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Improve package loss pinging?

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I got this situation

Not software consuming bandwidth, no router, no trojan, no virus.

Just wireless connection from my ISP (my ISP gives my internet via Wireless, I receive the signal from the anthena and with a fiber cable to my network)
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Change the -w ( being the switch for timeout period ) to something a little larger, see if you are timing out because of fluctuations or because of actual packet loss.

Being on a shared medium that can ONLY communicate in one direction at a time will already add a lot of fluctuation, Multiply that by the number of people communicating on that same frequency channel and you've got a train wreck.
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Change the -w ( being the switch for timeout period ) to something a little larger, see if you are timing out because of fluctuations or because of actual packet loss.

Being on a shared medium that can ONLY communicate in one direction at a time will already add a lot of fluctuation, Multiply that by the number of people communicating on that same frequency channel and you've got a train wreck.

its actual package loss I'm playing a game and the game stucks, and I swap and see the package being loss so... don't worry its a REAL package loss.

Well yes wireless stuff think its the issue here and it really bothers me, its almost 90% of the reason of the issue, I don't know if there is a way to test in some way the onboard network to check if its working right, cuz I don't have another network connection or another device to connect it to.
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