Hi, I've been experiencing packet loss recently at my location.
To measure it, I've used Wireshark and set a capture filter for TCP. Filtering that for retransmissions gives me 2.4% of all TCP packets -- so it's quite a large amount of loss.
That's downloading at around 10Mbit/s. At a less saturated rate of 1.5Mbit/s, loss is ~1%, which is still fairly high...
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I have found this happens on multiple computers, and have restarted my modem/router. I have not tried another modem/router, but I think I might have another one lying around somewhere...
I'll post another response once I've tested it on another router, and soon I'll also test it on different ports in my house.
I do not have a phone connected, but I am using an ADSL filter.
Thanks for sending me your details @adam1958,
We ran an initial test of your service and we've seen a minimal dropout caused by noise on the line. We made an adjustment to your connection for monitoring purposes, this is to eliminate the noise and to stabilize the connection.
Note: This change may affect the speed of your service for the mean time. We'll monitor your connection for the next 24-48hrs.
Let us know should you require further assistance.
Hi @adam1958 ,
Do you experience any latency issue the last 2 days? We monitored the connection it has been stable for 4d 20h 55m with no latency issue recorded.
Note: We'll change the connection settings of your service to the way it was, you may experience connection drop out today
Please confirm, we'll wait for your response. Cheers!
I think there is still a little bit of packet loss, but now the raw speed seems a bit faster, so I don't think any more changes to the connection are necessary... Thanks for the help anyways! It's not a huge problem.