08-16-2012 03:53 AM
For the past week I've been experiencing some pretty consistent packet loss, and a lot of high ping/jitter which then leads to a complete disconnect for 10min or more. I replaced the modem with a new one, and the issue has not been resolved. Here is a pingtest I just did: http://www.pingtest.net/result/68097072.png
I'm using a Motorola SB5101U. and here is the information from my modem's signal page if that is useful to anyone: http://i.imgur.com/fuOx9.jpg
I also have the modem paired with a Linksys E2500 router, but the issues did not resolve by directly connecting to the modem so I don't think the router is an issue.
08-16-2012 03:59 AM
Also, here is a screenshot of me pinging google.com 50 times while having some issues (right after posting this actually). I marked the high pings for easier viewing. Usually I'm getting a lot of packet loss, followed by a disconnect, but that is not present in the pingtest i posted in the original post, or here while pinging google.
08-16-2012 08:10 AM
Your downstream signal level is pretty low, but not that bad. Typically that modem would operate just fine at those levels, but the levels could easily be fluctuating enough to knock you off line. Most likely you have a wiring problem between the tap and your modem.
08-16-2012 10:44 PM
I had not had any problems all day, but about an hour ago I suspected the quality was diminishing and the ping test confirms it: http://www.pingtest.net/result/68133938.png
The packet loss appears to no longer be an issue; The last time I saw it was about 3 days ago. but now it has been replaced by this very high ping.
08-17-2012 12:15 AM
What could the wiring problem be, exactly? A bad coaxial cable from the modem to the wall or a bad wiring in the house itself?
FWIW, that would be an impossible question to answer remotely by someone who is on the internet and can only be assessed by an actual onsite physical intervention.
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