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If you reduce Ping Assist to 0ms, do you still get this server? What is your ping to that server?

Also there's been a cloud fix for DumaOS (for PS4) if you wanted to upgrade to that again. It's still being worked on for Xbox but it should be a lot better than it was :)

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Quite possibly. There are lots at the moment. Compare the ping to what you would expect and it will give you a clue to its real location.

We're waiting for a cloud update for the R1 

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3 minutes ago, Dan said:

Quite possibly. There are lots at the moment. Compare the ping to what you would expect and it will give you a clue to its real location.

We're waiting for a cloud update for the R1 

The cloud update is out for PS4 - we're still working on it for Xbox.

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On 12/7/2018 at 6:17 PM, Netduma Fraser said:

All router platforms. The cloud applies to all of them simultaneously.

ok tah. As of tonight still lots of servers on Blackout showing as P2P. Not sure if they were being picked up in the cloud update

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2 hours ago, Dan said:

I'm on the PS4. Only playing Blackout so connections must be servers.

Locations seem to correspond to ping but they show as peers rather than servers. 

same experience for singapore server. showing up as peer

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7 hours ago, Dan said:

I'm on the PS4. Only playing Blackout so connections must be servers.

Locations seem to correspond to ping but they show as peers rather than servers. 

The locations should be a lot better now, it sounds promising. Some of the servers might still show as peers but it's an incredibly difficult thing to solve completely - there's billions of IP addresses out there to categorise. Maybe some day :)

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1 hour ago, Netduma Jack said:

The locations should be a lot better now, it sounds promising. Some of the servers might still show as peers but it's an incredibly difficult thing to solve completely - there's billions of IP addresses out there to categorise. Maybe some day :)

It's actually a positive. On blackout they are obviously servers so showing as peers (on original firmware) means a permanent ban rather than just 10mins.

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Thanks for the feedback guys - the current focus is on location. Once we have that nailed we'll do server vs peer categorisation. Might need a full firmware upgrade to do it optimally, but we'll see what we can do via the Cloud.

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