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xolhid

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  1. Working... yes. Properly working... no. I just can't seem to get into any dedicated servers. Before the latest firmware update I was being put into dedicated servers located around Kansas City and Dallas. At least that is how they were located on the map. As you can see from the map I posted previously, the map covers my location(Omaha), Kansas City and Dallas. After the update, now that the Geo-filter is at least showing a connection, I am being connected to only peer servers with the exact same Geo-filter settings that were used in the previous firmware. Some of these peer servers are so bad with latency above 150ms that I can't even play effectively. When I launch the game, the pings on the map show servers in Kansas City and Dallas within my Geo-filter circle, but must be failing to allow those connections for some reason.
  2. I tried resetting everything up again and now I am getting Geo-filter to show the connected servers, but all server connections are peer. I am at a loss.
  3. yes the setup is correct. the issue did not start occurring until after I updated to the new firmware. I am hardwired and did not setup wifi for my console. I am not the only one who is experiencing this issue. There is another thread with the exact same issue.
  4. I applied the downgrade and upgraded to the current release and the issue still persists. On a side note, It worked perfectly fine while playing the Modern Warfare beta on PC. It did not work while playing the beta on my PS4 Pro. Also still doesn't work with BO4 on PS4 Pro.
  5. Yup. I made a thread with this exact issue. Fraser told me to downgrade the firmware and then upgrade back to the newest one. I have yet to have time to do it. Glad to know I'm not the only one who experienced this on my XR500 while playing my PS4 Pro.
  6. I'll give it a shot. Might be a while before I do as I don't want to interrupt my roommates connection.
  7. No port forwarding. I have tested automatic settings with no change. Normally I manually configure all network devices and assign IP addresses.
  8. They do not belong to me. They are my roommates and I will not ask them to use them. They were never set up or used on geo-filter. Only my console is.
  9. Correct. I'm using the wired version. I never setup WiFi on my console. There are 2 other PS4 slim in my house, but use a guest wifi. I double checked the Mac address and IP matched my console. The device always appears online when it is on. Yes it shows bandwidth usage. Speed test works flawlessly.
  10. All basic troubleshooting tips you guys tell everyone were attempted. Deleted device and flushed the cloud Browser cache deleted Hard reset (unplug and power drain) router and console. Factory reset router with console turned off and unplugged. browser cache deleted before Re-input all settings from scratch. I have tested this with 3 different computers using both Chrome and edge. Results never change. 1 of them is a new laptop that had never been used on the network before.
  11. Again this is something I have already tried before posting. Nothing.
  12. I already performed a factory reset. I only zoomed out for the screenshot. I usually leave it at 100%. Factory reset did nothing just like the other suggestions. I tested this on chrome and edge with 2 different computers. nothing. Geo-filter worked perfectly on the previous firmware. The issue only occurred after updating to the latest firmware.
  13. I have already tried all of that before creating this post. Nothing.
  14. Geo-filter no longer works or shows on the map after updating to V2.3.2.56! I performed a factory reset and reset everything from scratch. Nothing. I cleared my Chrome/IE browser cache. Nothing.
  15. Netduma... Delays... never! I figured you guys would have learned by now. You all have a knack for over promising and under delivering. Reputation is obviously not a concern for your company.
  16. I disagree. It is something every company "can" do. Not every company "will" do is the proper response. You guys have the resources to push support faster than a snails pace, but you choose not to. It isn't a matter of can or can't. Its a matter of choice. There are many companies that can compile hundreds of gigabytes of data a year into a program or game. How much more complex can a few megabytes in a firmware be? Is there only 1 guy doing all the work? Why? Greed? Share the wealth and grow your company by employing more staff. Find the bottleneck and fix it. You are bleeding reputation. reputation=profit.
  17. its almost as if you didn't read my post. I specifically said I entered the ports listed on their website in the OP. Covering all ports is not idea nor something I want to do. I just want the router to work as intended. If a $30 router can do it, then why can't a $300 router?
  18. I'm having issues getting the Traffic Prioritization to work for my PC Gaming. It works perfect for my PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, so I have no idea what is wrong. I gave my PC a dedicated IP configuration. I then added Port Triggering for the Path of Exile ports using https://portforward.com/path-of-exile/ I then go to QOS and Traffic Prioritization. I add my PC with the port ranges POE uses. TCP - Source Port (1:65535) - Destination Port (6112:20481) I rebooted my router and PC after applying the changes. I run Path of Exile and Traffic Prioritization does not detect the game running on my PC. What is wrong?
  19. Well if the hotfix didn't work, then there would be a widespread discussion. However that is not the case as from what I can tell you are the only one still reporting the issue. Maybe there is another issue causing this that you have yet to discover. It is also possible that the router might be defective.
  20. You guys said the same thing about DumaOS which took a few years to accomplish and from what I can see has no real benefit over the old OS other than aesthetics.
  21. if the radius isn't wide, then the pings are denied. Adding the pinged servers to the allow list doesn't work either as the game seems to ping random servers every time it loads. Every time I get connected to a good server, I add it to my allow list. My list never stops growing. Is there a way you guys can code the router to allow all pings when the game launches? Then restrict game connections to the geo-filter/PA/allow list? Maybe auto disable the geo-filter when no gaming packets are detected, then auto enable it after the game launch pings have processed? I know you guys already have a gaming packet detection method built into the software. If you guys can program this, maybe also realize when the user force closes the game or if it crashes for some reason and the user then relaunches the game, the geo-filter would need to be disabled during this time frame. I'm not sure if any of this is possible, but my best suggestion atm.
  22. I tested ping assist thoroughly. If I set it below 29, then I don't get the 22-26ms Dallas servers I am aiming for. I don't get any server for that matter. If I set it to anything above 29, then I start getting those higher ping servers. Even still, the main issue is the game pings multiple servers when launched. I can see it on the geo-filter map every time I start the game. If I don't have the geo-filter large enough to let them get pinged, then BO4 will not connect me to any server. Eventually it may connect me to a peer server in random geo-locations. If the geo-filter is large enough to ping all of the servers, then somehow the game will have a better chance of me getting into a 22-26ms server I am targeting. I hope that helps. It seems as though the servers being pinged when the game is launched determine how the game handles connections. My best theory.
  23. The game will ping many servers in the USA when first launched. If I don't have the geo-filter to allow the server pings to go through, then the game won't connect to any server. Once the game has pinged all the servers, I can then lower the radius to small in the ocean and connect to servers normally. My Nat has always been open. I will try the spectating/filtering mode, but I don't see that as a fix as it is just another hoop I have to jump through. I created this thread for that very reason. I just want the router to work without having to fiddle with it every single time I want to play.
  24. Again no. This only causes more issues as some of the servers showing over Dallas are incorrect and some of the servers that are supposed to be over Dallas are miss-located in New Jersey. There is not a single location on the map that has consistent servers that work for me. The only way I can get the servers I want is with PA set to 29 and make the geo-filter encompass the entire globe before launching the game, then after the game has booted and pinged the US servers, I can shrink it down to the lowest in the ocean. Then if I am lucky, I will connect to the servers I want.
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