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Ping spikes when connected wirelessly

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#1 anono5


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Posted 06 July 2018 - 09:51 AM

Laptop: ASUS X555Lj

Connection: Problem with wireless, no problem with ethernet. 

Router: HUAWEI HG633

Distance from router: ~ 2 metres 

Type of internet: I think it's DSL 


I'm getting frequent ping spikes when connected wirelessly to my home network. I've pinged data to my router using the cmd command /ping [ip] -n 200 -l 65500 and it has shown the ping spikes of 1000-2000ms every 2 minutes or so. This does not happen when connected through an ethernet cable to the router. I've also pinged other laptops wirelessly to the router and this does not happen. Therefore, I assume this must be a problem specifically with my laptop/connection to the network.



Attached below is the MiniToolBox result and a screenshot of the cmd ping result:


MTB result: Attached File  result.txt   37.39KB   1 downloads


cmd ping result: Attached File  cmd.png   283.94KB   0 downloads



Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions. 

Edited by anono5, 06 July 2018 - 09:51 AM.

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