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High Ping While Gaming And Twitch Streaming With New Router

Discussion in 'Networking' started by DylanD1440, Feb 27, 2017.

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  1. DylanD1440

    DylanD1440 Thread Starter

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    Before I had purchased a new router, due to it losing internet every 2-4 hours, I had a stable ping of about 30, and when streaming, it would be 50~. I have recently bought a Netgear "Nighthawk" AC1900, and ever since my ping has been on an unstable 60-80, and while streaming has been 120+. My download speed is usually 100+ mbps and my upload speed is around 8 mbps. I have read that my ISP (Suddenlink) might be the problem, but I am just dumbfounded. Any help is much appreciated.

    Trace Route:http://pastebin.com/9RBDXfYu
    The trace route IP is from a game of CSGO

    I tried contacting NetGear Support, but the poor lady didn't know what she was doing, and kept me running in circles over and over again. The only thing she suggested was to take it back and get a new one.

    I've tried Reddit, which only made other people dumbfounded about my situation, and just stated that on my Trace route, node 9 looks weird.

    I've tried so many different sites, and none have given me the definitive answer I am so desperately needing.

    If this doesn't work, I'll contact my ISP and see what's going on over there.

    My location is West Virginia
     
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