Okay, according to my understanding server 902d612cca2f3a3f is on a server farm. Every time I'm on a server in this geographical locale I have poor gaming quality NetDuma or no NetDuma. It makes no difference what I do it's never consistent so I'm always behind. Since I'm not a networking genius by any stretch I just write it off as heavy traffic so I block it and keep rolling. However, I've noticed that once I'm connected there I never leave that locale. The ID's simply change, and in turn the same poor quality. When I say poor quality I'm talking about being behind in the lobby itself. This is the same issue I've been fighting against for a very long time. This server ID is 161 miles from me so I'm thinking I should have pretty good game play. This is not the case. Any suggestions as to why it operates so poorly? Any suggestions would be great, thanks.
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Posted 14 July 2017 - 11:25 PM
Posted 15 July 2017 - 03:41 PM
Would do as above. Set your Geo-filter settings with your home location away from it and your radius not encompassing it. Strict mode on, ping assist 0. Do this before you even switch the console on.
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