buckiebull wrote: »
my cousin has the same isp and lives about 300 mtrs from me, also I have a different package deal where mine is suppose to be better and faster than his plus I live right across the road from the exchange!
I noticed that my ping went up a couple of months ago and my speed dropped from 29 meg to 40 meg then my router died so I bought another one same make & model as it has a better wifi connection that the isp rubbish router!
This solution is more generic, but more invasive and less standards-compliant. In the end, Windows will still modify the prefix policy table for you.
Well the discussion is not closed, so i can share my way of how my ping drop from between 20-30ms to 09-11ms.First thing when i saw drastically improvement is when i turn off wi-fi and plug the ethernet cable. The other thing is when i change my DNS server to Cloudflare 126.96.36.199 DNS (Google how to change your DNS it's pretty simple), this dns performs good in my area (Europe, Germany), in your area different dns can be better.Also in Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Network and Sharing Center click on ethernet then properties and check Internet protocol version 4 (TCP/ipv4) and un-check Internet protocol version 6 (TCP/ipv6) because i made speed test on my connection with ipv6 on and the ping jump a lot.
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