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    [Router] Packet loss normal? ( 40-50% )

    Hello Speedguide,

    I am slowly despairing to find a solution for the problem. I have already contacted my internet provider but it did not work.
    My Problem is i have Issues with Hit detection ( Hitreg ) since i moved from my old place. Even Tweaks are not helping, not even 1%.

    When i shot at someone the most time it feels like more then 60% is gone lose on the way.(Not only CSGO all Online Games)
    Or sometimes Shots are not registered from Server. ( I clearly saw it when i shot at the Window in CSGO like 3-4 Times and the Window is not broken i only see Bulletshole or when i Shot at the Chicken i see Bloodpattern on )
    Other Game, i was shooting someone Close Distance with Shotgun in the Head normaly instant dead, but my friend was Spectating me and said, i didnt even shot at him on his end. ? WTF

    I Found out that PingPlotter and WINMrt showes me Packetloss on my Router, like 40-60%.

    Is it normal, i asked in ISP Forum and they Said its normal because ICMP Packets got blocked from Router, but now i dont believe it. Because i cant find any Solution for that Problem and i was testing it with 2 PCs both PCs Router has Packetloss and i
    tried 4 Different Routers with Differents Cables, same Issue. So now what? Is something wrong? Or not?

    WinMRT:



    PingPlotter


    Router DSL Information:


    DSLReports:
    http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest/42753069

    Line:
    http://www.dslreports.com/pingtest/2.../3497999?r=279

    Traceroute with UDP:


    Btw. I asked technician when he checked my Line. He Only did Down/Upload Speedtest and checked FEC Error with a Device on my Phone Port. WOW
    About PingPlotter he said he has no Idea about it.

    Sorry for my bad English
    Last edited by st1cky; 12-05-18 at 02:49 PM.

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    ICMP Pings have lower priority, and it is entirely possible that they are being discarded. You are not experiencing 40-60% packet loss.
    Your line attenuation seems fine too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip View Post
    ICMP Pings have lower priority, and it is entirely possible that they are being discarded. You are not experiencing 40-60% packet loss.
    Your line attenuation seems fine too.
    Hey Phil,
    What is happening when you switch ICMP to UDP and Traceroute?
    I got Packet Lose with UDP on some HOPS . Now i have no Packet Loss anymore with ICMP since 1:00am-5:50am and i didnt change anything.

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    Hi st1cky

    ICMP is usually given lower priority, and packets are dropped by some routers/nodes if they are deemed to be sent "too oftern" (ping flood), or, if the device is currently busy/congested by higher priority traffic.

    UDP is a "stateless" protocol, in other words packets have no ACK (delivery confirmation), so you don't know whether they have been received or not.

    TCP on the other hand has ACK - acknowledgements of received packets, delivery confirmation and retransmissions, so it is used for traceroutes in some OSes by default instead of ICMP (Linux).

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