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Is webtropia latency good for North & South America?
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Is webtropia latency good for North & South America?

Hi folks,

I decided to buy ryzen 1700x dedicated server on webtropia.

Please give me the latency review for each continent.

I would also love to hear any reviews from their connection.

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    • NeoonNeoon Member
      edited January 2018

      Thats why we have invented CDN's.
      Getting a server in one location and hope you will get good speeds in the rest of the world will not work out.

    • @Neoon said:
      Thats why we have invented CDN's.
      Getting a server in one location and hope you will get good speeds in the rest of the world will not work out.

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

    • AidanAidan Member
      edited January 2018

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

      Oh, you only need good speeds on an area stretching ~10500km(6500mi)?

    • @Aidan said:

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

      Oh, you only need good speeds on an area stretching ~10500km(6500mi)?

      Well, if he can teleport himself, why should the porn stream be slower?

    • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider
      edited January 2018

      @Neoon said:
      Thats why we have invented CDN's.
      Getting a server in one location and hope you will get good speeds in the rest of the world will not work out.

      @Neoon said:

      @Aidan said:

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

      Oh, you only need good speeds on an area stretching ~10500km(6500mi)?

      Well, if he can teleport himself, why should the porn stream be slower

      Latency != throughput

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    • Latency != throughput

      Indeed, though most Canadian hosts don't care about their throughput to Peru.

      Getting decent widespread peering in larger Brazil is also quite... Complicated.

      Thanked by 1Clouvider
    • @Clouvider said:

      @Neoon said:
      Thats why we have invented CDN's.
      Getting a server in one location and hope you will get good speeds in the rest of the world will not work out.

      @Neoon said:

      @Aidan said:

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

      Oh, you only need good speeds on an area stretching ~10500km(6500mi)?

      Well, if he can teleport himself, why should the porn stream be slower

      Latency != throughput

      Obviously he would choose USB sticks.

    • CConnerCConner Member, Provider

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    • @Mesherp10 said:
      Hi folks,

      I decided to buy ryzen 1700x dedicated server on webtropia.

      Please give me the latency review for each continent.

      I would also love to hear any reviews from their connection.

      If you bought it why not test it yourself?

      Thanked by 1doughmanes
    • Why not use test IPs which most providers offer rather than leaving adult decisions to the general public?

      Yeah seriously, good luck on connectivity to Brazil. Some days they complained worse than the Chinese on the days GFW gets bad.

      How to clean up a questionable reputation: throw the kids some BF/CM offers.

    • @Clouvider said:

      @Neoon said:
      Thats why we have invented CDN's.
      Getting a server in one location and hope you will get good speeds in the rest of the world will not work out.

      @Neoon said:

      @Aidan said:

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

      Oh, you only need good speeds on an area stretching ~10500km(6500mi)?

      Well, if he can teleport himself, why should the porn stream be slower

      Latency != throughput

      >

      As you know though the higher the latency the less the TCP throughput ( due to the time it takes for a ACK packet to arrive at the sender, thus the TPC window is limited in increasing ). Generally speaking in sub-5ms latencies this may be entirely true though.

    • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

      @florianb said:

      @Clouvider said:

      @Neoon said:
      Thats why we have invented CDN's.
      Getting a server in one location and hope you will get good speeds in the rest of the world will not work out.

      @Neoon said:

      @Aidan said:

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

      Oh, you only need good speeds on an area stretching ~10500km(6500mi)?

      Well, if he can teleport himself, why should the porn stream be slower

      Latency != throughput

      >

      As you know though the higher the latency the less the TCP throughput ( due to the time it takes for a ACK packet to arrive at the sender, thus the TPC window is limited in increasing ). Generally speaking in sub-5ms latencies this may be entirely true though.

      ????

      Who said we’re even talking TCP?

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    • lionlion Member
      edited January 2018

      @Clouvider said:
      Who said we’re even talking TCP?

      I mean we kinda talk through TCP ;)

    • @Clouvider said:

      @florianb said:

      @Clouvider said:

      @Neoon said:
      Thats why we have invented CDN's.
      Getting a server in one location and hope you will get good speeds in the rest of the world will not work out.

      @Neoon said:

      @Aidan said:

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

      Oh, you only need good speeds on an area stretching ~10500km(6500mi)?

      Well, if he can teleport himself, why should the porn stream be slower

      Latency != throughput

      >

      As you know though the higher the latency the less the TCP throughput ( due to the time it takes for a ACK packet to arrive at the sender, thus the TPC window is limited in increasing ). Generally speaking in sub-5ms latencies this may be entirely true though.

      ????

      Who said we’re even talking TCP?

      I was referencing to your equation, because I do not agree with it.

    • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

      @florianb said:

      @Clouvider said:

      @florianb said:

      @Clouvider said:

      @Neoon said:
      Thats why we have invented CDN's.
      Getting a server in one location and hope you will get good speeds in the rest of the world will not work out.

      @Neoon said:

      @Aidan said:

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

      Oh, you only need good speeds on an area stretching ~10500km(6500mi)?

      Well, if he can teleport himself, why should the porn stream be slower

      Latency != throughput

      >

      As you know though the higher the latency the less the TCP throughput ( due to the time it takes for a ACK packet to arrive at the sender, thus the TPC window is limited in increasing ). Generally speaking in sub-5ms latencies this may be entirely true though.

      ????

      Who said we’re even talking TCP?

      I was referencing to your equation, because I do not agree with it.

      You haven’t answered my question.

      Since you insist, I’ll ask you a bonus question, show me a study showing that the the latency is the only determinant of throughout.

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    • @Clouvider said:

      @florianb said:

      @Clouvider said:

      @florianb said:

      @Clouvider said:

      @Neoon said:
      Thats why we have invented CDN's.
      Getting a server in one location and hope you will get good speeds in the rest of the world will not work out.

      @Neoon said:

      @Aidan said:

      I only need good speeds on North & South America continents not around the world

      Oh, you only need good speeds on an area stretching ~10500km(6500mi)?

      Well, if he can teleport himself, why should the porn stream be slower

      Latency != throughput

      >

      As you know though the higher the latency the less the TCP throughput ( due to the time it takes for a ACK packet to arrive at the sender, thus the TPC window is limited in increasing ). Generally speaking in sub-5ms latencies this may be entirely true though.

      ????

      Who said we’re even talking TCP?

      I was referencing to your equation, because I do not agree with it.

      You haven’t answered my question.

      Since you insist, I’ll ask you a bonus question, show me a study showing that the the latency is the only determinant of throughout.

      Oh, please refrain from putting words into my mouth. I never said that the round-trip-time is the only determinant of throughput. My post clearly states that the round-trip-time is an integrant of the factors which define the possible throughput.

    • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider
      edited January 2018

      florianb said: Oh, please refrain from putting words into my mouth. I never said that the round-trip-time is the only determinant of throughput. My post clearly states that the round-trip-time is an integrant of the factors which define the possible throughput.

      You haven't answered my question.

      And you said that you disagree with my equation that latency != throughput, which is when you have put this words in your mouth by yourself.

      Do read what I write before you jump to conclusions and start your weird attacks. I don't have time to explain it to you.

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    • Guys what if ill buy on soyoustart? any recomendation?

    • florianbflorianb Member
      edited January 2018

      @Clouvider said:

      florianb said: Oh, please refrain from putting words into my mouth. I never said that the round-trip-time is the only determinant of throughput. My post clearly states that the round-trip-time is an integrant of the factors which define the possible throughput.

      You haven't answered my question.

      And you said that you disagree with my equation that latency != throughput, which is when you have put this words in your mouth by yourself.

      Do read what I write before you jump to conclusions and start your weird attacks. I don't have time to explain it to you.

      I think you don't have to explain anything to me. I also doubt I've put these words into my mouth myself. My humble self stating that I do disagree with your equation does not implicate that I'm just changing the != operator to ==. There is way too many factors influencing throughput with latency being part of them. For example if you have two completly unutilized backbone circuits terminated using VPLS, one pseudowire from London to Manchester and one from London to Enfield, you'll never have the same maximum hypothetical throughput on the longer path. I mostly assume you've taken parameters like congestion into account which would make it possible for a link of larger distance to be of better throughput, however, you can't form equations like that based on that.

      Edit: No attacks to you personally or anything intended. Just stating my personal opinion.

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