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  1. If that happens without the Geo-filter on then it acts like a normal router. Out of interest disable hyper traffic and turbo mode and see if it continues to occur.

    Tried to use port forwarding instead of UPnP, didn't help, got 2 disconects... Then tried your suggestion & disable turbo mode, played something like 7 matches without issues... I will test more then.


  2. Hey, welcome to the forum!

     

    I can't specify if it will help with input lag or not but it will help you get the lowest ping possible. Though with FUT there are not many servers. 

     

    A PingPlotter direct from your existing modem/router would definitely be a good start. Also I would just double check everything from our blog here to see if anything can be improved: https://netduma.com/blog/fifa-17-lag-fix-guide/https://netduma.com/blog/fifa-17-lag-fix-guide/

    Ok. I will also try to forwards ports instead of using UPnP


  3. Hi Fraser,

     

    In general Netduma helps me to determine good servers to play, however I started to get disconnects very often when using Netduma in Fifa 17. It happens both for weekend league & online draft matches. For instance during last WL I got 6 disconnects during 30 matches... Just played draft I had dc in the 3rd match...And there were more cases like that. Even when I disable geo/host filtering, the issue is still happens. The behavior is always same - disconnect occurs in the beginning of the match (like 20-30 seconds from the start). It says "You have lost connection to EA servers"...

     

    I don't have this issue when using standard router. In both cases I use cable connection. Any thoughts what in Netduma may cause that?


  4. Hi,

     

    Here is more data from my weekend league matches:

     

    ID:    7d9f4e193c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping52ms
    ID:    7d9f4f1a3c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping39ms
    ID:    ad9f9c673c4c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping60ms
    ID:    ad9fa7723c4c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping61ms
    ID:    ad9f9d683c4c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping68ms
    ID:    7d9f58233c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping37ms
    ID:    7d9f5e293c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping37ms
    ID:    7d9f5a253c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping41ms
    ID:    7d9f511c3c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping41ms
    ID:    7d9f521d3c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping38ms
    ID:    7d9f4c173c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping68ms
    ID:    7d9f56213c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping42ms
    ID:    7d9f612c3c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping38ms
    ID:    ad9f8d583c4c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping57ms
    ID:    7d9f59243c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping36ms
    ID:    ad9fa36e3c4c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping56ms
    ID:    7d9f5c273c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping37ms
    ID:    7d9f5d283c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping37ms
    ID:    7d9f5f2a3c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping42ms
    ID:    ad9f844f3c4c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping54ms
    ID:    7d9f57223c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping37ms
    ID:    ad9fa46f3c4c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping87ms
    ID:    7d9f541f3c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping39ms
    ID:    7d9f622d3c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping43ms
    ID:    7d9f602b3c1c9499    Distance:9681km,    ping41ms

     

    Is it possible to find out IPs from these descriptors?


  5. Hi Fraser,

     

    Played 10 weekend league matches today, had more or less normal connection, but all the time servers mislocated. Below info:

     

    ID: 7d9f612c3c1c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 38 ms
    Ukraine, Kyiv

    ID: ad9f8b563c4c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 55ms

    ID: 7d9f521d3c1c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 38

    ID: 7d9f4f1a3c1c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 40

    ID: 7d9f5b263c1c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 43

    ID: ad9f8a553c4c9499    Distance: 9681km  
    ping 68

    ID: 7d9f622d3c1c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 43

    ID: 7d9f521d3c1c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 38
     
    ID: 7d9f4c173c1c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 38

    ID: ad9fa8733c4c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 56

    ID: 7d9f511c3c1c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 42

    ID: 7d9f5c273c1c9499    Distance: 9681km
    ping 38


  6. I'm good thank you, how about yourself? 

     

    What I would do is have my location in Ukraine with the radius large enough to cover Ireland and Netherlands. Strict on & ping assist at 70ms. That way you know that if anything gets blocked it would've been a high ping, leaving you with only games in your radius or under your ping limit. You're also covered in case there is a mis located server as ping assist would pick it up.

     

    No you wouldn't get disconnected, once you're connected to them thats it - even if you were to block a person using deny & allow you would have to be disconnected from them for 2 minutes - it's our anti-cheat. Ping assist only handles the initial connection. So if you got disconnected it wouldn't have been due to ping assist.

     

    Of course make sure you're utilising congestion control at the same time for the most optimum experience possible.

    I'm fine, new box works as expected :)   Thanks, that a good point to know about ping assist. Will try those settings during the weekend.


  7. Hi Fraser,

     

    Hope you're doing well :)

     

    What is the best way to optimize settings for weekend league for Fifa 17? I'm located in Ukraine and most likely usually connected to server in Ireland... I think server in Netherlands also exists, but not sure how often I'm on it...

     

    Should I use geo-filter or ping assist would be better? I tried once ping assist and set limit to 70ms, but got 2 disconnects during the game (not sure if it was Netduma or EA servers as usual)...So I have a question - if I set limit 70ms for ping, then match starts and suddenly (my opponent's inet, server lag, my own Inet) pings raises, let's say to 90. Will Netduma drop the connection in that case and I will get disconnect?


  8. Hi,

     

    Today I got a replacement and have to say it's different story :)

     

    Local test:

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    Remote test:

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    Thank you for help & assistance!

     

    P.S. As a wi-fi professional I have to say that default Wi-Fi settings on Netduma are not optimal - it's much better to have default channel 1 or 6 or 11 (current is 7) to have lower interference with neighboring networks; it should be WPA2-PSK and not WPA-PSK2.  Just change it in the next update:)


  9. No way to access console but okay let's try a 1 on 1 post here: http://forum.netduma.com/forum/66-request-1-on-1/and I will have a look. Let me know dates/times next week you'd be available.

     

    Please read this first before making the post: http://forum.netduma.com/topic/11450-read-before-posting-a-1-on-1-request/

    Thank you. I posted topic here:

    http://forum.netduma.com/topic/20832-almost-0-upload-speed-for-all-devices1x1/

     

    I'm available tomorrow on Monday almost all day - starting from 11 CET till 22. If you can't on Monday, then we can try on Wednesday, 18 CET.


  10. Hi,

     

     

     

    Firmware version: R1 debug version 1.03.6h running on rb-951g-2hnd 

     

    The issue you are having (include as many details as possible and a link to the original thread about your issue):

    General suport topic is here :http://forum.netduma.com/topic/20800-almost-0-upload-speed/

    The issue is that I have almost 0 upload speed (varies from 0 to 1-2 Mbit/s on ALL devices connected  via Netduma). All suggested options  described in FAQs & manuals applied without success

     

    Times/dates available: Monday from 11CET - 22 CET, Wednesday 18:00 CET


  11. have you tried swapping the ethernet cable that connects the ISP hub to the Netduma?

    No, since it's fully functional & verified by cable tester  Fluke Linksprinter 300 (and it was actually swapped 2 days ago, I asked my ISP to replace it to have Gigabit connection). I also tried to put that cable directly to my PC & I have 700-800 Mbit/s download/upload using that way.


  12. It's not about device I'm testing speeds... It's bad on ALL kind devices - wired PC, Wi-Fi devices (Asus 68AC adapter, Galaxy S7). On all devices I have very poor upload speed (0-2 Mbit/s) which is really noticeable even with usual web-surfing. 

     

    At the same time, when I just plug my ISP cable to my wired PC, I have 700 Mbit/s dowload & 800 Mbit/s upload... But with Netduma everything is ruined...

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