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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 01:49 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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    it looks like you have the problem with puma6/7 chip thats why tve high jitter

    sry didnt saw that the thread is nearly 2 years old haha

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    Weren't most of those Puma 6/7 Cable modems? Here is a list of Puma 6 modems

    ARRIS CM3200
    ARRIS DG1660
    ARRIS DG1670
    ARRIS DG2460
    ARRIS DG2470
    ARRIS DG3260
    ARRIS DG3270
    ARRIS DG3450
    ARRIS SBG10
    ARRIS SB6190
    ARRIS SBG6950AC2
    ARRIS SBG7400AC2
    ARRIS SBG7580AC
    ARRIS SBG7600AC2
    ARRIS SBG8300
    ARRIS SBV2402
    ARRIS SBV3202
    ARRIS SVG2482AC
    ARRIS T25
    ARRIS TG1652
    ARRIS TG1662
    ARRIS TG1672
    ARRIS TG1682
    ARRIS TG2472
    ARRIS TG3452
    ARRIS TM1602
    ARRIS TM3402
    ASUS CM-32
    Hitron CDA3
    Hitron CDA3-35
    Hitron CGN3
    Hitron CGNM-2250
    Hitron (CGNM) CGNM-2252
    Hitron CGNVM-2559
    Hitron CGNM-3550
    Hitron CGNM-3552
    Hitron CGNVM-3580
    Hitron CGNVM-3582
    Hitron CGNVM-3589
    Hitron CODA-45
    Hitron CODA-4502
    Hitron CODA-4580
    Hitron CODA-4582
    Hitron CODA-4589
    Hitron CODA-46
    Hitron CODA-4602
    Hitron CODA-4680
    Hitron CODA-4682
    Hitron CODA-4689
    Hitron CODA-47
    Hitron CODA-4702
    Hitron CODA-4780
    Hitron CODA-4782
    Hitron CODA-4789
    Linksys CG6350
    Linksys CG7500
    Linksys CM3016
    Linksys CM3024
    NETGEAR C6300
    NETGEAR C6300v2
    NETGEAR C6300BD
    NETGEAR CBR40
    NETGEAR CM700
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