Here is what used to be an average day for my ping results:
My Broadband Ping Before Power Saving
...then I decided to automatically put my computer into standby every night at 1am and wake it up at 7am in order to make a 25% power saving. I wasn't expecting this result though:
My Broadband Ping After Power Saving
When my computer is off I seem to get extreme packet loss and increased latency. I have a VM SuperHub in modem-only mode connected to my router running DD-WRT. Other than the machine I put to sleep each night I have no other computers connected to the router. I do have a few other devices connected:
Several SqueezeBox internet radios
A SIP based VOIP ATA
A PopcordnHour NMT media player
I think my next step will be to find some time to test with all of these devices unplugged repeating tests after plugging one device in at a time but I don't really understand why one of these devices would cause the effects I'm seeing.
In the meantime, can anyone shed any light on what may be going on?
This issue isn't causing me any problems - I'd just like to know what is going on.