I work for a small non-profit organization. We have a T1 line shared by about 50 Windows PCs (though only some of them are used at any given time). People often complain about network sluggishness. A vendor recently installed SmokePing on a Linux box. Here are some graphs related to pinging news.google.com:
Can someone help with interpreting these graphs? Does this look like what you would expect from a T1 line? Looks like there is some packet loss. I just don't know enough about this stuff to know what to make of it.
as available bandwidth decrease, latency increases. The packet loss could be a result of link stauration as already describe. You can view the 5 minute input/output counters on your T1 router (Assuming
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