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Windows 7: What represent rountrip latency in milliseconds?

28 Sep 2016   #1
savinio0

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What represent rountrip latency in milliseconds?

What represent rountrip latency in milliseconds?




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28 Sep 2016   #2
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

That`s how long it took to ping whatever address you pinged.

Ping vs. Latency: What’s the Difference? – Speedtest Blog
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28 Sep 2016   #3
savinio0

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AddRAM View Post
That`s how long it took to ping whatever address you pinged.

Ping vs. Latency: What’s the Difference? – Speedtest Blog
higher latency means slower ping, slower speed?
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28 Sep 2016   #4
Barman58

Windows 10 Pro x64 x2 Windows 10 Enterprise x64, Ubuntu
 
 

Round trip latency is simply the time it takes a Ping to get to and return from the destination. It is also known as the Ping time

True latency is the slack in the system that needs to be accounted for in addition to the actual operation time.

It's easier to understand in a mechanical subsystem - If you have a set of gears or pulleys used to lift an object there is likely to be a short delay between moving the handle and the actual object starting to move as the slack in the system is taken up - This is the latency in the system, and is also similar in electronic system.

Higher latency does mean a slower overall ping time but all systems will always have some latency and the only way to reduce this is by the use of better components
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28 Sep 2016   #5
ThrashZone

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