Hello! I have been noticing some latency internally in our office network when pinging random workstations. I would expect things to normally move at < or = 1ms response times, but they can sometimes run from 5ms to 12 ms on average during the workday. I have run virus scans everywhere, but nothing comes up with infection. Are there some guidelines I can follow to try lower these ping response times? Thanks!
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Keep in mind that subnetting requires lots of practice and time.
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