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Could well be some external stuff, like perhaps a botnet, is probing the cameras, and the cameras are getting all confused about how to respond?
What? You're suggesting a group of infected computers are probing his IP cameras which in turn would be causing his WAN connection to experience higher then average latency and jitter?

If the cameras themselves are not uploading any data and only streaming their UDP feeds to a monitoring device on his LAN then his overall WAN connection issue is being caused by something taking up resources on either his router, or somewhere out in lala land in the great white cloud.
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What kind of cameras do you have?
Are they on their own subnet?
Do you get the same behavior with only one or two on?
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What is the Duplex setting set to? That is usually the biggest routing issue I see; frequently our switches will be set to "auto negotiation" while the client causing issues with be set to "full" or or "half". This kind of duplex mismatch can be quite a pain, and unless you are using a managed switch, you will not get any kind of warning.

Set them all to "Auto negotiation"
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Not sure what the issue was but managed to fix it. I just reset all the cameras/router to factory defaults and set it up again from scratch.

Didn't exactly know how to set them up the first time so I tried a lot of different things, and probably left some bad settings behind.

Regardless, it all works now and with 0% packet loss. Thanks for all the input though, greatly appreciated.
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