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  1. I'll deffo give it a shot. So happy that the router is doing it's job as it says on the box. Money well spent. I wonder if the new Call of Duty will be using the same servers.
  2. Ping assist is already set to zero, and I have geo location set to 500KM with Location set as the UK. I ran a whois on the choopa ip address and apparently it's in London. At least I know now that the Netduma is doing what it's supposed to be doing.
  3. Hi there, I keep connecting to this host which looks like its a server based in New Jersey from what I can see on the web. I am based in the republic of ireland, and set my location to UK, with a 500 km radius on the Geo Filter, but bcause this ip is deemed to be a peer, I am constantly connecting to it and it's a rarity to get a decent game when I do connect. I think it may be a server as someone mentioned earlier on this thread Edit: Also, my games are pretty much touch and go, it's more pot luck than anything else to be honest. I know this has nothing to do with the Netduma, but I am so happy that i bought the router as at least now I know the location of the peers I am connecting to. /edit
  4. Also, I keep connecting to choopa.net peers which is situated in New Jerset. I understand that even the Netduma can't control this peer thing, but is there anything i can do to minimise the chance of connecting to american peers as it is killing my games. Deffo Peer, I also connected to the dedicated server in new jersey which I have now blacked because my games play terrible when I'm on it. Set my location to France, and now my games have imporved significantly because even though I am connecting to peers, most of them are in the UKand the gameplay is so much better.
  5. Also, I keep connecting to choopa.net peers which is situated in New Jerset. I understand that even the Netduma can't control this peer thing, but is there anything i can do to minimise the chance of connecting to american peers as it is killing my games.
  6. hi all, I have been playing on PS4 all week and it's a rarity to get a dedicated server. Is there a setting I need to change in order to stop connecting to peers, because I have looked up some of the IP addresses and some are on the other side of the atlantic ocean. It's pretty shabby. i have my geo filter set to 750km and find that even when I do manage to connect to a dedicated server sometimes Iget a lobby not joinable message.
  7. Weirdly, when I reset both routers earlier, I went from finishing last in almost every lobby to finishing first and second in lobbies. I think I need to get my isp involved
  8. The Nat identifies as fine before I load up Black Ops 4. UPnP is enabled on the Netduma, and dynamic IP.
  9. Thanks again for the help. Had a look at the router and while it's in modem mode there is no dmz setting. Typical Virgin Media crap.
  10. Hi again, are you saying that my isp router should be in dmz mode ? This is not something that I have done. .. Ok thanks again for the support, back to the drawing board. Does the isp router have to be bound to a specific ip address, or will 192.168.0.1 suffice? Thanks in advance for the patience and help.
  11. Unfortunately the moderate setting has returned, and I have no idea how to fix it.
  12. Can anyone tell me what the blue circled icon in the attached capture represents ?
  13. Ok scratch that! restarted my isp router and the problem sorted itself out!
  14. Tried this but can't get my head around some of the instructions. I set up a static ip on my xbox and decided to forward it on the router but I am getting bogged down because the router is looking for incoming and outgoing tcp and udp ports. I know which ports have to be forwarded, but I have no idea about incoming and outgoing ports.? any site I visit has a list of ports, but nothing about incoming and outgoing as requested by the router.
  15. Hi again, played a few games this evening and to be honest it was pretty woeful. Went into my network settings on the Xbox and saw that my nat is set to moderate. Is there anything I can do in my rother settings to change this.
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