Your oink is largely outside your control. There are many variable that are involved, the infrastructure your ISP has available, the Internet infrastructure where you live, the congestion on the network and the distance to the server you are pinging. There are no tweaks that you can implement that can change your ping times. You are stuck with what you get
Everything mentioned is outside you control. You have no control of the ISP equipment or all the other equipment that runs the Internet. The only optimisation you can do a far as distance goes is to move closer to where the server you are pinging is.
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