Having the same Problem, massive Jitter and Rubberbanding, especially in close combat and with a lot of enemies in direct vicinity, game basically becomes unplayable in these situations. I am just jittering and rubberbanding all over the screen and suddenly I am dead (naturally). Sometimes this coincides with a peak in Ping, but often my ping stays low, between 15 and 50, which in comparison to a lot of others players is actually quite low. It's usually within this ballpark.
Did a bit of research around it already and actually S_h_a_r_k_93
collected some solution suggestions already back in the day on battlelog.co. Will dig them out again and might post them here, along with some other suggestions I found.
Will also test on my system and then give some feedback on it.
It is definitaly a troublesome issue =/.
Btw, getting the "there's a problem with your connection" also from time to time, sometimes with a server disconnect. Not so much on Lost-Soldiers servers though.
Regarding Shark's input so far:
1. Where are you from and what's your ping on the Lost-Soldiers servers? Am from Germany, ping is usually between 15 and 70 on L-S
2. Have you tried on other game servers, and is it any different? Yes, not too big of a difference. I am playing a lot on Super@ Servers, because they often have more traffic around the time I am able to play.
3. Try to go through a different internet connection, like a mobile carrier, to see if it makes any difference. Didnt make a difference. Ordered a new LAN-cable now, cuz I don't have one at hand at the moment, will see whether cable-connection to router makes a difference.
4. Try to re-do your tests from a different computer, if you have any, in order to exclude client-side problems (eg. auto updates)
Aside from this system, I only have Mac-Systems, so no real chance to evaluate this.
Thx for the valuabel input so far, Shark!
I found some older posts from you and also some more on all kind of Forums (problem seems to be well-known), just have to dig deeper into it.
Hope this post is therefore not premature, just wanted to share already with others experiencing similar issues.