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Hmm there's something odd going on there. For a start I'd always recommend keeping the same targets when testing - stick to Twitter.com so you don't get mad high base-ping results like that second screenshot.

 

On the first screenshot it looks like you're getting a little bit of packet loss and a few spikes. The results aren't too bad though. Is this still with your new modem?

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What you want to pay attention to is the stability of the graph. When you're pinging a site like Yahoo.com, it looks like the server is really far away from you resulting in a really high baseline (meaning the average ping on the graph is ~80ms).

 

Your baseline is down to what target you're setting and how far away from you the target is. No matter what you're pinging though it looks like your line is nice and stable, so it should be great to game on. Let us know if you need any more help! :)

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QoS will be helping but that looks to me like there's underlying issues. Spikes like that indicate issues with your line quality and equipment. Try disconnecting the XR500 and running the same test - post the results here and we'll take a look.

 

This may be an issue you can only solve upstream - meaning you could replace your wires or your modem, or you might need to contact your ISP and provide them with these tests as evidence of line quality issues. There's only so much any QoS can do to mitigate bad line quality.

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HI and thank you for your support! just to inform you that i had recently purchase a new modem! CM600 netgear! and i also replace all Ethernet  cables!

 

https://share.pingplotter.com/9PcHdVBuicz.png

 

THIS IS A TEST CONNECTING STRAIGHT TO THE MODEM NO ROUTER INVOLVE!!!! THIS OCCUR AT 11.30PM!!

 

 

 

https://share.pingplotter.com/UXWLUVSBDga.png

 

THIS IS PLAYING WW2

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HI and thank you for your support! just to inform you that i had recently purchase a new modem! CM600 netgear! and i also replace all Ethernet  cables!

 

https://share.pingplotter.com/9PcHdVBuicz.png

 

THIS IS A TEST CONNECTING STRAIGHT TO THE MODEM NO ROUTER INVOLVE!!!! THIS OCCUR AT 11.30PM!!

 

 

 

https://share.pingplotter.com/UXWLUVSBDga.png

 

THIS IS PLAYING WW2

 

Nothing there looks too bad, your base ping is a little high but could be to do with pinging twitter. Were you using QoS for the second test?

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The first test it was wired directly to the modem and the second test wired to the router using QOS!!

 

Yeah I think it was just the fact that you were running Netflix and streaming on the first test that caused those spikes - judging by your second tests I wouldn't say it's anything to worry about. Those results seem fine to game on. The second test seems a touch more unstable which could be down to the cable between your Modem and the router. Try switching that and see if that improves your results.

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