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Start there Sep 24, 2012 #12 Marty9231 TS Booster Topic Starter Posts: 142 That gives me "192.168.1.254" but typing that in my browsers address bar gives me nothing. windows-7 networking ping share|improve this question asked Sep 5 '12 at 8:42 Antriel 10614 Are you using a QoS on the router or any form of load balancing? –Dave Your case is like this and I would advise you just change YOUR router's address to 10.0.0.1 which will give you CASE-1 above Sep 24, 2012 #7 jobeard TS Ambassador Press the reset and hold it for 5-10seconds Disconnect from the A/C power, wait 30seconds connect your system to your router and then power on your router. this contact form

This is making me more and more confused... I have eliminated many of the variables: got a new router, got a new modem, tried a wifi adapter, tried ethernet cable. I also figured that even the most intense of downloading wouldn't completely shutdown the internet for everyone else for like 7 hours straight. And what exactly would this do for me?

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If not unique, then the two DHCP could both handout the same IP address and create conflicts. If it's out of sight it would mean it's only connected through WiFi though. If I'm able to remove, then change, then re-attach the router, things are much easier. P.S.

TechSpot is a registered trademark. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. There is a single cable coming out the modem (excluding the power cable, btw) which is a regular UTP cable leading directly to 'port 1' on the router. High Ping Wired Connection I just wasn't sure if the coax cable could be causing my high ping.

Source to Here This Node/Link Hop RTT Lost/Sent = Pct Lost/Sent = Pct Address 0 192.168.1.35 0/ 100 = 0% | 1 --- 100/ 100 =100% 100/ 100 =100% 192.168.1.254 0/ Ethernet Ping Spikes While I was uploading the picture for this thread, my ping spiked up massively for a very short while. When you said that the cable modem plugs into one of the normal switchports that's when I realized what was happening. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3129967/ping-high-connected-router-ethernet-cable.html Everything OUTSIDE the game seemed fine.

Check with your landlord or network admin about getting the router config'd as it needs to be, which is to be config'd just as a wireless switch. High Ping With Ethernet Cable However, after seeing these results I checked the router (rangemax) webpage again (192.168.1.10) and I got a login window like last time. From the top; There are only two network devices (that I know of) and they are the modem and the router. You'd probably think extreme would be between 50-300, but mine is more like 30-4000.

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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Is it possible that just by being turned on and being connected to the network it is doing something wrong? High Ping Ethernet Run tracert 8.8.8.8 again and the first IP address shown is YOUR router. High Ping To Router Wireless I have used pingtest, cmd ping, and other games on WiFi and LAN and the results have been the usual low ping results.

I've noticed this when I reset it, but when I tried putting the cable in the regular 'internet input' port there was no internet at all, no idea why. weblink I'm using the "ping -t google.com" command in cmd to check my average ping, to see whenever it spikes. Anything else, it is beyond your control. By NIC do you mean my network card? Lag On Wired Connection

To be sure the tracert doesn't show old values, I'll tracert again later tonight and post the results. This should work and even still give WiFi support. http://www.pingtest.net/result/7793745.png ^^ thats my problem PS. navigate here Concretely driver for RTL8168E, while (as far as I can say) the actual NIC is RTL8167.

I'm not sure, never seen it before. Tp Link Ping Spikes And it isn't the only router I have tried. #4 Yui View Profile View Posts 29 Jan, 2015 @ 6:49pm Originally posted by JadonG 2.0:I am generally the only one requiring Issue A: Multiple routers creating multiple subnets: Given-case-1: Code: isp===modem/router (192.168.1.1) | + --- user's router#1 (192.168.2.1) | + --- user's router#2 (192.168.3.1) ..

On my second try at tracert, the pingtime on the local router listed this: 1 182ms 171ms 64ms 192.168.1.254 It clearly shows a fluctuation in the 3 pingtimes to the local

All rights reserved. Added is a snapshot from the cmd ping history. What do you think of this? High Ping Modem Why would they allow me 100% access while trying to 'mess with me' at the same time...?

Would you mind explaining what you mean by cable? The only moments I did have complete access to the internet with normal ping (20-60) was in the very early morning (~7:30) and the late evening (~23:30). Given-case-2: Code: isp===modem/routerA (192.168.1.1) --- routerB (192.168.1.254) Regardless of wired/wifi, any system attached to either of these routers which requests DHCP will create a 'race' for the reply (the one that his comment is here It looked completely normal to me, except for one thing.

and these look MUCH BETTER !!! Sep 26, 2012 #25 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next > Similar Topics PSU voltage fluctuations.... All times are poor even the 16ms to hit the local router !!! Also, does the fact that the regular 'internet in' port on the router isn't working mean that the router is broken?

I'll add a picture so you can see for yourself. However, today starting in the afternoon, things became like they were before. Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize Any help with solving this problem is more than welcome.

Sep 25, 2012 #14 Marty9231 TS Booster Topic Starter Posts: 142 and these look MUCH BETTER !!!Click to expand... Extremely high ping when connecting through my router.... Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... I'd consider a different cable first, then replace the NIC.

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