Last edited by Window; 2012-08-25 at 02:28 PM.
If everything I do is wrong then by god ill do it right
Let them get their money back, most likely people that would have quit anyways because of some stupid ideal its going to be a WoW killer and in the end they just want anther WoW.
Even if no one qued.
---------- Post added 2012-08-25 at 02:29 PM ----------
Im assuming you guys realize that the data center in in Texas for NA. But on a side note Im willing to forgo any issues since this is indeed a headstart and they brought the servers up an extra early.
My company has several production and development servers in the Seattle area. I know nothing, absolutely nothing, about ArenaNet's architecture. But all of our servers in the area are operating fine with no apparent (obvious) performance issues.
If it's a broader network issue, it's not effecting everyone in that area.
Probably not related AT ALL but my ISP is down in Meriden, CT right now. I can't even look at pron while I'm waiting for the servers to come back up, GOSH!
Form what I have learned from reading many peoples comments on many sites and listening to them in real life, their tired of WoW but want a better wow. Not saying all but a lot think like that which leaves no room for something truly fresh.
This is quite ironic... Diablo 3 and all...
Nevertheless, hope your servers are on soon
---------- Post added 2012-08-25 at 04:16 PM ----------
If you're referring to routers (since the line before it refers to them), then less routers = lower ping. These aren't the routers you've seen sat under your desk or wherever. These are routers designed to handle massive throughput. The function similar, but their firmware and hardware is designed with much higher utilization in mind than a consumer router.
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