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The lucky people have the access points, or routers directly in their dorm/apartments. The people who don't have the routers in their place, have wifi extenders. That is how the network is transmitted through each building. A router is in the same building as my desktop is, so not too far away from it... Like, 15 feet. Granted there's a floor in the way.

Right, my point then becomes, are we sure that that point is transmitting? I had an issue like this at one of our terminals a few weeks ago where we had a few AP's in the building all with the same network name (SSID), and they were on the one further away because the cable was busted.

It might be worth a peak to see if the lights are on, on the AP above you. As you likely know that wall is bad for signal especially if it has metal in it.
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Right, my point then becomes, are we sure that that point is transmitting? I had an issue like this at one of our terminals a few weeks ago where we had a few AP's in the building all with the same network name (SSID), and they were on the one further away because the cable was busted.

It might be worth a peak to see if the lights are on, on the AP above you. As you likely know that wall is bad for signal especially if it has metal in it.

The AP seems to be on and working.
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I got a reply from the help desk saying they do not know why.
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I got a reply from the help desk saying they do not know why.

What do the pings look like if you put the laptop next to the desktop?
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What do the pings look like if you put the laptop next to the desktop?

Desktop ranges from 1-450

Laptop ranges from 1-100
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Desktop ranges from 1-450

Laptop ranges from 1-100

Do you have a cell phone, or wireless mouse and keyboard next to your desktop?

If so try moving those away and repeating.
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Do you have a cell phone, or wireless mouse and keyboard next to your desktop?

If so try moving those away and repeating.

My peripherals besides the headset are all wired. My cell phone isn't remotely close to the desktop, so I doubt it's that... hm...
post #38 of 43
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I have a desktop, laptop, and PS4. I'm currently at a university. My laptop and PS4 get extremely low pings over WiFi. My laptop around 10-20, while who knows what the PS4 gets, but everything seems instantaneous on it. However, if I'm using my desktop over the wireless network I get an unstable, high pinged network.

If this happens only to 1 device that means you need to start looking into device. You can rule out windows/mac issues by either running live cd with linux or trying safe mode with networking if you're on windows.

Edit: LiveCD should be more viable as I am not sure windows in safe would actually load WiFi drivers.

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I literally don't know how these network admin's have jobs then because they are using Public ip addresses


Their real internal is found on google. You can't get into their secured network by just knowing ip range, if that what you mean.
Few reasons:
Students are allowed to have their own mail/ftp servers.
BANs/Blacklists
If you think why would their run those services on dhcp, you can request static IP when you move in.
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If this happens only to 1 device that means you need to start looking into device. You can rule out windows/mac issues by either running live cd with linux or trying safe mode with networking if you're on windows.

Their real internal is found on google. You can't get into their secured network by just knowing ip range, if that what you mean.
Few reasons:
Students are allowed to have their own mail/ftp servers.
BANs/Blacklists
If you think why would their run those services on dhcp, you can request static IP when you move in.

I do know that i can't get onto their network by just knowing the ip i get that, but isn't it bad practice to use public IP addresses?

Note i made the first statement to their network admins before i saw they owned that IP range. I thought they just made the internal some random Public range.
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I do know that i can't get onto their network by just knowing the ip i get that, but isn't it bad practice to use public IP addresses?

Note i made the first statement to their network admins before i saw they owned that IP range. I thought they just made the internal some random Public range.
Private networks are here because there's not enough public IP's for everyone, something that will be eliminated by ipv6.
We are not talking about university or some company servers that have public IP's, it's students with their pc's and no responsibility.
Imagine now 40.35.241.12 banned from oc.net and now imagine 40.34.0.0/255.255.0.0 banned. OR banned from some CoD server...
Same goes for blacklist on 1 IP vs Subnet.
Corporate network vs essentially public network.
Accessing university and/or external resources with "allowed by IP" security.

And OP problem most likely is in his software, otherwise it wouldn't matter which device he uses.
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