When selecting a host or ECS, do we consider the stability and speed of a server and use the PING test tool. For example, our local PING or online PING tool. Indeed, we can see the speed of the server through the PING test. For example, we can see that the speed of domestic ECS is about 40ms, and that of Asian direct connected servers may be about 70-110ms. If it is a US server line, the direct connection line CN2 may be about 150-200ms, while the non direct connection or European server may be about 300ms.
As for the problem that a friend mentioned how normal the PING value of the server is, I would like to make a brief statement here.
1. Regional issues
For different regions, the line problem does affect the PING speed. For example, if we choose Hong Kong or Japan servers on NTT lines, the speed is also relatively poor at about 300ms. It would be better if it was a direct connection. You can't just look at the address location. You also need to see the specific route network direction, whether CN2 is optimized, and the latter is CN2 GIA.
2. PING and speed relationship
Under certain circumstances, PING is really a measure of the server's speed. When we use the server, the PING speed is low, and our access speed is fast. However, this is not absolute, because the server speed is also related to the network bandwidth and the resources given by the merchants. I have seen many host companies sell cheap products before. The computer room is also a good CN2, and the ping speed is very good. But the actual speed is very slow, which is limited by the business.
Therefore, when we look at the PING value, we also need to combine the actual project experience.
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