Lag Switch Gaming Site

What Is a Lag Switch?

by on Dec.13, 2008, under Lag Examples

Question: What Is a Lag Switch?

Answer: A lag switch is a mechanism installed on a home network that allows you to insert delays into the flow of local traffic to the Internet. Lag switches are normally used by unscrupulous players wanting to cheat at online video games. Lag switches are unrelated to normal network switches.

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3 comments for this entry:
  1. DevilJoose

    Wow! Taking online gaming to a new low are we? You people who exploit glitches in online games make me sick. What happened to fair play? What kind of test of skill is the game when you cheat? What a bunch of losers that have contributed a whole webpage to cheating. Why don’t you just rename the page to “I’m a sorry loser who can’t win at games unless I cheat.net”

  2. barney

    i don’t like cheaters…

  3. youss

    Anyone who promotes lag switches and cheating are nothing but stinkers!

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