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  1. I was rather shocked by the results, and the network was silent unless something was updating or downloading in the background without me knowing. Once again, I appreciate your help and excellent customer service!
  2. Ping Plotter-Modem Only https://imgur.com/a/d8fW5
  3. I have not tried the ping plotter test using only the modem yet, I'll go do that and get back to you as soon as possible. By the way, thank you for the awesome customer service, keep up the good work!!
  4. https://imgur.com/HN6n4Qt Motorola MB8600 (link below) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0723599RQ/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B0723599RQ&linkCode=as2&tag=mbr08-20&linkId=49211218ed52e31936f16da75506b090
  5. I'm not sure if the picture is going to display properly but I'm new to this so please bare with me. I installed Ping Plotter and ran mutiple tests both with ipv6 enabled and without, the attached screenshot is with ipv4 only and shows the type of ping spike that I described in my first post.
  6. Oh, and yes I am on a wired connection. The cables are 10 feet in length for my modem (Motorola MB8600) and for my PS4 Pro and both cables are Cat-7 and relatively new (October 2017)
  7. I appreciate the fast response! With "Always" enabled, anti-bufferbloat is set to 70%/70% also, using the automatic setup, my download speeds are around 110Mbps down and 12Mbps up, but I have manually entered 100 Mbps down and 10Mbps up with "Goodput" still enabled, and set device prioritization to 55% for both upload and download for my PS4. Once I get home I will download ping plotter. Oddly enough, the server I have noticed the issue with the most is also the server I have had the best connections on, it is also the closest server to me. I'll also get the server domain name and ID as well, thanks again for your help!!
  8. I have had the Netduma R1 basically since its launch and loved it, never had issues so because of that fact, I purchased the XR500 as soon as it became available to purchase via Amazon.com. The problem that I'm having is, multiple times throughout my daily 2 hour long gaming sessions on CoD WWII I will have a match that ranges from a 14ms ping to a 23ms ping and then out of nowhere my ping skyrockets as high as 143ms and I'm lagging and yellow bar-ing. All with an "Open NAT type" and on dedicated servers. This has been going on for about a week after I received and setup the router itself but has occurred more frequently, bringing me to the point of writing this. I will say that my internet connection as a whole as well as gaming is phenomenal until the issue occurs. The XR500 is setup to have my PS4 in DMZ, UpNp is disabled, as well as port forwarding and port triggering. I have tried all of the above options individually eg: only UpNp enabled, only port forwarding enabled, only port triggering enabled and obviously, only DMZ enabled. Tomorrow after work, I will be setting up my R1 to see if the problem persists however, this issue had never been an issue using the R1.
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