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Check the ping times in the morning as well, and definitely make sure you do not have anything consuming a large amount of upload on your Internet connection. Latency that high could be due to congestion on Verizon's end, or congestion being generated by a device connected to your network.
Usually issues like these are isolated to specific areas, given the tree topology of DSL.
Day five of useless internet. Notice that average packet transmittion time!
10 packets transmitted, 10 packets received, 0.0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 1575.733/2648.997/3942.651/825.092 ms
Apparently there is a network ticket out. Anybody have any experience with that? I am thinking of switching to another service. Time Warner uses the same infrastructure, from what I understand. If so, I thought maybe I'd get something like Clear or one of the other wireless broadband internet subscriptions. They aren't rated as fast, but they've got to be better than this. If anyone has experience with those services, let me know.