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iAmMoDBoX

iAmMoDBoX

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#173462 "This game is going to end with a stupid goal."

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 4 days ago




#173121 IPv6 and congestion control issues

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on A week ago

Just wondering if there was a fix to it. Thanks

 

Don't use IPv6... Makes no difference




#172608 Bufferbloat issues on R1

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 2 weeks ago

I highly doubt it... qos settings on R1 suck

 

K... enjoy the Linksys.

 

When you want to fix user error, we'll gladly help.




#172605 Need Access Point Suggestions and How-To

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 2 weeks ago

That modem is only $40 too!! Nice and $ savings from the isp too with their shitty modem. I'm in on that!!

 

It's sometimes on sale for $30 but yeah it's worth it over any ISP modem

 

Also don't hi-jack other people's threads like this lol




#172601 Need Access Point Suggestions and How-To

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 2 weeks ago

Ok cool, cool. Just thought the more channels the better. Wasn't sure. Just want to maximize the technology if its there. Thats why I'm asking ya. Thanks for your input!!

 

8x4 can do 343 Mbps down and 131 Mbps up... There's no need for anything more on a 100/10 plan.




#172599 Bufferbloat issues on R1

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 2 weeks ago

I didn’t have the PC in hyperlane, just upped the priority

It seemed to handle it just fine on another router. R1 was getting lag spikes, Linksys one didn’t

 

I didn’t have the PC in hyperlane, just upped the priority

It seemed to handle it just fine on another router. R1 was getting lag spikes, Linksys one didn’t

 

Something was setup wrong then




#172587 Need Access Point Suggestions and How-To

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 2 weeks ago

Your right I clicked on the wrong one. I was looking at them yesterday but I'm not sure what to look for. That one you recommended is only an 8x4 for the channels. Here's the actual list from spectrum. It says recommended https://www.spectrum...harter-network/

 

Yeah ONLY 8x4... That's enough.

 

TC-7610 is the only modem I'd ever recommend.




#172584 Need Access Point Suggestions and How-To

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 2 weeks ago

Hey Modbox what up? Just had a quick question for ya since your a very knowlegeable fella. I'm thinking about upgrading my isp's modem. I currently have 100 down 10 up with charter and my modem is a Cisco DPC 3216. Which one of these would you buy or wouldn't you https://www.buyacabl...com/charter.php. Those are the charter approved modems. I need something that won't be to difficult to set up. Was hoping a better modem would drop my ping a bit. Thaks!

 

That's not an official list, but the TP-Link TC-7610 will work with 100/10 speeds from Charter




#172582 Bufferbloat issues on R1

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 2 weeks ago

Quick background..

I currently have 200MB fiber directly into the home. I let the R1 automatically configure for my speeds. Turbo is checked, reactive algorithm, and sliders at 70%, geo filter set, Xbox in hyper lane, and Xbox prioritized, and was still having issues on COD WW2 lag.. just barely seeing enemy’s and dropping, no hit markers, bullet sponges, you get the picture.

I decided to do a network congestion test. Changed all the priority from my Xbox to my laptop. I then streamed 2 4K videos and two HD videos and ran bufferbloat tests using the R1, it rated my quality as a C and no higher than a B rating on Bufferbloat. I ran no lower than 10 tests all said I had low quality internet and bufferbloat issues. I removed some congestion with the same results.

I went to Best Buy and purchased the Linksys WRT32X gaming router, I placed the R1 behind that. Put the R1 in a DMZ, and placed the R1 with the highest priority on the QOS settings. I hardwired my laptop and console into the R1 for Geo filter only.
I defaulted the R1 which reset all the QOS sliders. So it was basically only doing Geofilter services for me. I ran the same testing and my bufferbloat and Quality was A+ across the board, I ran at least 15 tests with an abnormal amount of congestion and little to no congestion through the R1 to the Linksys killer router, all A+ ratings


Conclusion, the R1 QOS algorithm is not very good at all comparatively.
Unless someone has some suggestions on this?

 

You probably had your PC in hyperlane while testing, which is only meant for low bandwidth traffic such as gaming... Take your PC out of hyperlane, reset the distribution and make sure share excess is checked

 

Then recheck your bufferbloat.

 

I can get A+ at 70% most of the time but that site is also unreliable because if your computer can't handle running it then it will show ping spikes that aren't actually there. The best way to test is using pingplotter or command prompt ping while downloading/uploading and watch the ping yourself. For me, the same settings will always give a different result on that site.




#172580 Need Access Point Suggestions and How-To

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 2 weeks ago

https://www.amazon.c...L70_&dpSrc=srch

 

Expensive... but the best solution




#170961 switching from comcast to verizon

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 4 weeks ago

im tired of paying 224$ monthly so im switching to verizon but not fios 1.1 mbs and 0.5 upload any avice?

 

It's DSL so you're gonna have to really make use of congestion control because if anyone does anything in your house while you're playing you will lag. Generally DSL has amazing ping though




#170920 Getting Uncaught error messages? Here's the solution!

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 4 weeks ago

That is probably just due to the fact that we are not supporting the interface being used on a mobile at the moment.

 

That's what I figured




#170237 why can't we hide SSID?

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 17 January 2018 - 12:58 AM

Interesting, so they can show the actual SSID when hidden? if so, maybe DumaOS can develop a more sophisticated method to hide. thanks you 2.


My 20 year old Linksys WRT54G router can show hidden WiFi networks with a site scan. Hell my printer picks up hidden WiFi networks lol


#170235 What is the best modem to use with spectrum cable

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 17 January 2018 - 12:56 AM

http://stopthecap.co...ew-speed-tiers/

Yeah so like I just said the TC-7610 is the best modem for speeds up to 100 Mbps.

It can do over 300 Mbps but for whatever reason they won’t approve it for more than 100.


#170218 What is the best modem to use with spectrum cable

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 16 January 2018 - 09:57 PM

Your Help would be greatly appreciate it.

 

The one above... But they will only allow it for speeds up to 100 Mbps