaro naman ako ng smooth
-- edited by zachki on Feb 20 2017, 12:01 AM
Gaano katagal Sir yun 1K na ping? Gaano rin kadalas kung sa loob ng 30 minuto?
Router ninyo? Yun bigay nila? Smooth na may 1K ping spike na 1-3s?
around 1-3sec. siguro mga 3 times sir randomly. "ito yung pag madaling araw na walang taong gumagamit ng wifi"
yung plan pala namin sir is 50mbps from sky
We all know that it's hard to play with unstable ping.
Na try nyo na po bang naka connect yung gaming PC nyo directly via Lan sa Sky Router? May latency spike parin ba po? (Lan Gaming)
Need to isolate first kung san talaga nang gagaling yung ping problem.
If Merong latency spike via LAN= Have it fix by sky first.
If Walang latency spike via LAN= Go with their suggestions for better wifi connectivity.
you're right sir, ill try tomorow connect ko saglit tas ipping test ko so i can see kung alin talaga nag ccause ng spikes. thanks sir
sir, diba mas maganda ang 11n kesa 11ac? or is it the other way around?
The other way around: 11ac
when comparing 2T2R,
866.7 Mbps ang link speed ng 802.11ac (80MHz channel width) vs 300 Mbps link speed (40MHz channel width).
how to fix po ung mga pics not showing on webpages? like ung mga posted pic po dito sa tipid pc e hindi ko ma view, instead na pic e maliit na thumbnail na icon lang po. Kadalasan e i have to refresh the page para mag load ung image..
Sir ask ko lang po itong G41 ko, isa sya sa mga diskless client ko. Almost a month ko sya di nagamit kasi sira GPU. Nung makuha ko na from warranty yung GPU ko, tetesting ko na sana kaso biglang ayaw na magboot. Napansin ko ayaw na umilaw ng lan card sa likod.
Nung una, nadetect pa nya IP nung server, pero hindi tumuloy. Nung patayin ko at try to boot ulit... Ang error na nya is No OS Found.
Tanong ko is, sira na kaya itong lancard ng mobo?
bakit mga cheap routers usually nagloloko na or di makatanggap ng bagong connection pag marami ng users
usually around 12-15 pa lang nakaconnect ayaw ng pumasok , kahit max is 100 sa DHCP
dahil ba weak yung processor at ram nila ? pag bumili ng mahal mas kakayanin kaya ng marami ?
example itong Tplink ko papalitan ko ng Linksys...
TPLink TL WR740N
AR9331-AL3A 400Mhz CPU
ESMT 32MB RAM
Spansion FL032PIF 32Mbit (4Mb) Flash
CPU Broadcom BCM4708A0 Dual core 800mhz
RAM 128 MB (Hynix H5PS1G63JFR-S6C)
Flash 128 MB
in wireless, the reason why you can only connect for about (most of the time 7-15 users per AP upto 30 users if the router is dual band, on a consumer based router) is the bandwidth of the wifi.
in wired connection, there should be no trouble connecting upto 50 users assuming that the router is not doing intensive task like QoS and stuff since most routers are actually using a hardware nat.
I actually do this using a linux with max out users in 1 subnet all of the IP is still receiving traffic as usual.
When it comes to processing speed this will tell what how fast a NAT it can handle, memory will tell how many concurrent connection it can handle. Technically a router can handle as many as user you can depending what you set on your network subnet. The factor limit for routers is how fast it can handle a NAT and how many concurrent connection it can hold on.
typical 300mhz router can handle upto 50mbps connection just fine
typical 32mb ram router can handle upto 2000 connections which is fine for home users or internet cafe users less than 20 users.
@polka thanks for clearing things up , that'll help a lot , so that's 15 users 2.4ghz and another 15 for the 5ghz band ? does these dual band router provide separate SSID's for each band ? or is it automatic
how about those Ubiquiti Unifi Access Points ? i think they are industrial grade ? ever heard of them ? can they support more devices? thanks
each band has its own SSID.
cant tell about the industrial grade AP, I do own one (Ubiquity AP AC PRO) but never tested it with many users, usually my AP handles 7 devices and can go as high as 17 clients in 2.4ghz alone. There are 4-5 devices in 5ghz AC.