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Standard User radar
(regular) Sat 14-Dec-19 05:44:53
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Re: Packet Loss Still Happening With IDnet


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Don't know- haven't seen it mentioned, and can't find a 'live" BQM link.


Not getting it on Zen here.

https://www.thinkbroadband.com/broadband/monitoring/...

Standard User billford
(elder) Sat 14-Dec-19 09:46:00
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Thanks.

Those spikes of ~30% loss are interesting- I've been occasionally seeing similar over the last couple of weeks. Not correlated with yours so probably not related, and not worth getting excited about, but interesting nonetheless.

Bill
Standard User radar
(regular) Sat 14-Dec-19 15:51:52
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Thanks.

Those spikes of ~30% loss are interesting- I've been occasionally seeing similar over the last couple of weeks. Not correlated with yours so probably not related, and not worth getting excited about, but interesting nonetheless.


Bill those spikes are when the Draytek router rebooted, I have not yet found the reason for it rebooting occasionally. It could be the power supply but not tried replacing it yet. The modem is the Huawei HG612 and that does not reboot only the Draytek 2860 Vn-Plus.


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Standard User billford
(elder) Sat 14-Dec-19 16:07:22
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Bill those spikes are when the Draytek router rebooted, I have not yet found the reason for it rebooting occasionally. It could be the power supply but not tried replacing it yet. The modem is the Huawei HG612 and that does not reboot only the Draytek 2860 Vn-Plus.
Hmm, odd... thanks for the explanation, I'll have to look elsewhere for mine (if they get enough to bother with).

Bill
Standard User Andrue
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sat 14-Dec-19 20:39:23
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Re: Packet Loss Still Happening With IDnet


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All related to this https://forums.thinkbroadband.com/zen/t/4631553-what...

Each day i get more and more red spikes frown

My Broadband Ping
I think it might finally be fixed. No significant packet loss here all day.

https://www.thinkbroadband.com/broadband/monitoring/...

High latency is courtesy of Netflix smile

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Standard User billford
(elder) Sat 14-Dec-19 21:03:39
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I think it might finally be fixed. No significant packet loss here all day.igh latency is courtesy of Netflix smile
It's discernible on my IPv6 graph if you look closely- My Broadband Ping

IPv4 is essentially clear, but I want to see it through a normal working day before giving it the thumbs-up.

Bill
Standard User GonePostal
(member) Sat 14-Dec-19 21:27:26
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Still seeing the regular pattern on both IPv4 and IPv6 (although the amplitude is greatly reduced and you need to expand the graphs to see all of the "spikes").
Standard User Andrue
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sat 14-Dec-19 21:27:30
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In reply to a post by Andrue:
I think it might finally be fixed. No significant packet loss here all day.igh latency is courtesy of Netflix smile
It's discernible on my IPv6 graph if you look closely- My Broadband Ping

IPv4 is essentially clear, but I want to see it through a normal working day before giving it the thumbs-up.
Yeah there's a bit on my IPv6 but as that's pinging my email server I tend to ignore it.

https://www.thinkbroadband.com/broadband/monitoring/...

Interestingly my IPv4 ping seems worse (esp with that single big spike). Strange that. Maybe something to do with me streaming from Netflix at the time. I assume the router considers ICMP requests going to a local host to be more important than responding to the ones directed at itself.

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Edited by Andrue (Sat 14-Dec-19 21:29:10)

Standard User beefcakechipz
(learned) Sat 14-Dec-19 21:36:10
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Looking better but i also want to see it clear for 1-2 days before i get all excited about it being fixed.

My Broadband Ping

Edited by beefcakechipz (Sat 14-Dec-19 21:37:37)

Standard User billford
(elder) Sat 14-Dec-19 21:53:03
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Maybe something to do with me streaming from Netflix at the time.
Quite likely I'd think- increased traffic seldom improves anything tongue

Bill
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