I have reset my modem, brought a new modem and set it up and still have the same issue. I've attached my ipconfig picture. So, it's prety obvious that there is a serious problem here. A good way to demonstrate the effect of that would be to head to the Ookla speed test site directly, speedtest. I hope everyone else affected by slow speeds now have normal internet service back again.
It also depends on throughput all the way to the source server and also on the load on the server. I also checked with Comcast to ensure there were no issues our outages in my area, and of course, everything was fine. Three aspects of your internet connection will affect your online gaming experience the most: , and. The router we got from the isp has 4 ports. I actually disagree with that test.
I have been looking all over the net and I have tried a bunch of things to fix the issue but to no prevail. We have both run download speed tests on speedtest. Another friend at Southport on Optus has slowed down to 480Kbps. I will run those tests when it is clogging up. You could try one other thing first though.
Anyone know an email address or someway I can speak to someone that might actually do something? Do you have the fastest internet speed available in your area? With those results, it's probably mainly your upload that's stuffing it up and ping. Take a look at the load Oxenford has to deal with. Although my connection to Telstra might be at optimal speed for my service, there seems to be a problem with Telstra's servers communicating with the rest of the world. I have one of their higher tier Internet plans from Comcast, so this was pretty disappointing. Reboot and check your connection.
With the recommendations from the other major consoles being so similar, we recommend using the same parameters for your PlayStation connection. We'll be waiting for your response. I was hoping someone on this forum could help me before I end up returning this thing. You're conflating Ping speed and actual download speed, something that can't be done. But wouldn't that slow down ping by the same percentage as anything else? I reran the test in Safe Mode with Networking and here are the results. I went over to , found my router, and saw that a newer version, 2.
A robot detector for a meta question has been there for several minutes, and the checkbox has still not appeared. The comments expressed by me reflect my user experience and personal opinion. Notice the download and upload speeds are where they should be, but the ping is still high. I am having the same issue here, Speed test shows a ping of 4ms, 98mbps down and 5mbps down. Been waiting for this page to load correctly since Saturday to reply to your thread.
While they may not be exact, they should get you close. If everyone then tested to the same overseas server simultaneously, scores would get worse as a result. Telstra contacted me 2 weeks later to see if my case had been resolved, seemingly unaware that my speed was back to normal. Hello everyone, This is my very first post so sorry if this has been covered before. I have confirmed that it is not due to Cox Internet. I think your experience seems very bad.
Personally I feel like it is the provider lacking, but I wonder if this could be measured and diagnosed somehow. But web pages are taking ages. On the other hand, the upload speed was roughly the same on all devices. Results from other test providers. Would be great if you could help Thankyou! I'd try dialing back your settings and see if that helps. For multiple players using the same internet connection simultaneously, multiply the requirement by the number of players using the internet connection in your home. Each gaming system has its own requirements for these capabilities, but if you have a download speed of at least 3 Mbps, an upload speed of at least 1 Mbps, and a ping rate under 150 ms, you should be covered for most online games.