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Random high ping spikes?


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#1 treebranch

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 10:27 PM

Not sure if this is the right place to ask for assistance with this, if it isn't im sorry. I switched ISP's a few months back and ever since ive had random jumps of ping. It will jump from ~50 to 600+ and won't go down unless i restart the router. I figured this was a problem with my old router so i bought a new one and it seemed to work for the first day. Now the same thing is happening again. My ping will go back down to normal after enabling/disabling the Guest network from the routers page though.

This really doesn't seem like a router problem, anyone have any advice?

 



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#2 ezli09

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Posted 27 May 2013 - 11:17 AM

Did you also change your type of service? From say Comcast cable to AT&T DSL? Also, check the physical connections....replace any splitters that you have going to your home router/gateway. Also may want to replace the network cables to the router and all devices. Also, if your current service is DSL, you may want to make sure that you are using a DSL filter on the line.



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Posted 27 May 2013 - 12:20 PM

Did you also change your type of service? From say Comcast cable to AT&T DSL? Also, check the physical connections....replace any splitters that you have going to your home router/gateway. Also may want to replace the network cables to the router and all devices. Also, if your current service is DSL, you may want to make sure that you are using a DSL filter on the line.

Nope, went from cable to cable. I was told that the lines under my house might cause connection problems, but my connection was perfectly fine with my other isp, and this one isnt a step up or anything. Ill go ahead and get some new cables for the inside connections though.






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