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  1. Had a full night of steady pings and great games. Cheers guys.
  2. Ok so I think i've got somewhere. I ran Ping Plotter from 100% and went down in 5% increments, it was actually quite surprising that, for example, 65% could be okish but 60% be terrible and then 50% be ok again. So i've attached the results for those intrested, 20% up and 20% down was the sweet spot. I suppose that last thing to test is tomorow when I go to play CoD i'll set the QoS to " When High Priority Traffic Detected" rather than "Always" and see how it goes, i'll just have to set it to "Never" when the Xbox gets any downloads.
  3. I am indeed using PPPoE with Connection Always On, it was all pre-filled in by the setup of the router with just the input of the BT username and password. I've just done a quick test before leaving for work and went to an extreme level of adjusting the QoS to 30/30 and instead of getting 100+ spikes it was spiking to about 58 which is getting better I guess. I'll have a read of the guide tomorrow and run some more thorough testing.
  4. Every device is connected to the XR500, I didn't want to use BTs Home Hub so I've been using an Openreach modem. I disabled IPV6 but had the same issue. I decided to factory reset the router and all I put in was the port forwarding for CoD and set the QoS to 70/70, no geo Filter or anything else. Same issue.
  5. No progress, I set it to Always, put the QoS to 70/70 and put the firestick on with Netflix running. No change. I then put the QoS to 60/60. No Change. I then turned the Netflix off and back to perfect again. I've made a couple of gifs to show the differences. http://imgur.com/a/HF6bCV3
  6. Unfortunately that had no change, I'll try putting the QoS on Always tomorrow and see what that does.
  7. Hey guys. First off I've been trying to use the search feature about this but the posts I looked at were vague in the answers or went off topic. I've been using the XR500 for around a year now with a 70 down 20 up connection, QoS set to 65% down 70% up. Aside from the usual CoD server issues I've not had much problem until last month. I went online like I normally would and my connection was horrible, it was spiking (1 second in game stutters) every 5-10 seconds but when looking at my ping it was always a steady connection of 25-35 depending on the server. This eventually stopped happening and after a few nights of cursing my ISP I figured out it was everytime the wife was upstairs watching Netflix on the Firestick, thing she has almost always done this since CoD WWII and it never done this before in this game or the previous. I've tried the following: Increasing the xbox prioritisation to 80% and Firestick to 10% - no change Rebooting all devices including the modem - no change I don't really want to go down the route of turning off connection share and have to manually set values for every device in the house if I can help it. The xbox is wired and the Firestick is wireless, the router is setup to use the same SSID on both 2.4G and 5G and as I type this I wonder if splitting it and connecting the firestick to the 2.4 would do anything. Any ideas are welcome, I've included a picture of the network monitor but it's not really that informative.
  8. You'll notice the "Dedicated" in the screenshot All of a sudden the whole party go "woaaaah" https://xboxdvr.com/gamer/rabb/video/64628063 This happened just after midnight so I guess the servers turned to pumpkins.
  9. Xbox One X Primeraly TDM but sometimes DOM if people play the actual objective. XR500 Aberdeenshire, Scotland Setting my GeoFilter over the UK and the North of France and it nearly always says I'm connecting to a Peer with Auto Ping on, I have had the occasional "Dedicated" appear but it's few and far between and I've just chalked it up to the Cloud issues. I don't think there's much the Duma team can do right now other than working on the server cloud because every game I'm in says I'm running 21ms ping but there's loads of players in my games jittering about as if they're running at 10 frames a second but myself and my friends have watched each other and we're moving around smoothly. An example of such lag: https://xboxdvr.com/gamer/rabb/video/64600597
  10. I'm more concerned about Americans connecting onto our servers, it might be a good game for you but your teleporting on my screen
  11. Same here (XR500) if I join my friend it works, thought I was going mental. I'll put it on spectating mode for now
  12. Is this why i'm only connecting to Peers? I tried this on my xbox but everytime i pressed A it only showed a server in Germany (im in Scotland). I tried it multiple times but it was always the same. I played a few games and took a record of what i connected to, i don't know if it'll help as much but here you go. Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 44580ad5f5e3c5ca Domain: 58cae300.lon.100tb.com Ping: 22ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 1c588a55f5bbc5ca Domain: 88.202.187.85.static.midphase.com Ping: 22ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: a952cb96ef489ea3 Domain: 82.163.72.150 Ping: 22ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 5057fdc8f4ef7075 Domain: 87.117.239.200 Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 1c588d58f5bbc5ca Domain: 88.202.187.88.static.midphase.com Ping: 22ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: a9527742ef489ea3 Domain: reek-float.onlineblow.com Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: a952e3aeef489ea3 Domain: 82.163.72.174 Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 451f0ad5bce41318 Domain: 1f18e4d5.setaptr.net Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 1c587c47f5bbc5ca Domain: 88.202.187.71.static.midphase.com Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: d76d25f00a76767b Domain: mp30.mpdedicated.com Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: a952d5a0ef489ea3 Domain: 82.163.72.160 Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 451f0bd6bce41318 Domain: 1f18e4d6.setaptr.net Ping: 22ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 1c588550f5bbc5ca Domain: 88.202.187.80.static.midphase.com Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 1c589f6af5bbc5ca Domain: 88.202.187.106.static.midphase.com Ping: 22ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 451f19e4bce41318 Domain: 1f18e4e4.setaptr.net Ping: 22ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: a952d09bef489ea3 Domain: 82.163.72.155 Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 451f18e3bce41318 Domain: 1f18e4e3.setaptr.net Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland Server location on the map: London Host Type: Peer ID: 44580ed9f5e3c5ca Domain: 58cae300.lon.100tb.com Ping: 21ms Your location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
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