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Wireless Router - Losing Connection, Very Low Speeds - Cause?? Test Results

Looking for answers to an ongoing problem with wireless internet through Time Warner (TWC). There have been 5 technicians out and they can't figure it out. I found a link on this forum suggesting ...
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How to fight network latency and jitter issues on Wifi?

I'm having problems with my Wifi connection. I did a test on PingTest.net with the following results: Packet Loss: 0% Ping: 103ms Jitter: 29ms Same test but from another machine on the network ...
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Troubleshooting “bursty” network traffic

I've been having a problem with my Internet connection ever since moving to San Francisco, and it's driving me absolutely up the wall. After using my network connection for anywhere between five and ...
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High latency/ping to local gateway WHILE STREAMING [wireless] [duplicate]

Recently I've become fed up with my wireless internet and want to identify the problem. I don't have a patch cord yet to test a direct connection but so far every computer I've tested has reported ...
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High latency/ping to local gateway WHILE STREAMING [wireless]

Recently I've become fed up with my wireless internet and want to identify the problem. I don't have a patch cord yet to test a direct connection but so far every computer I've tested has reported ...
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Having trouble streaming music over my WLAN through iTunes and Apple TV

My wife recently purchased me Apple TV for Xmas and I am trying to set it up so it can access my music over a wireless network and I am experiencing network latency issues when trying to stream music ...
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Very high latencies with WiFi

We bought a new WiFi router / ADSL modem at home (Asus DSL-N55U-B) and the wifi connection occasionally has very high latencies (up to 20 seconds, versus most common 25 miliseconds when pinging google ...
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Wi-Fi very slow except for when another computer uses it

We recently moved to a new home in a new state, with a new ISP. I'm a software guy, and I work from home frequently through the vpn, so I ordered the fastest connection they have. Everything works ...
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Negative ping time?

This is the first time I've seen this and I'm not sure what it means; 64 bytes from 74.125.93.99: icmp_seq=6233 ttl=53 time=545.493 ms 64 bytes from 74.125.93.99: icmp_seq=6234 ttl=53 time=776.093 ...
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Latency of WiFi router

My current gaming desktop is connected to router via few meters of class 5 UTP. But I have to move it to another room, and I'm reluctant to drill holes in the wall to get cables trough. Currently I ...
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Fixing bufferbloat in home network

In our home network, with continuous network IO happening latencies get ridiculous. It's fine with light loads but quickly becomes unusable if I'm, say, rsyncing a large number of small files, --other ...
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626 views

high latency pings to router

I am using a wireless network, wondering why when pinging the router I sometimes get high pings. shouldn't the time be <1ms all the time?
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What configuration tweaks do I need to do to my Wi-Fi base station to get minimum latency?

I am developing a specialized screen sharing solution. The requirements call for it to: Work over a Wi-Fi LAN network. provide minimum latency and jitter. I did all I know how to do on the ...
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ASIO low latency audio problems with wireless networking

I use my laptop to run virtual instruments that I control with a MIDI keyboard. For this reason I need very low latency audio. I use a Roland EDIROL UA-1EX, a pretty basic USB 2.0 audio device which ...
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DPC latency spikes every 60 seconds related to Dell 1515 (atheros) WLAN

I'm getting DPC latency spikes every 60 seconds related to Dell 1515 (atheros) WLAN. If you turn off the wireless card, the spikes go away. If you disable wireless autodiscovery, they go away. I've ...