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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have this weird problem with my internet connection. I have a stable ping, and then all of a sudden my ping jumps to 2000ms and back to normal. How does this happen and how can I fix it. I have done a few tracert and ping to google.com (in the file) Tracert and Ping.txt

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Are you on wireless? It could be that something is turned like a microwave that disrupts your signal.

If you're on wired you should contact your ISP to see if they see any problems.


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Try pinging your default gateway (192.168.123.1) to see if its an issue with your router / the wireless connection or an ISP / internet routing issue.

 

Also an MTR would be better than a traceroute in this case. On Windows, try the utility http://winmtr.net/. On Linux distros, you can just install MTR from the apt package manager with apt install mtr and then you can run the command mtr google.com and run it for like a minute (by default it goes through one cycle per second)


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On 12/8/2018 at 1:46 PM, Flappie02 said:

I do have wireless, but I've had it for a few years without any problems and now it acts weird

Thus is the nature of wireless.  All it takes is one neighbor getting a new device or wireless of their own on a clashing channel to cause problems.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 12/10/2018 at 2:37 AM, Cree340 said:

Try pinging your default gateway (192.168.123.1) to see if its an issue with your router / the wireless connection or an ISP / internet routing issue.

 

Also an MTR would be better than a traceroute in this case. On Windows, try the utility http://winmtr.net/. On Linux distros, you can just install MTR from the apt package manager with apt install mtr and then you can run the command mtr google.com and run it for like a minute (by default it goes through one cycle per second)

I ran it and this is what I got: MTR.TXT

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