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post #11 of 16
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it isn't my ISP that throttling me. its weird. sometimes my ping is just fine and sometimes its crazy. there is no pattern

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post #12 of 16
go get a monitoring software for yo traffic like i said.. that would be my first trace.
do you share your networt with someone else?
post #13 of 16
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go get a monitoring software for yo traffic like i said.. that would be my first trace.
do you share your networt with someone else?
You need to monitor your traffic like smex and I suggested. Watch it for a while, when the lagging starts. Cross check what processes/apps you have running that connect to the internet. If you have a wireless router then perhaps someone is piggybacking on your wifi

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post #14 of 16
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alright thanks guys. i downloaded wireshark

here is a quick screenshot. How do i check to see when it has the most traffic?



i did a quick search online, it says that the black colors are packets with problem. I have so many black colored packets.
Edited by brigas - 5/15/13 at 10:10pm
post #15 of 16
not sure.. your trend is for SYN, ACK issues which is where you receive an acknowledged packet from the FAR end for a request that was made as part of the 'three way handshake' and often your not getting a response from the far end but its clear other things are ok.

this 'could' possibly be a firewall issue with port blocking?


im not a 100%
post #16 of 16
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not sure.. your trend is for SYN, ACK issues which is where you receive an acknowledged packet from the FAR end for a request that was made as part of the 'three way handshake' and often your not getting a response from the far end but its clear other things are ok.

this 'could' possibly be a firewall issue with port blocking?


im not a 100%

I did a test at glastnost:

http://broadband.mpi-sws.org/transparency/glasnost.php

it said that one of my port was blocked. How would i fix that?
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