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#163704 Cant join friends ww2 parties, I have open nat?

Posted by TheMack_Is_Here on 12 November 2017 - 05:12 PM

Game has been messing up man. Still things you can do though. Manually port forward port 3074 udp if you have open nat type regardless. Helps with communication with other players. If you have the Geo filter on, make sure your range includes your friends location or allow them through in allow & deny.

#162526 United States Players!!!!!

Posted by TheMack_Is_Here on 02 November 2017 - 01:02 AM

Yeahp, I know. I never connect to them at all. Only to the closest sever in Georgia. Between 18-35ms each game but I'm still having problems. Having a lower base ping is the only problem I have yet to solve. Netduma setting I have perfect, it's simply the ISP or line through my house. Changed modems and routers 1000 times over so the struggle is real. I'm on my second ISP now so hopefully the third times the charm maybe!!!

#160177 Bufferbloat

Posted by TheMack_Is_Here on 01 October 2017 - 03:44 PM

Yeah the DSLreports.com is more of a general consensus of how your connection is. definitely do as suggested with ping plotter. Although, if you do want to keep using that website, you should try to have both the lines as flat as possible. You should also try to make sure that there are no red bars and everything is green. As well as, try to have the excess go no higher than 10. If you check all of these boxes, you should have a+ each time almost.

#142521 DumaOS Announcement: Development Progress & Testing

Posted by TheMack_Is_Here on 08 March 2017 - 06:29 PM

People are just anxious that's all. It's like if you go a long time without eating; you get moody. lol It's the same thing in this situation. Just put it to the back of your mindS, continue to check back every so often and it won't feel like such a pressing issue. Me personally, I do not use the DUMA for IW but I do for BO3. Sometimes it's the physical game, your isp, your line through the home, the cables you use, and then the DUMA. User error and software limitations both have to be looked at. I am also waiting for the update as well, but I think it's important that we all take the time to examine our equipment before relying on the DUMA as a cure all. We will see what they have lined up for us. IT SHOULDN'T BE TO MUCH LONGER YOU GUYS, EAT A SNICKERS IN THE MEANTIME (-8!

#140601 DumaOS Announcement: Development Progress & Testing

Posted by TheMack_Is_Here on 17 February 2017 - 06:27 PM

Right, well it depends on what game you are playing. Generally, if you start up the game for most FPS games after you go to the multiplayer screen on the game, refer back to whatever device you are using to monitor the geo filter. You'll have a couple minutes but all of the dedicated servers will appear. You can ping them here and determine which one you want to play on and where you need to set your home location. (you need strict mode on).


Who knows, with dumaOS these things may become more readily accessible to us.

#140599 Base latency... decreased?

Posted by TheMack_Is_Here on 17 February 2017 - 06:12 PM

I'm getting ready to move to the UK so I can play on the servers over there. These ISP's over here are so limited but I see y'all in the UK and I'm like... lol Do you have a spare room is what I want to know??? I'll take care of the light bill; it'll go up with me playing COD all the time. lol


Great stats man!!!

#140595 DumaOS Announcement: Development Progress & Testing

Posted by TheMack_Is_Here on 17 February 2017 - 06:05 PM

What do you mean above 90?  TBH I cant tell the difference between players and the Destiny servers since all the circles change size and not one of them is way bigger than the others.

Yeah so under where you would ping a player or server, you have the allow & deny.


Which I call white-list and black-list. you can choose if you want to allow or deny a player or server based on lag, security, or whatever it may be. You have a quality slider that ranges from 0-100. Red is black-list, Green is white-list. So when I say 90, I'm saying that I pinged a server and liked the results. I moved the quality slider all the way to the right, and gave this server a 100. If it was a bad connection to the server, I would keep the slider to the left at 0 or below 50. For any other servers you would want make sure it is not the same number. I generally go down by 2 as a rule but you have alot of flexibility to determine what number falls into the white or black list if that makes sense.


I put a link here for you If I sounded like a robot or something. lol hope this helps



#140423 DumaOS Announcement: Development Progress & Testing

Posted by TheMack_Is_Here on 15 February 2017 - 10:16 PM

Yes you are right p00psm00thie, and have some good points.  Your choice of isp will greatly determine how your gaming experience will be. Some isp's block ports for gaming for security, some may offer speeds to low to game in your area, or the isp provided equipment has bad chip set. Their are a couple Docsis 3.1 modems out now that will preform great without the problems that plaqued many isp's.  Alot of gaming related issues are caused by natural jitter/spilkes on the line as well and can sometimes be fixed by calling out a tech.


Taking the time to learn about your isp, modem, and netduma router will help gauge where there may be problems are coming from. Me personally, I have spent so much time and money investing in the right equipment and just learning a vast amount information that all ties into gaming. It's important to do everything you can on your end even if you end up with the same result.