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Massive Packet Loss Comcast.

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Hellsscope, Jul 16, 2012.

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  1. Hellsscope

    Hellsscope Thread Starter

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    This is really starting to irritate me. This has been going on for the last week on and off, me internet will just bog down to dial up speeds, and I will get massive packet drop for hours on end.

    I have: msconfig'd services on and off to test for a broken service, changed router password, switched from dynamic to static IP's, enabled and disabled spi firewall/software firewall, enabled and disabled upnp, clean booted modem and router.

    I am at a lose as to what to do, it won't even let me connect to my modem to check signal levels, which were fixed by comcast about 6 months ago anyways.

    Pingtest and speedtest all show 0% packet loss and A+ across the board ever time, only long tests like the line test show it, also the ling test reports 100% loss for medium and high bandwidth streams, but that has always been the case.

    Pic: http://oi48.tinypic.com/xszvc.jpg

    I am at a loss as to what to do it seems like basic internet browsing is fine until I connect to Steam/AIM/Vent/ and any game, as a gamer this is pretty much making my days after work as boring as possible.

    Any help will be appreciated, thank you.
     
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