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last 2 months xr500 problems

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last 2 months ive been experiancing problems with my xr500 i swear either its my provider or the xr500 or im getting ddosed or messed with my ping was lovely now its high and also jumps up high from low its just about unusable also im having dissconection t3 dissconections and weird things going on i seriously need help here kind regards greg pearce ps do i need an update ?

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ping to game it used to be low and stable now its quite erratic, firmware XR500 V2.3.2.22, most ussually ps4 wired dont seem to get disconected on pc, qos - 70/70 always,sometimes shared or not shared but i dont see much diffrerence either way, setup modem mode wired thankls for the swift responce greg ps dont know why the text has gone like this think its because i copied and pasted firmware version any hooo ...

 

also does mac address matter have tried router and pc dont sse much diffrence

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cod or fortnite mainly, it seems be nice on fortnite but ive noticed ping spikes, cod uk server used to be low but now its an average of 25 pinging up to 30 sometimes higher,i was enjoying it about 2 months back could be my provider but i dunno disconnection on my ps4 not sure if its to do with fortnite server as i went on pin plotter and weirdly i get packet loss on the uk server

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Hi, I was wondering if on ping plotter is it okay if when i first run a test the ping spikes high at first then calms all the way down?  I'm occasionally getting a really high ping spike  with bufferbloat active, it's very stable but my ping jumps a little high

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Thanks - it’s not awful but it should be better. I definitely recommend contacting your ISP and see if they can improve your line quality. Let them know you did all these test via wired Ethernet.

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No, there should be no cost. The ISP is responsible for providing you with a good line quality. When other folks on this forum have had similar problems their ISPs have usually been good at fixing them.

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