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    pollutionblues reacted to major masingil in COD WW2 Activision servers will break a man   
    I saw those same patch notes and thought, "fixed for whom?"  Their system is broken down
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from ColonicBoom in COD WW2 Activision servers will break a man   
    There’s nothing we can do on our end to solve the server disconnects apart from wait for SHG to fix the problem. It seems the last update really messed things up even though the patch notes said something like “fixed an issue relating to disconnects” Ive been kicked 5 or 6 times already tonight. My wife & I play COD together (on seperate xboxes) and it’s only one or the other of us get kicked from a round. It’s really frustrating. Hopefully they fix it soon.
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    pollutionblues reacted to major masingil in COD WW2 Activision servers will break a man   
    Since WW2 released I'd get the occasional lag out. Maybe 1 or 2 times a week.  Since the last 2 patches I can barely play the game.  I keep "disconnecting from activision servers."  I stopped using the Geofilter to see if that was causing me to disconnect, but it's not the GF.  Now I'm only using Ping Assist, but I am getting kicked out almost every other game.  Especially if I have a really good game.  I was trying to bank on all the double XP for Winter Seige Update this weekend, but ended up having to reboot so much that it seemed like I was only getting regular XP.  I won't even mention the lost supply drops and other awards I earned but didn't get.  
     
    I'm going to have to go back to TF2.  It's mechanically superior in every way. If you're on top of a leaderboard in TF1 or TF 2 you deserve to be there.  The amount of skill it takes to play well makes it really hard to learn, but once you know the movement, it makes you feel like you can do anything.  WW2 is fun, but it seriously looks like a trip back in time to Nintendo 64 as far as player mechanics and graphics. If I'm going to lag out almost every game and lose anything I gained why would i want to embrace the grind?  
     
    I should state that this is the first game I've played since purchasing the R1 that I have ever had serious disconnect problems.
     
    Does anyone have an idea on how to combat these COD / Activision servers?  I have open NAT, UPnP on, and sliders at 70%. No geofilter for the time being.
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Zoom factor   
    Make sure you zoom out, select the zoom level you want and zoom in again. Does that work? On the Profiles page where is says 'General Gaming' click on the drop down box and COD Ultimate is at the bottom. 
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    pollutionblues reacted to Flash71 in Zoom factor   
    Got it now, I'm a bit useless :-)
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from Netduma Jack in Dedicated server problem   
    If you temp ban a server during a game it will kick you from the game. If you want to avoid that specific server set your ping assist to 0, make sure the server is outside your geo-filter range and tick strict mode.
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    pollutionblues reacted to BENORMOUS in Netduma router - What's the point?   
    It's not just the geo filtering it's the CC keeping anyone within the home from saturating your bandwidth causing you jitter/spikes
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    pollutionblues reacted to ColonicBoom in Netduma router - What's the point?   
    That's a strange question, you've already partially answered it.
    It's supposed to prevent you from joining high-latency hosts, like you said. It's not supposed to stop other players from joining the lobby, nothing does that.
    And like Benormous said, it stops local congestion caused by other people on your network.
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from ColonicBoom in Ip Range   
    192.168.88.100 to 192.168.88.250
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from ColonicBoom in Dedicated server problem   
    If you temp ban a server during a game it will kick you from the game. If you want to avoid that specific server set your ping assist to 0, make sure the server is outside your geo-filter range and tick strict mode.
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    pollutionblues reacted to Ste in Ip Range   
    Cheers Pal
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    pollutionblues reacted to Guilders in Temp Ban of Servers   
    Hey Fraser, I'm away this weekend on an xmas lodge booze up.
     
    I'm home Monday and will do an extended gaming session and will let you know.
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from ColonicBoom in Moderate NAT   
    If you disable the geo-filter by unticking the ‘enable’ box do you get an open NAT? You may have to reboot your console.
     
    Regarding your post about the slow GUI in another post, check you don’t have UPnP and portforwarding both enabled and also see this link.
     
    http://forum.netduma.com/topic/19266-slow-gui-interface-the-solution-is-here/
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from ColonicBoom in Moderate NAT   
    Its not a firmware issue. getting an open NAT is perfectly possible. I have 4 xbox ones in my house all with open NATs.
     
    Ill do my best to help you, I'm not sure what steps you've already tried so Ill just make some suggestions to begin with.
     
    Firstly: make sure the geo-filter is disabled as having it enabled while checking your NAT type can cause the Xbox to falsely report a Moderate NAT. Also make sure that upnp forwarding in miscellaneous is disabled and you have no rules set up in port forwarding.
     
    Is your BT modem the (white) Openreach one or the (black) BT Homehub? If its the BT Homehub then you need to put the Netdumas WAN IP from the device manager page into the BT Homehub's DMZ.


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    pollutionblues got a reaction from ColonicBoom in Temp Ban of Servers   
    That’s a graphical glitch that happens with the ping graph sometimes. Follow this guide and that should fix it.
     
    http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000022397-why-can-t-i-ping-
     
    Hopefully it might fix the temp ban issue your having as well.
     
    It might be best to edit the picture showing your IP address
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    pollutionblues reacted to Sal in Temp Ban of Servers   
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    Right good shout I didn’t want to further dilute the issue page I thought I’ll tag along to someone else having similar issues lol.
     
    I’ll get post out today thnx Pol!
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    pollutionblues reacted to DUMA BOLTON in Moderate NAT   
    That did the trick, It's a Little bit more hassle to keep turning it on and off tho    Would be great if the guy's could fix this is the future, Fingers crossed 
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from MassaDebata85 in Strange things happening recently.   
    @Massadebata the 200ms ping sounds like a graphical glitch with the ping graph. Post your own topic to get help with it.
     
    @Free try the advice above, if that doesn’t fix it post your own topic to get help.
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from DUMA BOLTON in Moderate NAT   
    Its not a firmware issue. getting an open NAT is perfectly possible. I have 4 xbox ones in my house all with open NATs.
     
    Ill do my best to help you, I'm not sure what steps you've already tried so Ill just make some suggestions to begin with.
     
    Firstly: make sure the geo-filter is disabled as having it enabled while checking your NAT type can cause the Xbox to falsely report a Moderate NAT. Also make sure that upnp forwarding in miscellaneous is disabled and you have no rules set up in port forwarding.
     
    Is your BT modem the (white) Openreach one or the (black) BT Homehub? If its the BT Homehub then you need to put the Netdumas WAN IP from the device manager page into the BT Homehub's DMZ.


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    pollutionblues got a reaction from Netduma Jack in Moderate NAT   
    Its not a firmware issue. getting an open NAT is perfectly possible. I have 4 xbox ones in my house all with open NATs.
     
    Ill do my best to help you, I'm not sure what steps you've already tried so Ill just make some suggestions to begin with.
     
    Firstly: make sure the geo-filter is disabled as having it enabled while checking your NAT type can cause the Xbox to falsely report a Moderate NAT. Also make sure that upnp forwarding in miscellaneous is disabled and you have no rules set up in port forwarding.
     
    Is your BT modem the (white) Openreach one or the (black) BT Homehub? If its the BT Homehub then you need to put the Netdumas WAN IP from the device manager page into the BT Homehub's DMZ.


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    pollutionblues got a reaction from Netduma Jack in Strange things happening recently.   
    @Massadebata the 200ms ping sounds like a graphical glitch with the ping graph. Post your own topic to get help with it.
     
    @Free try the advice above, if that doesn’t fix it post your own topic to get help.
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from Netduma Jack in Strange things happening recently.   
    Make sure you don’t have both UPnP and port forwarding enabled at the same time. Also have a look at this guide regarding slow interface and see if that helps: http://forum.netduma.com/topic/19266-slow-gui-interface-the-solution-is-here/
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from Netduma Jack in Recently started losing all connections (wired and wifi)   
    Your right, it shouldn’t cause the Xbox to drop connection but resetting the priority to default is just to try and troubleshoot the problem.
     
    The WiFi dropping could mean you need to change the WiFi channel. I’ve had to do this myself in the past and changing the channel sorted the WiFi drop out problem.
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    pollutionblues got a reaction from carl0024 in Preemptive or Reactive for 85mb downoad; 35mp upload?   
    From a purely speed point of view, then you should use reactive as you may not get your full 85mbps using preemptive. You don’t need turbo mode.
     
    Preemptive was built from the ground up by Iain and is patented by Netduma. It works more aggressively to handle bufferbloat than the reactive algorithm (this is why you don’t get full speeds with more than 60Mbps). The reactive algorithm uses FQ_Codel.
     
    With the algorithms it’s about finding what one works best for you while gaming. I have been on 80/20 fibre and now I’m on 8/0.8 ADSL and I find reactive works best on both for me. Many others find preemptive works best. Experiment with them and see what works for you.
     
    If preemptive works best while gaming for you then you can always switch back to reactive after you finish gaming if preemptive lowers your speed too much.
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    pollutionblues reacted to fuzzy clam in iMac interference   
    I'm gonna give it a try today and see if I notice a difference with hit detection while running my laptop wired with the WiFi turned off
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