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What is ping ?

Hello !

I know this is a very noob question, but what is Ping ? I know how to get it (PlayerState->Ping*4), but, I don't know if it's the delay between :

1) Client->Server or 2) Client->Server->Client

Because if it's 2), I have to divide it by 2 if I want to get the delay for a function going from server to client, right?

Thanks !

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asked Jan 17 '16 at 06:12 PM in Everything Else

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Ping just calculates the time it takes to send and receive a signal. BTW you can use the cmd in windows to ping a website to test the strength of your internet signal. You can use it to see if there is a problem on your line. Ping Google.com -t try it sometime.

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answered Jan 17 '16 at 10:07 PM

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