What Is A Good Jitter Rating?

According to Cisco, jitter tolerance is as follows: Jitter should be below 30 ms.

Packet loss shouldn’t be more than 1%.

Network latency should not go over 150 ms.

What is a good jitter for gaming?

For gamers a simple rule applies: the lower the latency the better. Anything under 100ms should be acceptable but the ideal aim should be for latency to be no more than about 30-50ms. A somewhat related concept, jitter, is the variation (in milliseconds) in latency.

What is acceptable jitter for VoIP?

Acceptable VoIP jitter is no more than 30 ms.

This is a low tolerance. Although you can begin to see a drop in call quality at 30 ms, the detrimental effects are at 100 ms of jitter.

What is jitter in Internet speed?

Ping and jitter are measures of the speed at which you can request and receive data (ping) and the variation in that response time (jitter). In essence, they are measures of the quality of your connection and are used to diagnose performance of real-time applications like video streaming or voice over internet (VoIP).

What is a good number for latency?

A latency/ping number between 1-30ms (milliseconds) is fantastic and would be the optimal connection for gaming. A latency number between 31-60ms are still good. You will have a small amount of lag in the game, but it won’t be that noticeable depending on the type of game you are playing.