how much is your latency

I put this to know how much 343i is our ping and the differences from one country to another , perhaps also you create multiple servers instead of giving 4 million people who do nothing more than play(no offense it´s the reality)
the format is:
latence_______country________________

latence 114 country México

latence 180-220 country germany

62 ms, united states, mo

265, Spain

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> I put this to know how much 343i is our ping and the differences from one country to another , perhaps also you create multiple servers instead of giving 4 million people who do nothing more than play(no offense it´s the reality)
> the format is:
> latence_______country________________

How are you testing your latency?

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Which website are you guys using?

170ms through the Xbox dashboard. Northern Ireland. Hardly ever get a eu server.

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> 170ms through the Xbox dashboard. Northern Ireland. Hardly ever get a eu server.

So how exactly? Is everyone using the XBox One Network Test or using the XBox One browser and a particular web address?

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Just the one in the settings of the Xbox. Think it’s in network then test multiplayer connection. When it pops up saying everything is working ok hold both triggers and bumpers. I’m not near my Xbox at the min to be sure of the correct names

But using the XBone Multiplayer or Network test wouldn’t give you the same latency results as if you were connected to the Halo 5 servers. So those numbers aren’t really relevant are they?