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133.hiper04.sheff.dial.plus.net.uk dropping packets

gezb
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Posts: 4
Registered: ‎14-06-2015

133.hiper04.sheff.dial.plus.net.uk dropping packets

Hi

I've only just discovered this as while I was watching a youtube video it keeps buffering.

I ran an mtr test to youtube.com (results in attachment)

I've read somewhere else that "After testing the line, it appears to be banded to 35Mbps. This could be due to a recent network event where DLM hasn't increased it to the maximum for your provisioned product."

I'm just wondering if this could be my problem.

 

Any other ideas would be gratefully accepted.

 

TIA

GezB

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RichardB
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Registered: ‎19-11-2008

Re: 133.hiper04.sheff.dial.plus.net.uk dropping packets

Hi @gezb 

There is no packet loss on hop/node 3, just a node mostly not responding to being pinged.

Node 3 passed all the packets onto the subsequent nodes.

All the packets reached the destination node (9) as 0% loss is reported for node 9.

Regards

Richard

gezb
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Posts: 4
Registered: ‎14-06-2015

Re: 133.hiper04.sheff.dial.plus.net.uk dropping packets

Hi RichardB

Many thanks for the response, I have a couple of other tests to run and hope too get back to you soon.

 

Regards

Gez

gezb
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Registered: ‎14-06-2015

Re: 133.hiper04.sheff.dial.plus.net.uk dropping packets

Hi

After further testing I have to agree with RichardB,  there appears to be no problem with 133.hiper04.sheff.dial.plus.net.uk, however it still does not fix my problem with youtube buffering.

Setup

1 x Windows 10 Pro connected via ethernet to router

1 x Ubuntu Linux connected via ethernet to router

2 x Raspberry Pi connected via ethernet to router

All have the same issue buffering from youtube.

Router connected to FTTC 57Mb

I'm going to swap the router out and will advise.

 

Regards

Gez

gezb
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Posts: 4
Registered: ‎14-06-2015

Re: 133.hiper04.sheff.dial.plus.net.uk dropping packets

Swapped router over oddly enough with the same results.

Stumped now.......Hm........

 

Gez