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Jump to new posts Re: 100% Loss at Conferencing Targets/ by rbshreve2 @ 50 minutes 25 seconds ago

Changing to TCP port 80 or port 8080 does not appear to work at all. The screen shows no hops or any indication that packets are being sent. The default port setup works. I'll attach screen shots of my setup.
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Jump to new posts Re: 100% Loss at Conferencing Targets/ by Hayla @ Today at 01:08 PM

Hey there, Thanks for writing in! Usually, when you see 100% packet loss, but are still able to access the service as normal, this is due to a router being configured to ignore or drop TTL expired packets, which are what PingPlotter sends. You can
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Jump to new posts 100% Loss at Conferencing Targets/ by rbshreve2 @ Today at 12:37 AM

Today [Monday 11/20/17] I was having trouble connecting with my account at TeamViewer.com. PingPlotter showed 100% packet loss at the target server. I reported the problem and they responded that they were aware of the issue but that it was not in t
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Hey Zawyn, Thanks for writing in! We're glad to help. I'm really glad to see all the detailed traces you ran. That's a great step in the right direction! The first thing that I usually recommend is to leave PingPlotter running a trace to your gami
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Jump to new posts 50~100% Packet Loss, "symptoms" vary greatly by Zawyn @ 11/17/17 11:07 PM

I'm extremely new to using PingPlotter (though have looked through the introductory resources, and trouble-shooting tips on the site), however I'm having no luck figuring out where to start when troubleshooting my own connection. I've had connectivi
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Jump to new posts Re: Packet Loss or No Packet Loss by Gary @ 11/16/17 01:30 PM

Hey Mal, There are honestly quite a few different things that could be playing a factor in the differences you're seeing between PingPlotter and a command prompt ping. We've actually got a knowledge base article that goes over some of the possibilit
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Jump to new posts Re: Packet Loss or No Packet Loss by Mal @ 11/15/17 10:31 PM

Thanks Hayla - I can see that the 'packet loss' at the second last hop is just the response of the router so I can safely ignoire that. I have a similar question though I hope you can assist me with. I am running Pingplotter across only 2 hops from
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Jump to new posts Re: Remote Agent on Debian by Mal @ 11/15/17 10:24 PM

Thanks for the advice Hayla - I am sure it is not hard but if someone has already done the hard work it makes my life a little easier. I am configuring this on a RaspberryPi so will provide some feedback as soon as I am able. Cheers
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