@Hatsodoom said in Constant DC:
I feel like you're blaming the victim here.
That isn't blaming the victim. It is blaming the middleman, the ISP. As stated, not everyone has the problem. It is normally only people in specific locations, and possibly with specific ISPs, as well. With the internet, everything goes through specific "tunnels" to reach their destination. When there is an issue, it normally selects another "tunnel" and if it eventually runs into too many roadblocks on the way to or from the destination, the connection is lost, even if just temporarily. That is the issue with a node-based infrastructure, which is unfortunately the only way to actually make the internet possible at this time, at least. The issue then comes down to whichever ISPs manage the specific paths between you and the server you connect to.