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Packet loss and jitter again

Zerinth
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Registered: 30-12-2015

Packet loss and jitter again

Every so often i get this issue where i will get packet loss and jitter on the line. Ping is usually ok but it makes online gaming impossible.

It doesnt happen very often and it is usually late at night.  The last time it happened it just miraculously fixed itself after a couple of days. Just dno why it happens.

 

Ping Test

Moderator's note by Mike (Mav): Link fixed.

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Re: Packet loss and jitter again

Moderator's note by Mike (Mav)

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Zerinth
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Registered: 30-12-2015

Re: Packet loss and jitter again

Hi sorry i had no idea posts were moderated before posting on here.  I thought my thread had failed to post as i couldnt find it anywhere in my profile.

 

Anyway i posted my concern in my original thread (to save on space)  you can lock or delete this if you want thanks.

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Re: Packet loss and jitter again

@Zerinth

Posts aren't moderated before appearing. Sometimes the Spam Filter is a little over-cautious about links.

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Re: Packet loss and jitter again

Moderator's note by Mike (Mav)

Thread locked in favour of https://community.plus.net/t5/Fibre-Broadband/Persistent-Packet-Loss-problems/m-p/1421481#M57237 by request of OP.

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