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How do I check if I have packet loss?

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How do I check if I have packet loss?

Krulz's Avatar

01.02.2012 , 12:49 PM | #1
That's it, just trying everything to see if I improve my game =s
the command its ping (number) -t, right?
But what number shall I write, my default gateaway?because my default gateaway it's really weird isn't a number like 80. etc., its something along the lines:

Xithrax's Avatar

01.02.2012 , 12:55 PM | #2

Tis the best place I have found to check your connection.


Krulz's Avatar

01.02.2012 , 12:58 PM | #3
Thank you, but with this I'll see if I have packet loss?

Qaoz's Avatar

01.02.2012 , 12:59 PM | #4
You could always use and check your packet loss to whatever area your server is located in.

PingTest will try to ping a server located wherever you choose on the map. It'll check for:
  • Packet loss
  • Ping (latency)
  • Jittery (difference in latency min/max)

Nilenya's Avatar

01.02.2012 , 01:00 PM | #5
click the start icon at the buttom of your windows tray

Type in CMD in your seach tray

Then write : ping -t

that will keep pinging untill you break it by pushing ctrl+c

If you have package loss it will show up as timed out pings, and when your end the ping you'll get a neat statistic for your connection.

You dont need any programmes or outside webpages to do this for you. Its allways possible to do this yourself.

Krulz's Avatar

01.02.2012 , 01:05 PM | #6
Sweet Thank you all, I dont have packet loss.=)
I thought it could be that the reason why in the Warzones I have such low FPS, but seems it's the "bioware bug".
Thanks again.