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Sometimes it might be some little tricks behind the replication system. Other than that, not sure.
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Reconnecting could have removed or added any number of hops between client and server.
The only way to check would be to use a trace-route program several times to see the variance.
billybill wrote:Are you sure someone is not streaming some torrents in the other room? I know I've had this sometimes when I run the commandline -pktlag and forget thats what the shortcut does! I didn't think changing of routes was very common if that's what you mean, certainly not sudden like you say but one day it might be 30ms higher to a location than it was the day before and stay like that. How often is it happening?