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It looks like you have an issue with your line then (or your equipment e.g. modem or ethernet cable). Who is your ISP? I recommend you open a ticket with them and provide them with your PingPlotter information.
Let us know what they say as we will continue to help you on here too.
OK thanks Ill get in touch with them. I have Charter Spectrum
Well at least you know where the issue lies. If you disconnect the R1 entirely I imagine you will get similar line issues. You're getting some bad spikes considering this is over just a 10 minute period. Each of those spikes will be felt in-game.
You could try replacing your Ethernet cables though it's more likely to be the modem or your line itself. Definitely do more testing
Thanks, Jake I will run a direct modem test this evening and see how that turns out and report back. I already have used 2 different cables on the last 2 test I posted
Just throwing out another option here but you could also matchmake with just the ping. Take the geofilter radius out of the picture. Decrease your radius to zero and set the ping assist to your base ping +10 and see what kind of games you get. Oh yeah place your home location somewhere it won't cause you to get placed in a game because of the geofilter radius (i.e. the ocean).
Example below. You ping assist may not be the same but you can test and see what plays best for you.
Not really I have it set to 430 miles to keep me off that dreaded NJ server and I still get put into it but I have played around with it and instead of getting put on it every game I have it down to about every 5 games which is ok its expected to have a bad game every now and again. I'll keep tweaking and see what happens in the next few weeks.
Yea I was thinking the same thing I'm going to try the solution above when inter home and see if I can get any p2p games. Imo here in the state's we could pull off p2p will do good with the quality of net we have
Here is what it does when I have ping assist off and strict mode enabled I get put into a 3k plus mile dedi with my geo set to 300 what causes this?