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What should be the average ping time across a pt2pt connection.

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What should be the average ping time across a pt2pt connection.  From one server to another?  My first hop hits the default gateway(1ms), then hits the end serial interface (10ms), then the server(10ms).  Is this normal times.
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It all depends on the distance of the circuit, for Point-to-Point circuits the latency is going to be much lower than a circuit going through carrier networks on the public internet.

A 10ms latency is extremely good for a point-to-point circuit as most are around 15ms to 25ms, but it is completely dependant on the distance and how your carrier has engineered your circuit.
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it depends on the type of connection.  i have a full mesh mpls network so its not exactly p2p.  i have a location in san diego that responds in 16ms and a location in miami that responds in 68ms.  these are both coming from los angeles.  i think your response times are just fine.
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