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    Bert got a reaction from GHOST-1-EC in Gaming Hardware and Settings - Controllers, Headsets, Monitors, Router/s   
    The new version works for me
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    Bert reacted to RedBull2k in Gaming Hardware and Settings - Controllers, Headsets, Monitors, Router/s   
    Here is another update Latest
    I think i will look into other setups, i have the same set up as @GHOST-1-EC maybe there are other factors for me to change for other setups.
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    Bert got a reaction from Newfie in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    It's not PPPoE that is causing a issue with QoS, it's VLAN tagging.
     
    So if you use PPPoE alone you're fine but if you need to use VLAN tagging it screws with your upload QoS.
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    Bert got a reaction from F1RE-BUG in XR500 and PPPoE   
    @F1RE-BUG
    No but then you have a FTTH connection.
     
    FTTH/FTTP = Fiber To The Home / Fiber To The Premises. Here you have a fiberoptic cable entering your house and that plugs either in a ONT or ISP supplied router/ONT. The ONT is basicly just a signal conversion however often they can also do other stuff like QoS etc. In this case you can plug your XR500 straight into the ONT. Or like I have, I have my fiber connector straight into the SFP+ module on a switch, connected with s SC module. This connection is often symmetrical ie 100/100, 500/500 etc. It's easily possible because RX and TX on a fiber line have different frequencies. If you have 200/200 that's simply a limit set by your provider but the line can easily handle 1000/1000 and upwards in most cases.
     
    FTTC = Fiber To The Cabinet. In this case you have a fiber connection to a central point in your neighborhood and you use a xDSL line to connect to the fiber point. So in this case you do need a modem. Because of limits in the xDSL technology you often have a asymmetrical line because DSL is limited in how much data it can transmit & recieve by the amount of channels it uses. This is also why you often see that xDSL providers have lower speed ratings in their outer service regions, because of signal noise interference they can't guarantee a certain speed.
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    Bert got a reaction from Kostas83 in XR500 and PPPoE   
    Depends on.
     
    If your modem and ISP router are separate then you should be able to plug your XR500 into the modem like that and take out the ISP router. You then enter your PPPoE details in the XR500 and it should work. A lot of times you also need to add a VLAN tag but this is specific to the ISP (sometimes their modem/ONT handles this, sometimes the router, or some don't use it) When you use the words modem and you have a 100/10 connection I'd venture to say its a FTTC connection where you connect to the fiber cabinet by DSL. These often don't use VLAN tagging so just PPPoE details is enough. You might have to use the MAC adress cloning function.
     
    If it's a integrated modem/router you probably have to connect to a LAN port and just use DMZ with your XR500.
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    Bert got a reaction from DanyKTM in Gaming Hardware and Settings - Controllers, Headsets, Monitors, Router/s   
    Appreciate the effort you put into it!
     
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    Bert got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Never thought I'd ask this...   
    If you forward ports 1-65535 for both UDP and TCP it should work. Essentially this is the same thing as putting it in DMZ.
     
    I would not worry about it though as it's likely just the app going off because it sees something in DMZ like Fraser says.
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    Bert reacted to RedBull2k in Gaming Hardware and Settings - Controllers, Headsets, Monitors, Router/s   
    Im just working on adding some error code/descriptions so i can get a better understanding whats going on, im almost complete.
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    Bert reacted to TryHardUndies in MW: Tactical Nuke on Shoot House (XR700)   
    As you say it's rare to get a nuke against good players, especially now that it's a 30 kill streak rather than the usual 25 in IW games.
    Correct on the attachments, I also run the short barrel, think it's called the SWAT. 
    I'm aware of the SoH bonus, but can't wait until then unfortunately to unlock it as I hate to play without it & I run it on every class set-up, thanks for the tip though.
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    Bert got a reaction from TryHardUndies in MW: Tactical Nuke on Shoot House (XR700)   
    Actually everybody always says that on a nuke play, but then again if it's lvl 155 2KD/s you're not going to get a nuke so fair enough.
     
    I'm just wondering about the attachments, you seem to have only 4? (Monolith supressor, ultralight stock, sleigh of hand and possibly stippled grip tape) or do you run the short barrel?
     
    Just a little tip though, when you run specialist, and you get the specialist bonus you also get sleigh of hand. So if you can consistently get that you could swap it out for something else.
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    Bert reacted to TryHardUndies in MW: Tactical Nuke on Shoot House (XR700)   
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    Bert got a reaction from Mobel in COD MW Packet Burst   
    If you have it hooked up like that.
    1. Go to 'Network and Sharing Center' then on the left select 'Change adapter settings'
    2. Right click the connction that is connected to the XR700, hit properties, then the sharing tab. Enable sharing and in the field home network connection select the connection to your PS4.
    3. On PS4, just run your connection wizard so it sets up the new connection
     
    That should get your connection going.
     
    To pull port numbers just run wireshark while you play and select the UDP only filter, you should see the UDP game data flowing.
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    Bert got a reaction from purpleandgold33 in Blackout solo win / high kill game (for me anyways)   
    Good game.
     
    That dude that was swapping seats in the car was clever LOL.
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    Bert reacted to He4DHuNt3r_XIM in Lag spikes when streaming   
    You are most likely experiencing the same issue I & many others are having with BT, EE & Plusnet (BT Network) with prioritizing streaming/video content.
    There's a 72 page thread on the BT forums of people complaining of high latency spikes whenever there's someone streaming video content.
    https://community.bt.com/t5/Home-setup-Wi-Fi-network/Recent-online-gaming-ping-spikes-when-streaming-Netflix/td-p/1930963 
     
    https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2019/08/customers-of-uk-isp-bt-see-multiplayer-lag-spikes-during-streaming.html
     
    Login into the BT Forums & ask a mod in the thread linked above about applying a "Fix" to your connection - Some people have had success & some others not so much.
     
    Sadly I'm with EE & they don't acknowledge this been a issue & don't guarantee ping.....   
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    Bert got a reaction from Grafti in How can I share PC connection with console?   
    I didn't have any of that. Geofilter works straight out of the box for me as soon as I set my PC to console in Duma OS. The Singapore datacenter is automaticly whitelisted though since it's also a backend server.
     
    Port prioritisation. You need to check in your menu at MW what the source port is under External IP. But I use the range 62000-65535 and that works for me.
     
    Otherwise there is really no magic settings I used.
     
    As for open NAT.
    1. You can run your PC in DMZ and forward 3074 to playstation (or other ports on XBOX but I am not sure of this). I am not a fan of doing this for PC though.
    2. In XR500 settings -> WAN setup set NAT filtering to open. This actually gives me OpenNAT without doing anything else. So I assume uPNP takes care of it here.
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    Bert reacted to RedBull2k in Gaming Hardware and Settings - Controllers, Headsets, Monitors, Router/s   
    I took a bit longer than expected, but i do have something to share. At the moment it is very basic, if you dont feel comfortable entering your router username and password or router ip then this will not be for you. if you use a source port other than 3074 currently it does not support it. 
    there are 2 basic functions manual and auto.
    manual = you will have to click when your game is about to start
    auto = click and leave it, this will add and will remove any hyperlane that is associated with your device when it detects a new server. 
    Will share it later on today, just got to compile it and also make sure it will work for the dummies.
     
     
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    Bert got a reaction from N3CR0 in How can I share PC connection with console?   
    Yes exactly.
     
    As far as DumaOS is concerned, it only sees the PC. Your PC effectively acts as a router.
     
    So you also need to set your forwarding rules and prioritization rules towards the PC. (I don't bother with this most of the time, just play on moderate NAT)
     
    Your PC needs to be in the geofilter, set as console  and that is what controls the PS4/Xbox.
     
    I find it's a little less reliable though, sometimes I have to turn off sharing and turn it back on for it to work.
     
    I leave both sets of QoS rules on in the router and both PS4 and PC in geofilter so if I use the ICS setup for testing, I just plug over the ethernet cable, run the setupwizzard on the PS4 and it works.
     
    If you use bridge mode it just passes the ethernet signal on. So then it would be the same as if your console is connected straight to the router. This would be the best but I had issues getting wireshark and connection manager to work that way.
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    Bert got a reaction from Grafti in How can I share PC connection with console?   
    Yes exactly.
     
    As far as DumaOS is concerned, it only sees the PC. Your PC effectively acts as a router.
     
    So you also need to set your forwarding rules and prioritization rules towards the PC. (I don't bother with this most of the time, just play on moderate NAT)
     
    Your PC needs to be in the geofilter, set as console  and that is what controls the PS4/Xbox.
     
    I find it's a little less reliable though, sometimes I have to turn off sharing and turn it back on for it to work.
     
    I leave both sets of QoS rules on in the router and both PS4 and PC in geofilter so if I use the ICS setup for testing, I just plug over the ethernet cable, run the setupwizzard on the PS4 and it works.
     
    If you use bridge mode it just passes the ethernet signal on. So then it would be the same as if your console is connected straight to the router. This would be the best but I had issues getting wireshark and connection manager to work that way.
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    Bert got a reaction from Zippy in Bufferbloat issues and others.   
    You can set prioritization on your R1 but it won't do much in reality since only your PS4 is connected.
     
    When I ran my R1 in cascade with another router I just set the bandwith limits to 1000/1000, Super turbo mode on. And then let your other router handle whatever QoS you want to run for the rest of your network. I just used it as a Geofilter, nothing else.
     
    Not using port prioritization is the whole point of Cake and FQ_Codel. It's basicly a algorithm that favors small realtime packets and doesn't differentiate between sources. If you want to use port prioritization you probably need to run PFIFO. 
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    Bert got a reaction from Knomax in Bufferbloat issues and others.   
    You can set prioritization on your R1 but it won't do much in reality since only your PS4 is connected.
     
    When I ran my R1 in cascade with another router I just set the bandwith limits to 1000/1000, Super turbo mode on. And then let your other router handle whatever QoS you want to run for the rest of your network. I just used it as a Geofilter, nothing else.
     
    Not using port prioritization is the whole point of Cake and FQ_Codel. It's basicly a algorithm that favors small realtime packets and doesn't differentiate between sources. If you want to use port prioritization you probably need to run PFIFO. 
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    Bert got a reaction from Grafti in Traffic Prioritization Settings: Modern Warefare (BO4)   
    It's quite easy actually.
     
    Set your PC as games console in DumaOS and the geofilter just works as it should.
     
    That is if you use the internet sharing feature. If you use bridge mode the XR500 will see the PS4 as if it's connected to the router. But I had issues to get that software to work with bridge mode and also wireshark didn't work right. I believe that it is because I have a wrong NPCAP driver but I have never tried to solve it.
     
    So:
    1. Use a second network card in your PC, or use wifi as hotspot, or use wifi to connect to your router. I just bought a 1Gbit USB network card to experiment with this for 10 bucks.
    2. Go in windows, right click your connection that you have connected to the router and enable sharing, with the other connection set up. Under advanced you can also add ports to forward
    3. Set up your PS4 connection as you normally would.
    4. In DumaOS, forward the CoD ports to the PC andon the PC forward them to the PS4. I typically just leave it on Moderate NAT though.
    5. Run that software and what I did was set a filter so it only affects UDP traffic coming from my PS4 by entering the MAC adress of my PS4
    6. In my case I need different traffic prioritization rules, I use UDP 60000:65536 - 30000:45000 because this setup changes the source port somehow. 
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    Bert reacted to blackfirehawk in Traffic Prioritization Settings: Modern Warefare (BO4)   
    People pls..
    before everyone pm me for that tool.. 
    I have give some people the tool+stuff.. let them Test first pls. I Dont think its Placebo and it Work really Well for me.. but i will See other opinions and Test first befor all people think iam crazy and Talk bullshit
     
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    Bert reacted to GHOST-1-EC in BO4 / MW Gameplay and Settings 2019/2020   
    Dropped a 110/19 game on shipment while doing the P90 camo grind......this lil' gun is crazy, hahahaha!!!
    Enjoy the destruction!!
     
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    Bert reacted to blackfirehawk in Traffic Prioritization Settings: Modern Warefare (BO4)   
    yeah.. i have a crack for that tool if you want
     i can PM you
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    Bert got a reaction from MikeyPython in Traffic Prioritization Settings: Modern Warefare (BO4)   
    Actually both should work. But you might want to check the in game menu under external IP and see what port it uses. Maybe 3074 isn't the right one for you.
     
    I have 3074 when I connect straight to the XR500 and above 60.000 when I connect through my PC.
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