How to reroute internet traffic

June 30, 2009 at 02:50:25
Specs: Windows XP
I'm having alot of issues with very slow ping times. I did a tracert and found my slow point. Right now all my internet traffic is going through Hong Kong (I'm in the philippines right now) and its a major slowdown. I'm wanting to know if its possible and if so how to go about setting my internet to try and skip Hong Kong. Is this something I need to contact my ISP with or can I do it myself? Its a pain getting ping times of 350 to HK and 400ms to US servers. HK isn't very far either. Thanks.


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June 30, 2009 at 06:27:27
Nothing you can do about it and it is unlikely your ISP can either. Once the data has left the ISP they have no control over how it is routed. The routing will be decided by whoever provides International Data Communications in the Phillipines.

If there is no direct connection between the Philipines and the USA but there is between Hong Kong and the USA there will be no choice but to go via Hong Kong.


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