Networking Experiment

Discussion in 'Technology Talk & Help' started by OSTKCabal, Jan 15, 2014.

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  1. Hello all,

    As many of you know, I'm a pretty big player in the game server hosting business, having run my own company until just recently and working as the Executive Advisor for a company with thousands of active servers.

    Please note that this is not meant to be malicious. I am performing a long-term report on the hosting market (Especially in terms of Game Servers, VPS, and Dedicated Servers) and I have chosen to use a multitude of hosts operating out of one of the fastest-growing hosting locations in the U.S. (Chicago) to perform this phase. Thus, any help is certainly appreciated.

    I wanted to perform some networking tests on active communities.

    (1. All of the IPs that will be posted below are in Chicago, IL.

    (2. All I ask is that you fill out this rather simple form:

    ISP: YOUR ISP

    IPs You Tested: The IPs from the list below that you tested. - Please note that you do not have to try all of them.

    RESULTS: Use pastebin.com if you don't mind. Basically, just paste the results from your ping / tracert tests.

    As stated above:

    I'd like to ask that you do ping <IP> and tracert <IP> in your Command Prompt or Terminal from your home PC. Then, copy-paste the results on pastebin.com or your favorite text paste hosting site.

    The IPs:
    Steadfast Networks - 208.100.4.54
    Choopa Data Centers - 68.232.169.106
    Colo@ - 184.170.250.82
    NFOServers (InterNAP) - 216.52.148.4
    Ubiquity Servers - 174.34.172.51

    The reason the above providers have been picked is because they are common choices in the gaming, cloud, and dedicated industry.
     
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  4. Any other takers? It'd certainly be appreciated and would help me out immensely to get results other than my own personal ones.
     
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