i wouldn't bother activating a ping test, it offers no extra info that can't be gathered from the BQM. the packet loss stopped at around 6am, so unless it happens again we can ignore it for now (there might have been some line issues which have since been resolved).
was there a paricular reason why you set up a BQM?
I tried a ping test with the number starting 82.18.xxx it says 100% packet loss. I also tried with 192.xxx number that I have - that says 66% packet loss, so I am very confused.
Have 2 x virgin mobiles that both keep connecting to mobile data even when I am at home and should be on wifi. My mobile data now off and phone OK but slower than usual. Also son has PlayStation and keeps lagging on there, Have done some tests with the VM network diagnostic tool.
Getting results like this
OK that other picture doesn't want to be seen but says Checking broadband service and checking wifi connections - both with red exclamation marks
ok, a BQM wouldn't help you in terms of why your mobiles keep dropping to mobile data - that sounds like you have a local WIFI issue - a BQM won't help with that.
and 192.x IP address is almost certain a local device on your network - so again a BQM won't help with that.
this sounds like you have a WIFI issue, which a BQM won't help with (you may have other issues too, but certainly the mobile phone issues sound like WIFI rather than line issues). is the Playstation connected via WIFI or ethernet?
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