First of all I'd like to thank all the support from OP and everyone involved. This has certainly been a great effort to improve everyone's game experience.
That said, I've had some hard time getting my proxies and logins and whatnot to work (no real knowledge of how internet works).
Currently I have been able to drop my ping from 800ms+ to 450ms+. This has been a huge victory for me, even though the latency tends to go back to 800's from time to time.
So, I am using Proxifier and Putty when running WoW. From what I have gathered, Putty is working fine and is logged in (here's me wondering what it actually is/does).
But with Proxifier I've had some issues.
First of all, if I add all these ports 1119,3724,4000,6112-6114 in Proxification rules ports range, I can't open WoW, it will crash before starting up.
So I removed all those ports from the range, was able to start and log in, but there was no change in latency.
Now, I went with trial and error, and removed some of the ports from the range. First I was able to start WoW, but could not log in. When I had only 1119 removed, I was able to log in with improved latency.
Can anyone please explain to me what I've done here, since it kills me not to know if there is a step I skipped or room for improvement. The proxifier traffic ranges from 0.40kb/s to 1.00kb/s with peaks of 2.00kb/s randomly.
Thanks for reading. :p