Cellular backup connections

Dovid Bender dovid at telecurve.com
Mon Feb 4 13:18:20 UTC 2019

Anyone know if Verizon static IP's over LTE have same issue where they
bounce the traffic around before it gets back to the NY metro area?

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 6:46 PM Dovid Bender <dovid at telecurve.com> wrote:

> All,
> Thanks for all of the feedback. I was on site today and noticed two things.
> 1) As someone mentioned it could be for static IP's they have the traffic
> going to a specific location. The POP is in NJ there was a min. latency of
> 120ms which prob had to do with this.
> 2) I was watching the ping times and it looked something like this:
> 400ms
> 360ms
> 330ms
> 300ms
> 260ms
> 210ms
> 170ms
> 140ms
> 120ms
> 400ms
> 375ms
> It seems to have been coming in "waves". I assume this has to do with "how
> cellular work" and the signal. I tried moving it around by putting it down
> low on the floor, moving it locations etc. and saw the same thing every
> time. I am going to try Verizon next and see how it goes.
> On Sat, Dec 29, 2018 at 12:13 PM Mark Milhollan <mlm at pixelgate.net> wrote:
>> On Fri, 28 Dec 2018, Dovid Bender wrote:
>> >I finally got around to setting up a cellular backup device in our new
>> POP.
>> >When SSH'ing in remotely the connection seems rather slow.
>> Perhaps using MOSH can help make the interactive CLI session less
>> annoying.
>> >Verizon they charge $500.00 just to get a public IP and I want to avoid
>> >that if possible.
>> You might look into have it call out / maintain a connection back to
>> your infrastructure.
>> /mark
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