Smash Bros on Zen Internet Connection

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Jul 6, 2008
  1. paulie_m
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    Anyone in here using a net connection from Zen playing Smash bros regulary?

    Just wanted to see if it made a noticable difference to the effects caused by lag by playing with someone who is on the same network as me?

    Would be good to swap friend codes.
     
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    zen, you say? never heard of it...
     
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    what's zen, is it an ISP?
     
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    zen is an isp in england, they do broadband, up to 8mb down/ 448k up, if you have that connection you shouldnt have problems connecting to anyone. not knowing much about isp's in england it looks like a fairly good service, albeit the upload speed is a bit low, but should be enough to do wiiconnect.

    run a speed test, i dont know if theres a speedtest of choice in england, you could use www.speakeasy.net but then the connection test would be across the atlantic.
     
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    It is a somewhat high performance ISP based in the UK.

    I have 8mb down and 832Kb upload speed as I am on a business connection. It wasn't the bandwidth that I was concerned about, but more the latency.

    Playing with someone who is using the same ISP as you will reduce latency and I just wanted to see how well the game performed when playing with someone at the lowest possible latency.
     

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