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jack wrote: ↑Fri Jul 27, 2018 5:05 pm I was ip banned from cortana for trash talking by a guy named weyland and the map was completely gone but after 2 weeks the map appears to be back but when i try to join it it says straight away THE SEVER OPERATOR HAS KICKED U FROM THIS SERVER could anyone help please
You need to go here and plead your case. https://discord.gg/Jkfq3z
Bigass is fun to play but just laggy warpy on cortana. Hopefully Atomical fixes his mod or maybe I'll start another bigass server... if i feel arsed enough to do it you'd make a great admin!
Just wanted to respond with some info you might find helpful.
First off, Google Fiber connects your home to your local DSLAM exchange.
There isn't necessarily any Google Fiber connection from your local DSLAM exchange to wherever a game server might be located, and therefore having Google Fiber at home doesn't necessarily have any impact at all on your ping when connecting to servers situated large distances from you.
Atomical's servers are based in Dallas, Texas.
My servers are based in Los Angeles.
You yourself obviously get better ping from Dallas, Texas which suggests you live on the East Coast.
I get about 60ms better ping from my server's than Atomical's.
You've declared "most people's pings there are over 120ms".
Not sure what methodology you've used to come so that conclusion, but I have access to the hosting tools that show me the average ping logged since December last year.
And prior to making them public, I tested moving the server to many different locations all over the world before the actual data clearly showed that Los Angeles provides the best option for an international player base.
Atomical corroborates this in a post on his HaloMD Discord...
And here are the results of pinging Atomical's BIgass Christian vs my CORTANA Bigass Final MD/PC server from multiple locations
On the issue of "framing", using CTRL + F12 on Halo PC Retail brings up a frame rate counter and graph. Atomical's server and my server both log a consistent 30 FPS.
Couple of other factors to consider.
Atomical's servers are Linux based, where as mine are Windows based.
My servers run on superior hardware to that offered by Linode, Atomical's hosting company.
Now as you rightly point out, I am only an amateur (is there such a thing as professional Halo Combat Evolved server hosts?), but I thought you might find this info helpful.
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