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Hello. I have some weird case with my wlan. My pc wlan is terrible with random lag spikes. 

example when pinging google :
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=28ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=26ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=58ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=42ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=23ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=586ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=1192ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=1270ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=1200ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=1011ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=766ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=702ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=295ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=694ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=214ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=65ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=168ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=128ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=154ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=363ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=610ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=44ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=45ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=32ms TTL=114
Antwort von 172.217.21.195: Bytes=32 Zeit=39ms TTL=114 

 

I can connect a hotspot from mobile from exactly same network and its better that way
if u have any tips or advice pls tell me its rly annoying. 
if u need any more info pls tell me

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5 minutes ago, RotatoGonzaless said:

wlan

Well, there it is.

Pretty normal with wifi, it's a problem inherent to that technology, even if you're next to the router you'll have spikes and high latency. Try using a cable.

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It depends on your router,wiring,local infrastructure, and ISP.

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Do you have multiple signals which could interfere with each other like other wifi networks?

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4 minutes ago, Caroline said:

Well, there it is.

Pretty normal with wifi, it's a problem inherent to that technology, even if you're next to the router you'll have spikes and high latency. Try using a cable.

i used lan also and same problem

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Just now, Kerbalino said:

Do you have multiple signals which could interfere with each other like other wifi networks?

how do i see that? should i send u a screen of my fritzbox signal range or so

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3 minutes ago, Vishera said:

It depends on your router,wiring,local infrastructure, and ISP.

should i send some infos here??? like ipconfig or so idk

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Just now, RotatoGonzaless said:

i used lan also and same problem

Do you control your own router and modem?

If so, we can look into the settings within the firmware and ensure everything is working right

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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Just now, RotatoGonzaless said:

how do i see that? should i send u a screen of my fritzbox signal range or so

Your Windows wifi network settings would show you all the networks in range. If there are a ton, it can interfere with a clean signal

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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Just now, Radium_Angel said:

Do you control your own router and modem?

If so, we can look into the settings within the firmware and ensure everything is working right

yes i do if u want information i can screenshot everything

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Just now, Radium_Angel said:

Your Windows wifi network settings would show you all the networks in range. If there are a ton, it can interfere with a clean signal

yes there is  a ton...when i change my wifi adapter settings i can minimze them to 2 other networks. the problem remains tho

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Just now, RotatoGonzaless said:

yes i do if u want information i can screenshot everything

Let's start with router model. When was the last time (if ever) you updated the firmware?

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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1 minute ago, RotatoGonzaless said:

how do i see that? should i send u a screen of my fritzbox signal range or so

Not really needed, but the easiest way to see that is to check the amount of available wireless networks on your WLAN list and also checking their signal strength.

 

2 minutes ago, RotatoGonzaless said:

should i send some infos here??? like ipconfig or so idk

What kind of contract do you have with your IPS? What is your advertised download and upload rate and what kind of connection do you have (cable, LTE, fiber, ...)?

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Just now, Radium_Angel said:

Let's start with router model. When was the last time (if ever) you updated the firmware?

fritzbox 6940 cable FRITZ!OS: 07.12 it should be on newest update 

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3 minutes ago, Caroline said:

Well, there it is.

Pretty normal with wifi, it's a problem inherent to that technology, even if you're next to the router you'll have spikes and high latency. Try using a cable.

It will happen if you buy cheap router and Wi-Fi card,

I happen to have high end Wi-Fi setup,

I have a 4x4 Wi-Fi card,with a 3x3 router and an individual line to my ISP.

The ping to the router through Wi-Fi is 2ms,and to the server that OP used the highest is 58,also consider that i don't live near that server.

 

My Wi-Fi card is the Asus PCE-AC88,I can download at 1Gb/s without any problems.

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1 minute ago, RotatoGonzaless said:

fritzbox 6940 cable FRITZ!OS: 07.12 it should be on newest update 

Ok, as what @Kerbalino said, list the specs of your ISP, advertised speeds, etc. That will be a good baseline to start with.

Also, how old is your fritzbox, and how long have you had these issues?

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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3 minutes ago, Kerbalino said:

Not really needed, but the easiest way to see that is to check the amount of available wireless networks on your WLAN list and also checking their signal strength.

 

What kind of contract do you have with your IPS? What is your advertised download and upload rate and what kind of connection do you have (cable, LTE, fiber, ...)?

vdsl 100mbit download and i think 50 upload or so..100 mbit download safe tho vodafone

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Just now, Vishera said:

,I can download at 1Gb/s without any problems.

Can I move in with you? MY connection speed is merely 100Mbps

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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Just now, Radium_Angel said:

Can I move in with you? MY connection speed is merely 100Mbps

We will play LAN and online games all day on my awesome Wi-Fi.

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2 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

Ok, as what @Kerbalino said, list the specs of your ISP, advertised speeds, etc. That will be a good baseline to start with.

Also, how old is your fritzbox, and how long have you had these issues?

i should add i switched to 5ghz cause i read its faster...my connection fot worse so i changed back to 2.4 ghz. the issues are rly rly old and still there.mostly we thought its vodafones fault but then i checked with lan cable and it mostly seems its our fault

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1 minute ago, Radium_Angel said:

Can I move in with you? MY connection speed is merely 100Mbps

I have to be lucky just to get close to 100Mbps lol

 

2 minutes ago, RotatoGonzaless said:

vdsl 100mbit download and i think 50 upload or so..100 mbit download safe tho vodafone

Are you using an AP and connecting your PC with that one?

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6 minutes ago, RotatoGonzaless said:

should i send some infos here??? like ipconfig or so idk

What Wi-Fi card do you have on your PC?

What router do you have?

Do you have Optic fiber or ADSL?

What is your internet plan?

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Just now, Kerbalino said:

I have to be lucky just to get close to 100Mbps lol

 

Are you using an AP and connecting your PC with that one?

Realtek 8812BU W-LAN 802.11ac-USB-NIC thats how i connect. its up to date
 

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(props to google for that server we're testing with, pinging from North America and I'm getting this consistency)
 

PING 172.217.21.195 (172.217.21.195) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=1 ttl=110 time=149 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=2 ttl=110 time=149 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=3 ttl=110 time=149 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=4 ttl=110 time=149 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=5 ttl=110 time=149 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=6 ttl=110 time=149 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=7 ttl=110 time=148 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=8 ttl=110 time=149 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=9 ttl=110 time=148 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=10 ttl=110 time=149 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.21.195: icmp_seq=11 ttl=110 time=149 ms

vsdl should be a good thing, cable is the bane of my existence and I am glad it is gone from my personal setup. 

 

I guess we should get this out of the way: are you using only the ISP-provided device to do everything (router, access point, switch, etc)? Or do you have more devices in your network? If so, you should mention those, and tell us where in the network they are w/ respect to the PC you're testing with (e.g. is the PC directly wired into the router, going through switches, etc). Sadly, I suspect getting into configuration settings will be necessary, which is always the hardest online since you can't sit beside someone and live explain what each setting is

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I don't have a problem...

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Just now, Vishera said:

What Wi-Fi card do you have on your PC?

What router do you have?

Do you have Optic fiber or ADSL?

What is your internet plan?

1.) Realtek 8812BU W-LAN 802.11ac-USB-NIC 
2.) fritzbox 6490 cable 
3.) eeeh whats that if u mean how the internet is connected to us its rly cheap 
4.) 100mbit down 50 up i think vodafone plan. 
 

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