I had been using starhub fibre for the past 2-3 years and the 1st year was pretty good, but subsequently, there was always drops and connection loses. Initially it was thought that the router had issues, but even after changing the router the issue has persisted. This problem is even worse during peak hours. From 8pm - 1am. I have called starhub customer service but all they can tell me is my modem is connected, but the problem is not resolved. Below is a tracert to starhub.com.
Speed tests by Ookla suggested 2% to 22% packet loss when there is no one using the network. There is no way I can game and sometimes even streaming videos is affected.
My area is Yishun. Been having this problem for awhile now. Recently bought a new router, but the problem still persists. As you can see the ping doesnt spike all the time.
Below are 2 more tests from various ping websites.
As you can see from the graph, although ping indicates its good, but there are losses to the connection. A long pause followed by a shorter pause of 0 transmission. As the router has been replaced recently, what are the chances that the nucleus set top or the fibre termination point being the issue? We did have the nucleus modem for a couple years now.
And I just noticed ... your test did not pass through the nodes my tracert is using. So your test is pretty much not valid.
Just to make clear, I am no expert. Totaly newbie.
Agree that your tracer/ping test nodes are different from mine. I guess you could consider moving to Telok Blangah area? Because thats where I am.
That said, data for you to have as comparison as below. Perhaps this needs more attention from the more senior fellas.
Also, I did a test on the offending 126.96.36.199, and at this time, I cannot say I can see anything wrong from my end.
This is me, after dinner having desert.
Refering to your FIRST Image.
I did some reading into your case, and, came about something called, Rate Limit/Rate Limiting.
See section, Analyzing MTR Reports, Verifying Packet Loss
Perhaps you might want to download and run WinMTR to get a better picture?
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