What kind of internet connection do you have? Who is your provider?
Look at the "time=XXXms"
Your first ping had one "timed out", which is bad, going to Google.com, then a 582ms, also not great. The 85ms and 156ms are fine. So, it looks like your internet connection is fluctuating wildly during that short period. The next ping is fairly consistently in an acceptable range.
Is your computer on a wireless connection to your modem? If so, try wiring it. If it's a wireless connection, it could be interference or too much distance between your modem/access point and your computer, assuming that your provider is giving you stable connectivity.
Try running a DSL Speed Test and observe it for wild inconsistencies. Run it multiple times and see if you get similar results or if they are all over the map.
Also if you're on Wifi and since you specifically mention 'old' connection.. the old 'G' connections were open to all sorts of interference from 2.4Ghz wireless phone handsets to someone running a microwave oven nearby. Newer routers/access points are not as easy to interfere with the signal.
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Wow!, i am using my cable and am wired, but the run is extremely long, also, i called my ISP and they said i'm getting around 10MBS, cause I have not updated my service. They said that is limiting my bandwidth etc. etc.
All these things sound like the cause and I wanted to know just so I don't go through the hassle and get no difference.
I have also let eso through my firewall, and that improve infinite loading screens. Provided my addons are good. I will most likely go ahead with the upgrade as all this seems to be the issue!
Will run a DSL test and see what I can see from that aswell!
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I believe over 100” of cable is going to big you down. One other thing that I forgot to mention earlier is your virus protection. Do your ping tests without it. Mcaffee is horrible and Norton’s bogs crap down. I had mcaffee one time, long time ago, and it kept disconnecting me. Just saying to check your virus.
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CAT5e or CAT6 (your run-of-the-mill ethernet cable these days) calls for 100m max length on a segment, so about 300 ft. Cable length is rarely an issue in residential runs. That said, an intermittent cable can certainly cause issues, I'd replace it just to be sure.
Instead of running ping, I'd look at the pathping and tracert utilities. They're mostly going to work the same way from the command line, but they'll show you the 'hops' a packet takes instead of blind round trip. That way you can possibly see where the connection is having trouble. If you're interested in ESO specifically, 184.108.40.206 is the ip of the NA server gateway.
10Mbps is a pretty small connection these days. Windows and other programs suck a bit of bandwidth in the background, so it's not like you actually get that whole pipe for ESO, not to mention any other computers that are connected. My guess is that the upgrade will help more than anything else, but I'm a fan of ruling out all the cheap solutions before I go spending money.
Instead of using google, this test is pinging the verizon backup dns server, which is a better test for accuracy than using google, which gets spurts of heavy traffic, which may skew your numbers. The -t or switch t allows the test to run continuously. This will give you a better sample then just 4 pings, you can see a bigger footprint. There are other tests that we can run to see where your true issues are. I would be more then happy to help. This is what i do for a living. Troubleshooting and fixing internet issues. Have a great day.