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Cant get QOS to work while playing Xbox One

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Hi @Netduma Fraser

 

I would first like to say thank you for sticking with me, I got there in the end.

I have a final few questions if I may?

1, Going forward, all devices in the home connect to the XR500 wifi and ethernet ports?

2, I can disable the wifi on the R7000?

Thank you again, Now I know it works I will tinker with the QOS :)

Alex.

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2 hours ago, alex..devine said:

@Netduma Fraser I am back! After adding all devices I am still getting lag in BF5.

No matter what I change I get lag in the game, I no longer know what to do :(

Anything else your wizard ways knows to help?

Alex. 

I think it's probably time to download Pingplotter and check out your line quality. If you've got lag constantly no matter what you play, it's probably spikes / a bad line to your house. Find that out, and you'll likely find the source of your lag!

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20 minutes ago, Netduma Jack said:

I think it's probably time to download Pingplotter and check out your line quality. If you've got lag constantly no matter what you play, it's probably spikes / a bad line to your house. Find that out, and you'll likely find the source of your lag!

Hi Jack.

Thank you for your input but unfortunately, that is not the case with my line. When the heavy usage devices are off and not streaming it plays perfectly smooth, I really can feel the difference.

There is something the router is not doing to make sure the two Xbox's take prio over the other devices.

Regards,

Alex.

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3 hours ago, alex..devine said:

It was later at night so there was no streaming going on.

There was one Xbox active and two mobile phones not streaming or any intense usage.

I am not sure if that helps?

Alex.

It's all helpful stuff - do you know if the Xbox was doing anything in the background that could be using lots of data? It's possible that something is being prioritised that shouldn't be, which is dragging down your connection. Usually it's only low-latency stuff that gets priority.

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