WiFi is subject to not only interference but devices that hog the airspace. The only known fixes are widely discussed such as moving closer to the router or WAP and moving to a system where you are the ONLY connection on the less crowded 5GHz WiFi.
Repeaters tend to cause more issues than solve such.
There's another issue is that ping times only stay (nearly) the same under lab conditions. I've shown this many times over the years but many new to networking seem unsettled by how ping times vary when we ping (a) over WiFi and to Internet locations.
Hello, my name is Aaron and I've been trying to fix this issue on my own for a long time now, but I can't seem to get it right.
So here's the problem: My WLAN is doing this really weird thing where it goes from 11ms ping to somewhere in the range of 60-2000 in a millisecond and back every couple of seconds. Here's a screenshot:
(When i'm using lan to connect to the modem everything is fine)
I have thought of interference to be the problem here and I've done some analysis:
What you see as (blue-line)-2 is an alarm system that works wirelessly and the one without an SSID is an amazon firetv stick.
I've also tried plugging out any wlan-repeaters and such, but nothing worked.
Here's the model of the modem if that helps at all:
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.,LTD
Thanks for your help in advance!