@soundwave80 there are a couple of reasons for seeing that:
1. The ports on the devices, including the router only support 100 Mb/s max. If you connect everything thru the router, then the router WAN port might only support 100 Mb/s. There are new routers on the market, with gigabit wifi capability that only have 100 Mb/s ports installed. Makes no sense what so ever, unless you don't care about high speed internet access.
2. The ethernet cables that you are using only support 100 Mb/s or are damaged in some fashion and as a result only supports 100 Mb/s. There are probably a good number of people who have "Fast Ethernet" cables kicking around. They only support 100 Mb/s. They may have been fast at one time, but not any more. You might have to replace a couple of cables.
After a couple of weeks on 126.96.36.199, I noticed that I'm affected by the upload speed bug which also causes my ping in games to rise to 50ms and sometimes to 110ms at max. When the bug occurs, I get upload speeds lower than 10mbps (around 7-9.5mbps) and increased jitter when I run the rogers speed test.
@RogersDave Are there any updates to the follow-up firmware version of .27 which addresses this issue? I would also like to know if there are any exciting updates coming in the near future 🙂
Has anyone been experiencing ping jitter recently? When I first got the .27 firmware, my average jitter was around 6ms. Now it's been 10ms at its lowest, sometimes going as high as 40ms. One day it was a solid 50ms, and when I restarted my modem it went down to 15ms. Since I do online gaming, it's very very noticable when my ping starts to vary by such large numbers. I'm not sure if it's the result of the firmware, my modem, or something else.
Here are some pictures of various ping tests:
Yep, thats the main reason why I am here.
I ended up ordering Bell Fibe to test... can't be troubleshooting this for months on end. Really a shame as i was with Rogers for over 15 years at my old location and now at my new place I seem to be having all sorts of problems with jitter and ping.
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