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  1. mountainping

    COD WW2

    in WWII you can hear enemy chatter and they can make out your location by this as well
  2. mountainping

    COD WW2

    heads up, it took about a day or two for them to follow up with the actual beta code...
  3. mountainping

    COD WW2

    input into cod website, then you will have to wait for them to email you back with a follow up code which then is applied to your console store.
  4. mountainping

    COD WW2

    if you don't want it ill gladly take it off your hands i enjoy it so far.
  5. mountainping

    COD WW2

    could also be due to the screen people play on, on their screen you might not see someone poking out, but the enemy might if their screens input delay is closer to that of a CRT screen.
  6. mountainping

    COD WW2

    just seen your gif of AW... so funny.you never stood a chance to that BAL lol lol....
  7. mountainping

    COD WW2

    honestly , no way of knowing.. unfortunately
  8. cod is running off of dedicated servers, so if you are connecting to the same one repeatedly ,than chances are your connection in game should be consistently good through out..
  9. you mean you Kept Infinite Warfare? lol
  10. mountainping

    COD WW2

    there are about 4 or 5 U.K. dedi servers for WWII on ps4
  11. mountainping

    COD WW2

    game plays well so far.. not as many dedicated servers on this game from my understanding. mainly in U.K. and near east coast... find the server nearest you and connect to that one on strict mode. went 19 and 5 my last game.... just keep playing upgrade your weapons and attune them to your liking (sensitivity included) . this game has a much different TTK then previous , if you are lagging i would attest that to many things, possibly a congested node? keep us updated on how its going and follow up...i will as well, though so far it is working well for me..remember farther you are away from the dedicated server, the more often enemies will see you before you see them. just find the server closest/or that works best
  12. ill try n find a service that will let me post link to pimage
  13. i was trying to post a picture of the Dedicated server locations, but apparently i cant post imgur.com photos? they have quite a few of them in the U.K. ...then some spread quite thin in the USA.most being on the east coast
  14. title says it. go play & test folks!
  15. post the model # of your modem. not the mac address , but the model of the modem.. for example "Netgear cm500" i suspect it may be the modem since you say your ISP swapped it out. there are some issues known to modems that use a PUMA6 chip that correlate with ping spikes & latency.and it is very possible that your new modem suffers from this issue. cheers
  16. i DO notice when my ping fluctuates about 10 ms(especially when playing on a monitor).. the hit registration changes. may not notice it but you Will "feel" it. shots don't connect as smoothly. try the congestion control and see if that improves your ping fluctuation while using netflix cheers
  17. listen, most of those router mentioned by OP are the same exact routers that are already on the market today, just with a different coat of paint & a re skinned GUI and re-wording of the QOS system they have in place to entice gamers specifically. They are not really building anything from the ground up towards gaming. Best piece of advice, save your money on those things as they are more or less gimmicks.Just to be clear , i am not talking or referring to the R1 only to those routers which OP has suggested as well as even the netgear nighthawk "gaming switch".. these things are no different from what is already available and do not do anything special that a simple router or switch can do. its merely a nicer "cooler" looking device with rgb Led's on them to make them considered "gaming" peripherals.. the linksys ac3200 has the EXACT same internals as the "Linksys WRT 32X Gaming router". yet they are pushing it for i believe $100 more.. the asus AC5300 is that expensive because of the real world wifi throughput it offers and is the reason the router is on the rather large size.. has nothing to do with gaming but looks pretty neat and has extensive wifi coverage. this is aimed at gamers because most casual gamers play video games over wifi and their product aims to be in the wifi coverage department with all sorts of edges and curves on it to make it look futuristic for gaming... none of these router will really do anything different than a $80 router in terms of ethernet performance(not talking about wifi performance, most certainly a router with more & powerful antennas could output stronger wifi signal) . Not to mention if their firmware isn't stable than your base ping could increase by a couple/few milliseconds just by using the router. im fine with the R1 since it adds no additional latency/jitter on top of the base ping directly from the modem. just use an ethernet switch if you need more ports. cheers
  18. curious if you were able to select the server you want to join? to my knowledge LawBreakers on PS4 allowed the option for players to pick which region they connect to. i know i was able to without any assist from the R1.
  19. curious, does the geo filter use more router cpu power when its opened in a browser? or is it generally "always" running regardless if you have it opened in a window or not? just asking to see if it can reduce cpu load by not having the GUI/Geo filter open to view 24/7 type of thing,
  20. Type in the same local IP address of the R1 as you would on a computer, then log in. Hope this helped answer your question
  21. Go to miscellaneous settings, Enable turbo mode, as well as the second turbo mode option. This should get you as close to your 1gb speeds as possible.and yes I would leave the congestion control at 100% . As there is more than enough bandwidth to go around for all of your devices. Hope that helped answer your question
  22. Can confirm , still being kicked from matchmaking with geo filter on , strict mode off, cloud set to auto and bleeding edge,and distance set to 750miles. Continuously receiving beaver error (played some Saturday, and just now). Like we said it will find us players near by then as the match loads you in it will change host resulting in booting.. that smart geo filter thing I mentioned would come in handy.. when I manually try to disable geo filter myself after finding a match , it seems as if the filter is still active (my assumption is the anti cheat kicking in) because I still end up being booted and receiving beaver error in destiny 1 ps4. also still getting packet loss errors with geo filter enabled in uncharted 4.could be the geo filter ignoring packets from people outside my filter range, which is causing the game to think I have packet loss issues. UPDATE: just found a match in 6v6 destiny clash. thought I was safe & got half way in score then got booted from lobby. host probably changed mid game, geo filter did its job and ignored host outside my range which resulted in me being booted. = problematic . geo filter should shut itself off during match to keep from you being booted after already finding a lobby. Unfortunately no additional I.d.'s will solve this, seems more like a distance filter issue even with strict mode off :/
  23. LOL you have almost 0 jitter... wish they had your isp out my way
  24. netgear CM600 / CM1000 or arris sb8200 . if you think your area will eventually get docsis 3.1 then cm1000/SB8200 are 100% perfect for future proofing. but the cm600 should be more than enough by the looks of your bandwidth plan. cheers
  25. if both ip's got banned then it sounds like a console ban of some sort... which games were you playing while this happened?
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