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While looking for a webhost I wanted one that had good connectivity around the world, and ran their (shared hosting) test IPs on just-ping.comjust-ping.com. This is a part of a sample result:


München, Germany: Packets lost (10%) 24.8 24.9 25.1 178.xx.xx.xxx

Cologne, Germany: Okay 5.6 5.7 5.8 178.xx.xx.xxx

New York, U.S.A.: Packets lost (30%) 80.3 80.4 80.7 178.xx.xx.xxx

Stockholm, Sweden: Packets lost (100%) 178.xx.xx.xxx

Santa Clara, U.S.A.: Packets lost (30%) 158.1 158.4 158.7 178.xx.xx.xxx

Vancouver, Canada: Packets lost (70%) 189.4 189.5 189.5 178.xx.xx.xxx

London, United Kingdom: Packets lost (100%)


 München, Germany:     Packets lost (10%)  24.8    24.9    25.1    178.xx.xx.xxx

 Cologne, Germany:  Okay    5.6     5.7     5.8     178.xx.xx.xxx

 New York, U.S.A.:  Packets lost (30%)  80.3    80.4    80.7    178.xx.xx.xxx

 Stockholm, Sweden:     Packets lost (100%)                 178.xx.xx.xxx

 Santa Clara, U.S.A.:   Packets lost (30%)  158.1   158.4   158.7   178.xx.xx.xxx

 Vancouver, Canada:     Packets lost (70%)  189.4   189.5   189.5   178.xx.xx.xxx

 London, United Kingdom:    Packets lost (100%)         

Am I correct in thinking that hosts with several "Packets lost" messages from different locations have less stable or slower connections than hosts with all "Okays"?

While looking for a webhost I wanted one that had good connectivity around the world, and ran their (shared hosting) test IPs on just-ping.com. This is a part of a sample result:


München, Germany: Packets lost (10%) 24.8 24.9 25.1 178.xx.xx.xxx

Cologne, Germany: Okay 5.6 5.7 5.8 178.xx.xx.xxx

New York, U.S.A.: Packets lost (30%) 80.3 80.4 80.7 178.xx.xx.xxx

Stockholm, Sweden: Packets lost (100%) 178.xx.xx.xxx

Santa Clara, U.S.A.: Packets lost (30%) 158.1 158.4 158.7 178.xx.xx.xxx

Vancouver, Canada: Packets lost (70%) 189.4 189.5 189.5 178.xx.xx.xxx

London, United Kingdom: Packets lost (100%)


Am I correct in thinking that hosts with several "Packets lost" messages from different locations have less stable or slower connections than hosts with all "Okays"?

While looking for a webhost I wanted one that had good connectivity around the world, and ran their (shared hosting) test IPs on just-ping.com. This is a part of a sample result:

 München, Germany:     Packets lost (10%)  24.8    24.9    25.1    178.xx.xx.xxx

 Cologne, Germany:  Okay    5.6     5.7     5.8     178.xx.xx.xxx

 New York, U.S.A.:  Packets lost (30%)  80.3    80.4    80.7    178.xx.xx.xxx

 Stockholm, Sweden:     Packets lost (100%)                 178.xx.xx.xxx

 Santa Clara, U.S.A.:   Packets lost (30%)  158.1   158.4   158.7   178.xx.xx.xxx

 Vancouver, Canada:     Packets lost (70%)  189.4   189.5   189.5   178.xx.xx.xxx

 London, United Kingdom:    Packets lost (100%)         

Am I correct in thinking that hosts with several "Packets lost" messages from different locations have less stable or slower connections than hosts with all "Okays"?

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