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  1. Hello again, I would just like to thank you gentlemen for all of your support so far I truly do appreciate it. I have begun doing numerous ping plotter tests and am now able to see the ping spikes and latency and when it is happening. I have been extensively adjusting my download and upload sliders but have yet to find a stable or consistent percentage where spikes are reduced to a minimum. I am beginning to think that the landline quality connected into my home is poor and I am considering contacting my ISP with evidence of the spikes and asking them to fix it. Are there any important settings on the router I am missing that may help fix these problems as well ? Thanks again for all the help.
  2. Hello Fraser, Yes that is correct. At first I thought it was a congestion issue however that more I modify the QOS sliders and get the same results the more i'm beginning to think it is not an issue with congestion. Unfortunately the link that you have provided does not seem to take me anywhere. I'm getting a webpage does not exist message.
  3. This is my first post on any forum ever so I apologize for any mistakes I make while typing this out. I've had a Netduma r1 for about 4 or 5 months and overall I've been enjoying the experience. However, I've noticed a problem while doing research on optimizing my internet connection for PS4 online play. Every time I've tested my playstation 4 's internet on www.dslreports.com, I would always have excess ping over idle, download, and upload. I'm aware of what bufferbloat is and I believe I've taken every action I could in trying to prevent bufferbloat. I've seen almost every video I could on the topic and I've applied everything I've learned on the topic yet, i'm constantly ending up with the same results. I've also altered and played with every setting on DumaOS on my R1 but I'm always ending up with the same results. Some bonus information in case it helps, I use comcast xfinity internet and I live in the midwest of the US. My speeds are 150 down and no more than 12 up. I usually have the netduma set to 90% down and up while allocating most of the bandwidth to the PS4. I've played with turning share excess on and off and get better results with it off. I'll also provide a screenshot of how the majority of the dslreports test results look when testing on the playstation 4. If there are any other questions I can answer for anyone helping look for a solution please let me know. Thank you for taking the time to read and help out I really do appreciate it.
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