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I'm having connectivity problems with my "ISP?

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I thought that I was saturating my bandwidth but think its not after they raise it, I keep losing packages to the ISP gateway that I always ping with a single x.x.x.x -t command. I have had my router flashed with the lastest firmware since almost I have it I couldn't think it as a problem but I don't know if its the router that is giving me this problems. Support me guys. I have DIR-655 xtreme (router). I have already scanned with malwarebytes antivirus but nothing found. UPDATED my windows to the lastest recommended updates. I've just swap the connection between the router and directly to the desktop lan. UPDATED whole computer drivers to the lastest versions...

So maybe you would like to recommend me something to test with this..

UPDATE:

See how I keep losing packages to the isp gateway while watching I was not losing any pinging to the router

[disable]Always Broadcast
If all the computers on the LAN successfully obtain their IP addresses from the router's DHCP server as expected, this option can remain disabled. However, if one of the computers on the LAN fails to obtain an IP address from the router's DHCP server, it may have an old DHCP client that incorrectly turns off the broadcast flag of DHCP packets. Enabling this option will cause the router to always broadcast its responses to all clients, thereby working around the problem, at the cost of increased broadcast traffic on the LAN

MTU set to default (1500) from (1470)

Keep having freezes I'll keep monitoring hoping not to have a 3 package losts to the isp provider gateway (result, same issue just 3 package lost 1 response then another lost and the connection recovers :S).


Edited by Overclocker.Monster - 3/21/13 at 5:02pm
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Change the MTU to what your ISP specifies. 1500 is for cable/fibre. DSL is often 1496 or some other lower number.

change your dns to an open dns server or to google dns.

Perhaps your ISP is just having issues.
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Change the MTU to what your ISP specifies. 1500 is for cable/fibre. DSL is often 1496 or some other lower number.

change your dns to an open dns server or to google dns.

Perhaps your ISP is just having issues.

Is an OPTIC FIBER connection from the anthena to the computer, no dsl modem or something like that.

About the DNS I constantly ping the ISP gateway it not a navigation problem from the DNS directly cuz I see the package loss to the gateway.

When I arrived home, I saw that the ping stopped answering to the ISP gateway so I rebooted the modem and it worked again.
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Your modem is dieing. get a new one from your isp.
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Your modem is dieing. get a new one from your isp.

I don't have a modem, its optic fiber its just a cable that goes to the router.. frown.gif
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Your modem is dieing. get a new one from your isp.

I don't have a modem, its optic fiber its just a cable that goes to the router.. frown.gif

its a modem/router.
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