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post #11 of 19
Network configuration of the PC: poor latency can be caused by unnecessary network services or protocols being active in the PC (putting unnecessary traffic on the upstream)

Background applications in your PC putting traffic on the network without your knowledge. For instance, P2P applications can generate traffic even when they are just sitting in the system tray, and spyware might be totally invisible.
cable problems with the ethernet or USB connection
avoid hitting the upstream rate cap
post #12 of 19
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@spoony

I don't know how to limit my usage so that it wont use all of the bandwidth. Because when I download at steam top speed my ping sky rockets to 2000ms
But when I download using half of my download speed my ping is perfectly fine it stays at 50ms.

But the problem is I'm not the only one using the net there's four of us and no matter what I do they wont stop hogging the bandwidth. And before they changed my facility my youtube load was so slow, after it was very fast it took about 5minutes to load a 10 minute video last time and now it only takes about 2 minutes for a high ping.

I think the problem is that when loading,downloading,watching youtube it uses 100% of my bandwidth leaving nothing for browsing, gaming. Is there a way to change that?
post #13 of 19
your high latency is due to your downloads choking your connection... a nice router with QoS will fix this...

you want to cap your total to about 85% of max... up and down... then divide that out...

honestly, if you're having issues with youtube on a single connection you might want to upgrade your internet to something other than ****-tier...
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@LiNERROR

My router is a Dlink-Dir615 and it does have QoS. But it says something like uplink speed that I dont know off...

And yea I really want to consider upgrading our net but for us to have a decent 112mbps it will cost us $452 a month!!! (we live in a developing country...can't do anything about)
Edited by Howisthisgoingtowork - 8/7/11 at 3:40am
post #15 of 19
setup your router's QoS then... you uplink speed is your full upload... speedtest.net will be able to tell you that if you don't already know...
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post #16 of 19
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@line

Well.. I just went into my router configuration and I was wrong it was a QoS setting tab.. but it only has WAN shaping.. I enabled it and made my uplink speed to automatic(612kbps in my case). But still no improvement.
post #17 of 19
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What causes A high ping?

Because this thing is really annoying me (I can't do anything my ping still reaches 1k++ and it sucks especially when you play online games.. I have to wait till 12am when everyone's asleep just to play. And when they get on my nerves I unplug their connection but I don't want that as my only solution)

Could it be my phone? Is it a problem with the filter or splitter??
I highly doubt it is because even without a dial tone we can still use our internet..

Could it be our modem?

Or could it really be a problem with my ISP?
Already called them 40 times (and counting) in 3 months just because of this problem.. and they told me if this problem still continues I should change my ISP..

off-topic
And also I went to my friend's house who has the same problem and saw him having 2 land line phones with the same number ( same line) is it illegal? If not is it the cause of ping problems?
post #18 of 19
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Well.. the technical team just left our house.. and still the problem persists. They told us that it's normal just as long as their is no RTO (request timed out)

Now I'm stuck with this problem with no help at all. If there's anyone of you who knows how to fix this problem please.. I really can't stand it.

Our set up

Zyxel p660r (autovolt) --> D-Link Dir615 --> PC/Laptop/phone (1k ping when loading a video on youtube)

or

Zyxel p660r (autovolt) --> my pc (700ms when loading same video on youtube)

Please help..
Edited by Howisthisgoingtowork - 8/14/11 at 12:25am
post #19 of 19
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Could it be my modem overheating?? I'm running out of ideas..
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