003.533 test-3| Sending UDP request to n3.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu on port 1948
003.533 test-3| UDP socket at 192.168.0.186:59722
003.591 test-3| Got datagram of 2000 bytes.
003.591 test-3| Can receive UDP fragments successfully
So did you show packet loss in this test?
edit: Ok yup there was loss
We recorded a packet loss of 6%. This loss is very significant and will lead to serious performance problems. It could be due either to very high load on our servers due to a large number of visitors, or problems in your network. Of the packet loss, at least 6.5% of the packets appear to have been lost on the path from your computer to our servers.
The ID was in that what you posted, so I was able to call up the actual report.
edit2: ok this looks like where it reports loss
91.257 test-105| Starting checkPing 091.257 test-105| Start time is 1349792008894 091.257 test-105| Remote server is n3.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu 091.257 test-105| Remote port is 1948 102.903 test-105| All packets sent, waiting for the last responses 105.914 test-105| Now counting up bursts on loss 105.914 test-105| Probing done 105.914 test-105| Sent 200 packets 105.914 test-105| Received 187 packets 105.914 test-105| Average RTT 51.57754 105.914 test-105| Sustained RTT 51.60753 105.914 test-105| Server received 187 105.914 test-105| Packets reordered 0 105.914 test-105| Packets duplicated 0 105.914 test-105| Loss bursts observed 1 105.914 test-105| Send packet size 12 105.914 test-105| Received packet size 27
Not this ping is not a normal icmp ping its a to a specific port 1948, which seems your showing loss too.
Now if you look at test I just ran from my machine.
080.061 test-105| Starting checkPing 080.061 test-105| Start time is 1349799394508 080.061 test-105| Remote server is n3.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu 080.061 test-105| Remote port is 1948 090.211 test-105| All packets sent, waiting for the last responses 093.211 test-105| Now counting up bursts on loss 093.211 test-105| Probing done 093.211 test-105| Sent 200 packets 093.211 test-105| Received 200 packets 093.211 test-105| Average RTT 34.965 093.211 test-105| Sustained RTT 34.96985 093.211 test-105| Server received 200 093.211 test-105| Packets reordered 0 093.211 test-105| Packets duplicated 0 093.211 test-105| Loss bursts observed 0 093.211 test-105| Send packet size 12 093.211 test-105| Received packet size 27
So sent to same port, and 200 packets without any loss. Now curious why your RTT is so HIGH compared to mine - where are you located in the world? But this is why your having reported packet loss - because you sent 200 packets to their server on port 1948, and they only go 187 of them??