Eambo (EUW)
: Hi Core JH, There seems to be an issue with East Coast, mainly Verizon FiOS users, and the way the traffic is being routed to Riot's servers. A potential temporary workaround is to use the program [WTFast](http://www.wtfast.com/promote.aspx?APID=1576) Unfortunately this only offers a 30 day free trial, but hopefully this will be long enough to keep you going until the issue is resolved. WTFast redirects your traffic (generally to reduce ping), but people have found it actually helps them avoid the issue with Verizon's routing, as it changes how the path you take to Riot's servers. It may take you to try a few different servers to find which one works best for you. Give it a try and let us know if it helps any - unfortunately it's only a workaround and not a fix. On a more permanent basis, if this does indeed help, I'd advise contacting your ISP and telling them that multiple people have reported the same issue on the forums, and you can work around the issue by using a VPN to reroute your traffic. Hopefully this will be enough information for them to begin some troubleshooting and engage their resources for a resolution.
It's working. There are like 4 different server that I can choose (VA1, VA5, WA1, WA5) // (~127ms, ~135ms, ~102ms, ~85ms) and WA5 has the best ping for me
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: Random Lagging: No packet loss, no ping spikes, solid FPS. What's the cause?
Using Verizon (Fios) internet service, in Woodbridge, Northern VA, I'm also having serious latency & spike problems.

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