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usually my ping is 150-180 in NQ3, has recently risen to 230-300 (this last 2 weeks, besides a lot lag), my connection is the same as always, I played with this ping, but is not fun, I would appreciate some suggestions as to lose this huge ping, I tried changing the rate but nothing.

 

I know it's not a server problem, for the same reason I do not post in tracker, anyway I publish my measurements of WinMTR after 15 minutes of measurement

 

any suggestions?

 

grateful

 

^Sato

 

 

P.S: I'm not downloading anything when I play (not porn :lol ), I do not keep pages open, only xfire

 

 

 

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Have you tried to restart modem to start with most obvious?



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yes, I've tried, thanks for the suggestion



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If it isn't your router (any possibility of testing another router?) then contact your ISP - from your WinMTR report it's clear that there's some serious bottlenecking going on right from the offset.. So much packet loss!



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Try to unplug the network cable and plug it back appropriately to see if any improvement. I had this scenario few days ago, and I removed the network cables, plugged it back. After restarting the router, my ping went back to normal, maybe it would work for you.






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