Thanks for all your answers.
Came home from work today only to find my router needed a reboot (was only going like 10% speed and my phone couldn't connect to wifi). Then I remembered that last week I requested my ISP to change some settings and they probably did that yesterday or today because that usually means I have to reboot the router.
Now I've been trucking tonight for 3 hour's (on Promods server 1) without any problems, except for some strange peak's on my ping. At first they came every 30-60 seconds and could go as high as 144 ms (normally it's approx 36 ms). At first I tried to close all browser-windows etc, but no result.
As I did install Adobe Premiere Pro some weeks ago, I then identified 4 adobe services (see below) that I stopped ( 2 and 2 and then all 4) and by doing so, it seemed like the ping peak's only came every 3-5 minutes and now max 80-90 ms. Strange thing was, that after some time the ping peaks allmost disappeared (1 every 10 minutes up to 100 ms) and it stayed this way even after starting all 4 services again.
I can't say it's not the "normal picture" with a single high peak now and then, as long as I don't get disconnected from the server, so for now I have to conclude it was a combination of my router needing a reboot and some services (probably Adobe's) "running wild".
The 4 services is:
- "Adobe Acrobat Update Service"
- "Adobe Genuine Monitor Service"
- "Adobe Genuine Software Integrity Service"
Btw my router is only a couple of month old, provided by my ISP with my new 300/60 Mbit/s connection. I use a 0,5 m cat 6.0 cable to connect to my 1 Gbps LAN adapter in my Windows 7 PC.
Thanks again for all your different suggestions and fast answers. It's highly appreciated !
The best community ever.