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My Connection flow is:
One IPS --> One Router --> Four PCs

Ping Result :
PC 1 = 30+
PC 2 = 30+
PC 3 = 30+
PC 4 = 300+ to 400+

Connected via cat5E ethernet cables.

I've tried to swap the cable of PC 3 and PC 4, the ping results are the same.

Additional info : When i switch on my PC 4, if i did the ping test af fast as i've logged into the window, i get a ping of 30+, but after few minutes, its always at least 300+.

Please help.
 

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Try checking background programs. There might be some program eating into your bandwidth. And try a bit of registry tweaks to see if the ping lowers down.
 

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Use Resource Monitor to see if anything is eating traffic.
You could also try to update NIC drivers.

If it 'takes a while to kick in' it's probably some sort of background software or malware.
 

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You can see network usage via Resource monitor. (start -> all programs -> accessories -> system tools -> resource monitor).

 

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Originally Posted by Alex132 View Post

You can see network usage via Resource monitor. (start -> all programs -> accessories -> system tools -> resource monitor).



This is how my resource monitor looks like, May i know where is the problem?
Unless there is something running on that machine that isn't on the others and that is using resources, I don't see what program could be causing a problem.

Try reinstalling/installing/updating your NIC drivers as suggested above.
 
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