in the last 3 months my internet start slowing down and I was getting a higher ping time in games and even in the browser like it would take about 15 second on average to load a youtube video my feelings were telling me that there is something wrong with my internet and I was to nervous about it to a level where I did a fresh installation for all of my operating systems phone, laptop, and server to see if I have created the problem or if it’s “my internet is been intercepted” I also changed the web browser that I am using and used the DNS of my ISP but the internet kept getting worst and worst while days are passing I told myself why not to start the networking course “compTIA network+” and learn more about how the internet work. I actually did and I learned how to use wireshark to scan or learn the way packets flow through the internet from my local machine to the destination machine. Yesterday I spent about 4 hours of my time trying to figure out where the packets go or how they reach the destination point it was really weird that once I am not using my VPN while I am on discord in a Voice Chat channel I always have a higher ping and about 50% packets dropped and I just can’t hear people that I am talking to or they sound like a robot I mean I hear some words but I don’t hear everything they say, but after using a VPN the ping time was about 220 ms on average and I had 0% packets dropping which doesn’t make sense.
once I am on a VPN the requests seems to be going straight to the destination but once I am not on a VPN it goes to IP-addresses that aren’t really the destination and I am sure it’s not the DNS I mean my local DNS. These IPs seems to change every single time a user makes a new request or connection on the network.
I called my IPS and they just called it " weird ". Is there anything and I really mean ANYTHING that I can do to solve this problem ?