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Zennon

Zennon

Member Since 21 Dec 2014
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#157119 What is best modem for uk fibre customers with no puma issues?

Posted by Zennon on 3 days ago

Ill try my best looking at page looks a bit complicated .Also the modems u recommended none hve puma issues ?

They do not.




#157113 no internet connection

Posted by Zennon on 3 days ago

Turn off the Vhub connect the duma up as before.

 

Turn the Vhub back on wait for it to fully boot, turn the Netduma on and re test.




#157108 What is best modem for uk fibre customers with no puma issues?

Posted by Zennon on 3 days ago

What make of cabinet do you have?

 

Who is your ISP?, BT use PPPoE auth and SKY use MER( you have to hack your Sky Hub to get the user/pass)

 

http://www.kitz.co.u...tc-cabinets.htm

 

Scroll to the bottom of the page to view the cab types.

 

It is always best to match the chipset of the modem to the chipset of the cab.

 

For Huawei I go with the HG612 (3B)

 

And users of the ECI cabs Draytek Vigor 130 or the ECI BT Modem (TYPE 1B B-FOCuS V-2FUb-r RevB)




#156612 The new xbox one update has manual port selection 3074 + more

Posted by Zennon on A week ago

Why has this not been a thing before now, the mind boggles.




#156496 my isp provided router died

Posted by Zennon on A week ago

Just put the Netduma in the DMZ of the new router.




#156443 Hide My Ass ; Failed to connect

Posted by Zennon on A week ago

Just got ddos'd twice, i need to get this setup.

Right I will let Fraser or Crossy who know about the VPN comment, Just hang fire.




#156436 BufferBloat test

Posted by Zennon on A week ago

Ping plotter to a near IP, so for me that would be a twitter IP is the better to ping too as they are not congested :)




#156435 Pingplotter 60 minutes results

Posted by Zennon on A week ago

I find 2.5 interval to twitter has many close servers to users around the world that are not congested are the best to ping too, I understand that other's may like to test using other servers may be best for them.




#156322 Bf1 server experience

Posted by Zennon on A week ago

The UK server I get 9ms, Euro servers around 20 - 27ms depending on server and they play smooth as butter, love the game.

 

People with high pings are now penalised and I can tell this is the case.




#156232 Doing some testing with ping plotter

Posted by Zennon on 2 weeks ago

Because 70/70 gives you the maximum bandwidth for other users on your network before the pings would spike higher when the BB is in heavy use.

 

So setting it lower all you are seeing is lower bandwidth for the rest of the users on the network.




#155578 Draytek Vigor 130 setup

Posted by Zennon on 3 weeks ago

Tried it, it didn't work but...

 

 

When I changed a setting from ADSL to VDSL it connected and now everything is working as it should :)

Oh wow mate haha ;)




#155522 Lag Compensation Problems? (not sure what this is tbh)

Posted by Zennon on 3 weeks ago

In the UK we use an Rj11 cable from the master socket to the modem.

So to diagnose until you can prove it is an ISP issue start with the cheapest options first to yourself, replace Rj11 then the Rj45 (Ethernet) and if that does not help then the modem you could ask for a replacement or purchase a better one yourself.

If it still persists it is an ISP broadband or line issue.


#155488 Lag Compensation Problems? (not sure what this is tbh)

Posted by Zennon on 3 weeks ago

Can you show this happening live in a video?

I could but that could be faked.

 

Everyone can download PingPlotter ping twitter.com while running a speedtest on a PC or laptop which saturates your line and have the sliders at 100% then on the next test have them at 70% and you will see the results for your own line.

 

Test using preemptive then with reactive to find the lowest jitter between the two.




#155458 Lag Compensation Problems? (not sure what this is tbh)

Posted by Zennon on 3 weeks ago

Monzo if you are trying to upload a PingPlotter sample set then you could use dropbox or wetransfer as the file may be to big for the forum.

 

Re : Bufferbloat....

 

Your line or modem has to be of a good standard to start with to get a good bufferbloat when you give the line headroom with congestion control.

 

If your line is congested with other users then using congestion control will stop the other data packets from causing saturation/bufferbloat.

 

If your line only has gaming packets in/out then congestion control will not make your hit detection better or worse per % that is not how headroom works.

 

Its stops local congestion so if there is somebody downloading at full speed it will keep pings low. as there is headroom so your line does not saturate.

 

Hyper traffic enabled device packets will leave/return before other network traffic by dropping the other packets and your gaming packets will leave/return.

 

By using CC and hyperlane your gaming experience on a busy network will play as if you are the sole user, It will not though give you an advantage, better hit detection etc




#155292 Thinking of changing BT HH...

Posted by Zennon on 3 weeks ago

Match the chipset which is a Lantiq in the ECI with the chipset in the modem you purchase, so what the guys have suggested is spot on.