Hi, this has been happening for months now but I regularly get serious lag spikes. I've done all the usual tests, power cycled the modem. I'm connected to my home network via cat5e cords and I've tested all the cords. I then pinged my router via my desktop and saw that there were not any issues.
I've since connect directly to my cable modem via a cat5e line and pinged google at 10pm PST. Here are my results.
20 packets transmitted, 20 packets received, 0.0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 14.783/100.547/417.696/113.310 ms
An average of 100.547ms for internet blast pro is unacceptable as is the high of 417.696ms. This is ridiculous.
Doesn't help that I've had a couple of calls dropped on me by comcast "agents" who have never called me back to resolve the issue after they "run diagnostics".
@dbai18 wrote: ... I've since connect directly to my cable modem via a cat5e line and pinged google ...
Ping doesn't tell us nearly as much as traceroute would. Please run a trace to www.google.com and post the results. In Windows, the command is
tracert -4 www.google.com
Please also post your modem or gateway's signal information, especially downstream power levels and SNR, upstream power levels, and error log. Connection Troubleshooting Tips may help you.