recent packet loss

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Allen Jakes, Nov 28, 2006.

  1. Allen Jakes

    Allen Jakes Guest

    xp-sp2 all current updates; 2GB RAM; 2.4GHz core duo; cable modem, 15mbs
    down/5mbs up. intermittent packet loss. recent development on established
    connection. all mechanicals clean and tight. no AOL, not used for porn; only
    home email; no mass mail. all av, mal-scans show good. broadband reports
    tests good, no negative reports. no firewall alerts. any ideas?
    Allen Jakes, Nov 28, 2006
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  2. Allen Jakes

    Donald Guest

    "Allen Jakes" <allenjakes@not(junk)mail.com> wrote in message
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    > xp-sp2 all current updates; 2GB RAM; 2.4GHz core duo; cable modem, 15mbs
    > down/5mbs up. intermittent packet loss. recent development on established
    > connection. all mechanicals clean and tight. no AOL, not used for porn;
    > only home email; no mass mail. all av, mal-scans show good. broadband
    > reports tests good, no negative reports. no firewall alerts. any ideas?
    >

    ISP
    Donald, Nov 28, 2006
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  3. Allen Jakes

    why? Guest

    On Tue, 28 Nov 2006 10:08:31 -0600, "Allen Jakes" <allenjakes@ wrote:

    >xp-sp2 all current updates; 2GB RAM; 2.4GHz core duo; cable modem, 15mbs
    >down/5mbs up. intermittent packet loss. recent development on established
    >connection. all mechanicals clean and tight. no AOL, not used for porn; only
    >home email; no mass mail. all av, mal-scans show good. broadband reports
    >tests good, no negative reports. no firewall alerts. any ideas?


    With such an astounding lack of information, like - when, how you are
    measuring pkt loss, to what address, route from source to destination.
    Where the loss shows up.

    Contact your ISP.

    Me
    why?, Nov 28, 2006
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