Ping issues in games and on and off packet loss

By benedrix
Oct 19, 2013
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  1. Hello there :D

    I am still having issues with my internet(my last thread:

    When im in games, its most noticeable in league of legends. I get lag where ill be clicking to move somewhere and it doesnt register for a few seconds. It lags in all my other games too and I disconnect in alot o f them. I fear it is packet loss. When I check for packet loss on teamspeak those top 3 numbers are all 0, other times the first and 3rd are 16% and other times there all similar numbers like u see in the picture. Ive done ping tests on and sometimes I get )% sometimes I get 1% and sometimes I get like 16%. On and off packet loss? I didnt think it was possible....what could be the problem? Faulty ethernet? bad router? because I havent a clue. Here is a pathping to google(theres 3) and a ics netlyzr test. these are from my computer, ill do some of other computers in my household too. I have removed some ip address for obvious reasons :D
    packet loss ..PNG
    ping ts.PNG
    packet loss.PNG ping test.PNG pintest 2nd.PNG this one was took about 3 mins after the 1st one
    hes a second one: for the same computer and another

    My Mums computer decided it doesnt like java and wont run ics netalyzr.

    My computer is on Ethernet but the laptop is on wifi.

    So, do you guys have any idea what is going on? is it my computer, the router or what? Any other info u need just ask.

    Thanks in advance :D

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  2. benedrix

    benedrix TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 20

    Anyone? :/
  3. St1ckM4n

    St1ckM4n TS Evangelist Posts: 3,480   +627

    Contact your ISP to open a case on your account. Say you have lag and packet loss.

    It could also be your modem or router. Replace with a spare and test, if possible.
    benedrix likes this.
  4. benedrix

    benedrix TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 20

    Hey stickman, thanks for the reply. Do I definetly have packet loss? on both computers ive tested?

    how likely is it that the issues with my internet are caused by a faulty ethernet or motherboard?
  5. St1ckM4n

    St1ckM4n TS Evangelist Posts: 3,480   +627

    Your tests indicate packet loss. The issue is just as likely to be faulty device as it is a fault with ISP. It doesn't cost anything to ring them up, so I'd start with that.

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