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edit preferences then click network

Go to the cmd prompt enter the following

ping -f -l 1472 209.131.36.158
timed out packets sent 4 and 0 recieved

and i dont see any options in the program like that

im in win7 too need to update my sig
Edited by SlicketyRickety - 6/14/11 at 5:42pm
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timed out packets sent 4 and 0 recieved

and i dont see any options in the program like that

im in win7 too need to update my sig
dont worry about that now.

Ok go 20 down again cmd prompt

C:\\> ping -f -l 1452 209.131.36.158
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dont worry about that now.

Ok go 20 down again cmd prompt

C:\\> ping -f -l 1452 209.131.36.158
Same 100% packet loss

no router either just straight modem to computer
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Same 100% packet loss

no router either just straight modem to computer
decrease it by another 20

C:\\> ping -f -l 1432 69.147.76.15
Try this instead ^

This is to check if the mtu is correct. This is called a black hole router or server.
Some servers will respond, and tell you that you have a problem (giving you a fragmentation error); others will ignore you(giving you a black hole error).
Edited by Spooony - 6/14/11 at 6:02pm
post #25 of 28
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decrease it by another 20

C:\\> ping -f -l 1432 209.131.36.158

This is to check if the mtu is correct. This is called a black hole router or server.
Some servers will respond, and tell you that you have a problem (giving you a fragmentation error); others will ignore you(giving you a black hole error).
100% loss

another 20 down still 100%

down to 1332 and the same

ping -f -l 1432 69.147.76.15 Same

Im thinking Comcast sucks.
Edited by SlicketyRickety - 6/14/11 at 6:09pm
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100% loss

another 20 down still 100%

down to 1332 and the same

ping -f -l 1432 69.147.76.15 Same

Im thinking Comcast sucks.
thats your isp servers causing the packet loss. What i can suggest is going to speedguide.net and run the tcp optimizer. Not the application you download but the online one where it detects your settings and give you advice. Its called analyzer or something. Just check on the main menu. But your trace route is pointing to your isp. Call them. They must fix it
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thats your isp servers causing the packet loss. What i can suggest is going to speedguide.net and run the tcp optimizer. Not the application you download but the online one where it detects your settings and give you advice. Its called analyzer or something. Just check on the main menu. But your trace route is pointing to your isp. Call them. They must fix it
I suspected it was them, thanks for all the help and i really learned a lot too!
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post #28 of 28
paste that results of the trace route you posted into a email showing them its theyre problem. Highlight it nice and big so they cant miss it
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