vegegegegegegitoJun 18, 2018, 1:00 PM Hello there, was wondering if anyone has any ideas of what might be causing this issue. Pinging Google via command prompt gets a ping of 1000ms and some game servers are the same making them unplayable. No answers Last reply Jun 18, 2018 More about 1000 ping random servers google related websites Ask a new question Read More Internet Service Providers Google Networking Servers … [Read more...] about 1000+ ping to random servers and Google related websites.
I have noticed a recently very annoying issue, that being that my ping has become very unstable, ranging from 39ms to 200+. I did a ping check to google.be (as I'm from Belgium) and got the following results:https://imgur.com/a/1ZIl129I'm using a powerline (TP-LINK) and it's fairly recent, have never had issues so I'm thinking it could be the router, but as far as I know, everything is normal..I also did a tracert to google.be (just to see if the problem was from my pc-router-server connection and turns out that after my main modem, the latency jump happens... does this mean that my ISP is causing this or the modem? [Referrences, all to the "google.be" ->] https://imgur.com/a/PL5EdA5 … [Read more...] about latency jitter [38…300+]
junii said: http://canyouseeme.org/ check if the ports are working here. I'd also suggest to have the highest internet speed too! ok thanks i tried it and both ports are said to be closed yet this is what my port forwarding screen looks likemaybe this is an issue with the ipv4 ip i'm using? … [Read more...] about Port Forwarding/ Bell Home Hub 3000
There has been several times in this life as a technology journalist when expanding my wireless network would have helped what I do. However, as is usually the case, my single wireless connection in my device is the one picking up the other Wi-Fi available, and cannot be used as an access point itself. Similarly, in a home, using a device to temporarily extend a wireless network for a better connection has obvious uses. Rivet Networks, the company behind the Killer networking controllers, now has the hardware and software in place for its Killer AC 1550 module to both connect to an access point and become an access point without an additional radio. Game TrafficVoIP (TeamSpeak, Discord)Video on Host MachineWeb Traffic, Unknown Traffic / Traffic from Guest MachinesUpdate services, HTTP DownloadsOther Downloads, Torrents With all the devices connected through the Killer PC, their traffic will default to a priority four, while the Killer PC will keep its priority levels for its traffic … [Read more...] about Killer xTend Goes Prime Time: Expanding the Wireless Network
Cable "1" should have a wall plate that is labeled "1" also. If not, you will have to trace it. Since you have a home with in-wall wiring, I recommend you get a tester like this -- https://www.amazon.com/Klein-VDV526-052-Scout-Junior-Tester/dp/B004CI9NRM It will let you trace your wiring with the remote device included. If the device you have is a modem/router, then you should be able to connect 4 cables to the router and activate 4 ports in the house. … [Read more...] about Question about Cat6
My mother has a "security camera" setup with about 5-6 mobile phones streaming data constantly all day long, this is most likely the issue. I had asked someone knowledgeable on computers and such, and he recommended I put the phones on a different "channel" or something like that. Can anyone help me do that? … [Read more...] about 600+ Ping spikes for 10 seconds in safe mode (Wired and Wireless, multiple devices)
(also postes in win 10 forum by mistake) I recently updated from 100/100 to 1000/1000. My computer is on the ethernet connection, CAT 6 cable. I have tried putting the exact same cable (changed nothing) into another computer, worked like a charm. I get the error message "windows could not automatically detect this network's proxy settings win10" Have tried resetting everything I know how to, and googled my way around following different guides. can't find the cause of the error. My motherboard is a Gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H Any ideas? … [Read more...] about 1000/1000 internet caps at 100/100
You bought the wrong type of router - - the D-LINK DIR-815 is designed for connecting to a cable or DSL modem, hence it has no DSL input. It's just a router (ie it doesn't have a built-in DSL modem for connecting to incoming ADSL phone line). Says clearly in the user manual that it requires • An Ethernet-based Cable or DSL modem https://eu.dlink.com/uk/en/-/media/consumer_products/dir/dir-815/manual/dir815a1manualuk.pdf What you should have bought instead was a combined ADSL router/modem if your intention was to replace the existing one provided by your ISP. … [Read more...] about BT PLUG to rj45 possible?
rapeears said: My games used to run really well, but now the cpu and gpu usage went up to 100% everytime i play a game. In RUST and FORTNITE i had 30% cpu usage and 40% gpu usage but now everytime i play a game both of them go up to 100%. At first everything was fine then my fortnite started to crash every second game and now it doesnt get past the main menu. Well the 100 percent usage is quite normal in games ! can u also list your specs ! … [Read more...] about My games used to run really well, but now the cpu and gpu usage went up to 100%
Huawei is a 31-year old company that has been competing very successfully against Cisco – especially outside the U.S. – in telecommunications and enterprise networking. In fact, by some analysts’ accounts Cisco and Huawei are the two companies battling it out over the Ethernet-switching world these days. IDC says Cisco’s Ethernet switching share rose about 7 percent and market share went to 57 percent, in the third quarter of 2017. Huawei, on the other hand did well, too, seeing its Ethernet switch revenue grow 14 percent year-over-year in the third quarter of 2017 for a market share of about 8 percent, up from 7 percent in 3Q16. … [Read more...] about 10 competitors Cisco just can’t kill off