Hello, I'm having issues with my latency and I think I know the cause. Today while trying things to fix the problem, I stumbled upon this page in my router telling how many open sessions each connected device currently has. On my network, there are 2 connected devices, both are pc's. One (mine) has a wired connection, while the other (roommate) has a wireless connection. My amount of open sessions ranges from ~50 to ~100 (with peaks to ~300), while my roommate has ~500 to ~900 (with peaks to 999). I read up on the internet, and came to the conclusion that this is not good. I also read that these issues are often spyware/virus related. There is only one problem in fully determining the cause: I don't have any access to my roommates' computer. If I'm sure of the cause, I can alert him about it, but otherwise there's nothing I can do about his end. One last thing I read about it was that the router may also be doing something wrong with the sessions, but I don't quite understand what that was. Something about 'keeping' old sessions or something, maybe someone else knows more about this. Any help would be massively appreciated, Marty P.S. I ran "CurrPorts" on my computer when about 70 sessions were running, and it came up with a list of around 15 'unkown' processes, 40 'system' processes and 15 'chrome' processes.