Hi there Weston,
Thanks for getting in touch with us! I'm happy to share some knowledge with you.
It's pretty hard to say for sure what's going on here using screenshots, but I can refer you to a couple of articles which can help:
You can also double-click on a hop row
to open a Timeline Graph. If the destination is having packet loss/latency, line up the patterns with earlier hops
. The earliest hop which matches the pattern with the final destination is probably the culprit.You can also share your data with us, which will be much better to examine.
You can either:
- Send over a SampleSet(pp2) file (File -> Export Sample Set -> All Data)
- Create a Share Page
(File -> Share -> Create Share Page) and copy/paste the URL link in your reply
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I hope this info helps! Let me know if this leaves you with any questions.