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So now i turn my host filtering off when i turn on the ps4. Then i only turn it on when i want to play a game.
It still ocassionaly kicks me out of psn. I also flushed the cloud.
Still takes longer to find a games than before in cod but could find a couple of 30ms ping games.
There is still one server off the map. I will try to put my home location near it and take a screenshot and show you, it looks like a misplaced server.
I think that the server you are seeing off the map is a device communicating with your console via LAN. Someone from Netduma will be able to confirm this for certain.
When you get kicked from PSN with the geofilter enabled there must be a PSN server somewhere being blocked. If you can get its ID and post it here then it can be whitelisted in the cloud.
I expect your extended search times are probably because BO3 is quite an old game now and there may not be as many live servers for it in your location as before.
Can you post a screenshot of your geofilter page please? If your getting that message after denying an EU server it would suggest that the EU server may actually be an authentication server that hasn’t been whitelisted in the cloud (Xbox matchmaking uses authentication severs in the EU that need to be whitelisted) if you remove them from your deny list can you find games again? Could you post the IDs of the servers you have denied so Netduma can check if they are actually authentication servers?
I only see West coast servers when trying to play battlefield. I live in South Carolina so I don't want to play on US West servers.
I’m not sure if the locations of the BF1 servers as I don’t play it but if you make sure the servers you don’t want to connect to are outside your radius, strict mode is ticked and Ping Assist is set to 0 then you will only connect to servers inside your radius.
I few weeks back too I phoned bt to say that the connection is was feeling unstable that did a line test and said it was fine should I trust what they say or should run tests then ring back and say that it's not and provide with the evidence
It’s best to run PingPlotter tests so you have evidence to prove to your ISP that there is a problem. Post your test results and we can look them over for you
A grey padlock is a blocked server, you shouldn’t see any inside your radius however, if the blocked server is on the very edge of the radius it may look like it’s just inside the radius. Could you post a screenshot so we can take a look please?
Those locations will have multiple servers, if you check the IDs you will see that they are different. If you don’t want to connect to those servers move your home location to exclude them from your radius then fully shutdown and restart your console before searching for a game.