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Here are our tips for having the best internet connection for your gaming- whether your a professional or just playing for fun.
  
 
*Use a wired connection between your gaming computer and your router - not WiFi. It will be more reliable
 
*Use a wired connection between your gaming computer and your router - not WiFi. It will be more reliable
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*Use VDSL (FTTC), or if possible an Ethernet 'leased-line' connection for lower latency and increased resilience
 
*Use VDSL (FTTC), or if possible an Ethernet 'leased-line' connection for lower latency and increased resilience
 
*Speak to our staff - there may be tweaks that we can do to improve the service
 
*Speak to our staff - there may be tweaks that we can do to improve the service
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*Have a backup - what would you do it your main internet line goes down? We can provide multiple lines
 
*Have fun - that's the main thing!
 
*Have fun - that's the main thing!

Latest revision as of 10:08, 2 July 2019


Here are our tips for having the best internet connection for your gaming- whether your a professional or just playing for fun.

  • Use a wired connection between your gaming computer and your router - not WiFi. It will be more reliable
  • Keep an eye on our line monitoring graphs on our Control pages - you'll see problems easily
  • Use VDSL (FTTC), or if possible an Ethernet 'leased-line' connection for lower latency and increased resilience
  • Speak to our staff - there may be tweaks that we can do to improve the service
  • Have a backup - what would you do it your main internet line goes down? We can provide multiple lines
  • Have fun - that's the main thing!