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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:41pm 27/09/10 | 4 Comments
iiNet have made changes to the routing path used in the provider's connection to Battle.net servers, to "hopefully assist in isolating the latency issue that all our subscriber base are experiencing at night" wrote iiNet representative Adrian Arumugam on the Whirlpool forums.

"Please note the change will only be noticeable by iiNet customers on the East coast for now," he wrote. "Eastern states customers, please continue to post in this thread as the Operations Centre will be keeping a close eye on it for updates."

Delimiter points out these changes come as a lot of customers have left looking for a better StarCraft 2 experience.



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TiT
Posted 07:52am 28/9/10
Internode have done this too
trog
Posted 09:51am 28/9/10
Internode have done this too
link?
Tim Tibbetts
Posted 09:55am 28/9/10
I think it's worth mentioning that this is for servers for the SEA Region

I have moved over to the US servers from the 1.1 patch and I've noticed:

1) Better pings (yes, even after iinets changes)
2) More/Varied custom maps
3) Short wait times for games

Unless you're ultra serious about the tournaments, I would hop over to the US Servers.
TiT
Posted 10:26am 28/9/10
link?


Whirlpool forums, they did it for the beta :)

http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=1470497&p=4#r80
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