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October 03, 2014, 07:09:28 PM

I have found that my ISP has complete server time outs, I found this occuring at least every 1 to 3 minutes and sometimes the time outs last 3 to 15 minutes. The misers look as if they are mining all the lights doing what they normally do.

If I do traceroutes and see * * * Timed out this is cutting me off the internet completely how drastically will this effect my mining potential.
I also have done a few pathpings resulting in 44% to 100% lost packets at times thruout the day. This does effect my mining does it not?

Let me also add I am using my ISP's servers and websites as my paths I am pinging Smiley

Also in the picture provided you can see I had to run 3 trace routed before one would even connect to anything in their network Sad

what is the least amount of bandwidth we shoudl be using for a mine of 5000 Thash SHA and 50 Mhash of script on the same network

Also what router specks should I use ( not name brand but Specks some brands are not available to me in this country unless I order from overseas)

I am moving to a new city because of this. (I live in the Philippines) things here SUCk haha its like they took a bunch of technology and dropped it on a civilization in 1820.

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