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    Question Horrible lag problem help?

    Hello, I have a teamspeak server, and Me and everyone else in my server has horrible voice lag, and I have no Idea how to fix it or whats wrong with it. Thanks for all your help!

    by the way, I have all my channels codec set to 25.9
    Last edited by venik109; November 11th, 2008 at 05:17 PM. Reason: forgot to add somthing.

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    What is your upload speed?

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    upload speed is unlimited
    (sorry, im a noob)
    Last edited by venik109; November 11th, 2008 at 05:31 PM. Reason: im a noob

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    Upload speeds are never unlimited.. Unless you have direct acces to a GigaBit or higher connection..
    What type of connection do you have? ( ADSL - Cable ) and which provider with which package?

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    dsl, earthlink high speed internet, I use a linksys router.

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    can i talk to you on teamspeak?

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    go to this page in your router:
    http://www.mtds.com/files/u11/speedlin.jpg

    and tell me what it say's at the lines downstream rate and upstream rate.

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    down= 12,315kbps
    up=1,169kbps

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    ok, try a lower codec, that might help. I think SPEEX 19.5 or one lower might help out.

    Also take a look at this FAQ entry to see whether you got enough UPstream or not. This is depending on how much users will be connected simultaneously.

    http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=faq&c...much_bandwidth


    Note the lines below the FAQ entry:
    Keep in mind, that a game or other application you run in parallel to TeamSpeak requires as well bandwidth and with several open connections you can not use 100% of your bandwidth. The connection quality will decrease which will be easily heard in a time sensitive application such as a voice-communication tool.

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