When I ping google.com, I get a terrible results. I have more than 30% of lost packets. WHen I ping my gateway, I receive only 2-3% of lost packets. My question is, how can I know what is the problem? How do I know if the network is ok, but I am having bad signal with my notebook, or it is some segment of network that is the cause of the problem?
Several people think highly of Wire Shark. I haven't got the hang of it yet, though. : /
read the post by hugetoon for an idea if this will work for you:
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