Question Windows 10 network problem

Dec 14, 2020
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Hi, i have a desktop and sometimes my ping (response time through a specific address and back) is 3000+. This happens randomly (example: when gaming, browsing or even when every app is closed except background apps) and even when the network has no other devices on. I also reinstalled the network drivers. Thank you for any help in advance.
 

Ralston18

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What address are you pinging? Some sites can get very busy and there could be delays at that end.

The problem could also be anywhere along the path from your desktop to the target IP address.

Use tracert and pathping to determine where along the path (and hops) the spikes occur.

Post the results.
 
Dec 14, 2020
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Its been a long time after i faced this issue, but it occurred today and i run a tracert and the unexpected lag is after the router so my pc or cables are not the problem. What's even weirder is that any Wi-Fi device during that time has normal response time to the internet ~70ms. Here are the results of tracert (i pinged google dns since i was trying to find where the problem occurs anyways):

1 2 ms 1 ms 1 ms speedport-entry-2i.ote.gr [192.168.1.1]
2 2128 ms 1804 ms 2409 ms 10.106.108.100 [10.106.108.100]
3 2902 ms 956 ms 1540 ms 79.128.250.22
4 1855 ms 1613 ms 1219 ms 79.128.234.175
5 1710 ms 2713 ms 3371 ms 79.128.35.193
6 * 2354 ms 1880 ms 79.128.250.74
7 563 ms 94 ms 198 ms kolasr01-hu-0-0-0-0.ath.OTEGlobe.gr [62.75.3.9]
8 292 ms 68 ms 67 ms 62.75.6.10
9 1000 ms 1132 ms 1179 ms 74.125.51.154
10 1253 ms 1293 ms 892 ms 108.170.251.129
11 1454 ms 897 ms 217 ms 142.250.214.195
12 2831 ms 1171 ms 1346 ms dns.google [8.8.8.8]
 

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