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PostSubject: Checking Ping    08/09/15, 12:05 pm

Is there a way to check the ping in game?
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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    08/09/15, 01:40 pm

Type /ping and it will show in the main chat.

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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    08/09/15, 03:46 pm

RageOfGod wrote:
Type  /ping  and it will show in the main chat.

I'm not sure that works in BnS (It sure didn't work for me).
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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    08/09/15, 03:55 pm

Lol, now I saw it was about BnS Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    08/09/15, 04:34 pm

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Lol, now I saw it was about BnS Laughing
Look what happens when you stay in Aion too long .. Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    08/09/15, 06:53 pm

And to answer Fllav's question, there is no comand that reveals your in game ping for BnS (none that i know of anyway). However, if you really want to check it, then run the game through WTFast (free version), it should reveal the ping you would have without using it (and ofc the ping you have while using it too).
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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    08/09/15, 09:39 pm

Yeah i personally use WTFast Razz something miraculous happened recently, i used to be averaging 200m/s on the TW server but now its dropped to 20m/s and is soooo responsive  Shocked i just hope my ping isn't too bad for NA

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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    10/09/15, 05:34 am

wasnt there an option in B&S settings which showed ping?...or maybe it was just fps. just check all the options once (else i m mixing up some other game with this :s)
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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    10/09/15, 05:41 am

zikiri wrote:
wasnt there an option in B&S settings which showed ping?...or maybe it was just fps. just check all the options once (else i m mixing up some other game with this :s)

Yeah there's just an option to show fps, not ping. Probably part of why heaps of people use WTFast and ping tools for it Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    17/01/16, 02:40 pm

Just to wrap up this discussion for future viewers, currently there exists no in-game way to check your ping.
However, you can check it in "Resource Monitor". This method applies for every online game you play.

Just type "Resource Monitor" in your start menu to find and open it. (Every windows version has it)
Go to the Network tab and check the box titled "TCP Connections".
If you have connected without using any VPN (such as WTFast or other such things), then check the latency value for "Client.exe"
If you are using some VPN, you will have to check the latency value for the VPN connection listed in there.

If latency column is missing, just right click the title bar of the table (which goes like image-pid-local addr-...) and "select columns.." -> latency.

In case you see multiple entries, it just means that multiple connections have been established by your game/VPN for different purposes. This is not an issue. So, don't be alarmed by it.
You will have to figure out the correct value to look for.
The local address is your own PC's IP address while the remote address is the IP address over the internet to whom the connection is being established. (In some cases, the remote address may be the same as your own PC's address)
Or rather, just pick the highest latency you have as your actual latency.

If any part of this is confusing, please drop a reply and I will attempt to further simplify it.
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PostSubject: Re: Checking Ping    17/01/16, 02:47 pm

Or, you can try the BnS Ping Tool. Works on all servers.

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