Hi, I think the BBQM is great, but I don't really know what's going on here. The max latency increases on a daily basis on my cable broadband connection. If I restart my router, the max latency drops to a reasonable level. I've received a replacement router, thinking the router was faulty, but I still have the same problem.
BQM does not show just your connection, but the effect that congestion can have on your connection, and if you look closely the blue and yellow areas get worse around when kids get home from school, suggesting a lot of usage in your area, i.e. congestion
Thanks for the response. But I don't think it's a congestion issue. If I restart the router, the graph immediately goes back to "normal", suggesting that it is the router rather than other people using the same cabinet or whatever.
I restarted the router an hour or so ago - you can see how the graph immediately changed
If post restart of the router that link was otherwise idle still not a very good graph.
After a reboot has the IP address Virgin give you changed, or are tracert's different at all?
Also if using the superhub, is there any DoS type protection enabled, as this may give ping/ICMP responses a low priority.
Put it this way, your graph is not a normal pattern, and don't see identical with lots of other VM users.