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    Buster got a reaction from Newfie in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    An update on from the BT forum thread that is 82 pages long, thought id update as it sounds promising but i wont hold my breath ;
     
     
    Hi everyone,
    Thank you for your feedback. We’re aware that in some specific cases, customers are experiencing increased latency when simultaneously using streaming video services and gaming online using the same connection.
     
    This issue only affects some of our customers, and only in the specific instance where they are using a console or PC to play games online while streaming video, not purely online gaming services like Google Stadia.
     
    The good news is that we’ve tested and approved a fix which we are now rolling out within our network to resolve the issue for the vast majority of the customers that experienced it.
     
    We’ll be rolling out these updates to resolve this issue for all of our customers over the coming months. While we’re doing this, we ask customers to contact our moderators in the community if they’re still experiencing this issue and we may be able to help resolve the issue more quickly on a case by case basis.
     
    Thanks for your patience and we apologise for any inconvenience while we’ve investigated and worked to fix this.
     
    Cheers
    Sean
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    Buster reacted to Netduma Fraser in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    Well that's fantastic, fingers crossed you'll see an improvement over the next few months!
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    Buster reacted to N3CR0 in Caddy 1.2   
    OpenWRT is what I'll be turning to next as I'm having 0 luck with DumaOS. Someone can be in my face and I hipfire with a laser... hitmarker after hitmarker and they melt me like I'm not even firing. Yet when someone hipfires me... I drop faster than I can blink.
    I did have a brief play with OpenWRT (plugging my console into OpenWRT router) and noticed people drop alot quicker than with DumaOS... but if I plug console into Duma, disable BB and just use OpenWRT SQM... peoples take forever to drop.
    I always found OpenWRT was much better with Black Ops 4 also.
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    Buster reacted to N3CR0 in BO4 / MW Gameplay and Settings 2019/2020   
    Same. Doubt I'll make any real money outta it but meh. Not looking for a full time job in streaming video games, espc. not CoD. This game does my fucking head in.
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    Buster reacted to Netduma Fraser in Port Triggering/UpNp   
    Good answer above, people still use UPnP with these settings but it can cause port conflicts which is why we recommend not to. 
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    Buster reacted to Bert in Problems With UPNP?   
    I'm not sure if that has to do with other settings.
     
    On my XR500 that uses PPPoE the uPNP table stays empty while on the other running DHCP it gets populated. All other settings are equal, even up to things like equal IP's for the console and wifi SSD / PW etc.
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    Buster reacted to BIG__DOG in Port Triggering/UpNp   
    Port Triggering...the router senses when a port is trying to listen...from a service you have behind the NAT..and it opens, upon demand. It's sort of a predecessor to UPnP. It's done by the router. As with port forwarding I would use one of them, not a combination of them. UPnP is automatic port forwarding.
     
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    Buster reacted to Bert in SBMM & Reverse Boosting: Down the rabbit hole....   
    So, tonight I tried a little expiriment.
     
    I have my old PS4 Slim around since I have a PS4 Pro system since a few days. Made a new account today, hooked up the PS4 Slim to a 720P plasma TV from 2005, set up the wifi connection to my XR500, no traffic rules, geofiltering or nothing. No headset, just sitting on the sofa with my feet on the table.
     
    I was attempting to reverse boost the account, so I went playing like a total noob. Just go through the map at walking speed no ADS, just hipfire at enemies. After 2 games the enemies were so shockingly bad that I had to be carefull not to go positive while hipfiring like that. From level 4 I just played the standard classes, so a AUG or Kilo without attachments. It's just amazing. I can walk right in the middle of the map on Crash by the helicopter, without getting shot at all.  Almost no claymores or mines, a few people prone but not a single player jumpshotting. I would litterally stand there hipfiring from 20 meters and they would be unable to hit a slow or stationary target. Even had multiple hipfire kill across half the map, was meaning to miss but killed them by accident LMAO. Played 20 games in total. Game 15 was a FFA game on Vacant and I was down 5-10, could not control myself any longer and won the game with 30-12 LOL. Game 16 actually had better enemies right away, not god tier but noticably better so went back to my routine before. Game 17 was on Shipment, here I was able to pull off a 23-13 just slow walking and hipfiring with a no attachment kilo. Up to game 15 I was actually at 0.5 K/D / 80 SPM, but after that at game 20 I ended 0.72 K/D 126 SPM.
     
    Some observations:
    1. I checked the ping for every game, all my games were on the Amsterdam server. I litterally had no connection issues at all over these 20 games.
    2. I found all games litterally within 5 seconds, on my main account this absolutely takes ages, sometimes 10 minutes with geofiltering on.
    3. Out of 20 games, 19 had session joiners or reverse boosters in the lobby. So the whole purpose of SBMM is kinda defeated.
    4. In those lobbies, there is only a handfull players with headsets, in my normal lobbies everybody plays with a headset.
     
     
    Playing like this kinda makes you wonder why we are beeing daft spending all that money on 1ms screens, scuf controllers, headsets, special routers etc. The better stuff you buy the harder the game gets for you with this SBMM.
     
    I can see why IW isn't listening to the complaints about matchmaking or other things though. If you play the game like that the lobbies are totally different. Dead silence doesn't matter since nobody uses a headset anyway. Weapon balance doesn't matter since your enemies miss so many shots you might as well poke them with a stick. Netcode, lagcompensation etc all of that don't matter since they react so slow you wouldn't be able to tell. If you play just casually on the TV and you don't read reddit etc you would not know about any of this.
     
    I tried session joining this account with my main account one game. It's actually not so easy since these lobbies tend to fill in a few seconds. But once you do manage to get in, you get a genuine bot lobby. I also tried partying up with that account as host and this gives harder enemies but not as hard as I normally get, more right between the two.
     
     
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    Buster reacted to RedBull2k in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    i own both hg612 and xr500 and im currently with bt, i have a housefull of kids who all use streaming services and i have no issue. 
    im pretty confident that i would spot a mis configuration either in hg612 or xr500,  just by looking, it would be very long winded asking a zillion questions. if its still not solved by next week send me a message by all means.
     
     
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    Buster reacted to RedBull2k in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    I would love to help you, i think if we could do teamviewer, im sure i could fix it for you.
     
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    Buster reacted to He4DHuNt3r_XIM in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    It's has to be some sort of QoS on the BT network, It's affecting BT, EE & Plusnet customers - I'm seen threads on the BT forum where it's even affecting people with FTTP connections - As soon as there's any kind of media streaming happening on the connection (Netflix, Youtube etc...) the latency spikes to 100ms+
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    Buster reacted to Netduma Fraser in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    That's frustrating, could you try plugging your PC into a different LAN port and retesting incase it's a fauly port please?
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    Buster reacted to Netduma Fraser in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    I'd wondering whether the Windows QoS/reservation of bandwidth is causing an issue here. Could you follow this guide so you can get the max bandwidth on the PC without it interfering and see if that improves it at all? https://dottech.org/26628/how-to-force-windows-to-use-100-of-your-network-bandwidth-how-to-guide/
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    Buster reacted to N3CR0 in BO4 / MW Gameplay and Settings 2019/2020   
    Peoples should be ashamed of the way they play this bloody game!
    5 hours I've spent trying to win 3 games on TDM for a challenge... only won 2 and have now given up!
    I've never seen camping like this on any CoD game, shit not even on Battlefield!
    Can't believe peoples have spent this much money to sit in a room and ads at the door!
    They really need to make Dead Silence a perk or nerf the footsteps into oblivion coz thats why most are doing it!
     
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    Buster got a reaction from Newfie in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    i tried cloudfare but again no luck, unticking share excess is the only way to stop ping spikes for me but it isnt ideal 
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    Buster got a reaction from Newfie in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    No luck unfortunately 
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    Buster 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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    Buster reacted to Newfie in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    https://kb.netgear.com/000060464/XR500-Firmware-Version-2-3-2-40
     
    https://kb.netgear.com/000061157/XR500-Firmware-Version-2-3-2-56
     

     
     
     
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    Buster reacted to Netduma Fraser in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    It might not be as effective but try it and see.
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    Buster got a reaction from Newfie in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    As far as i am aware the XR500 has issues handling pppoe and qos on upload from what i have read on here in other threads ,
    i am on BT
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    Buster reacted to Newfie in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    Ive had a good old read of the BT forum, all 75 pages and I’m not convinced it’s all  down to BT network as quite a few have solved it via third party router and QoS. There’s one or two who had BT fix issues and there’s one who tried an XR router but it did not help but sometimes I wonder if it’s true as swapping out a modern homehub would require a modem and at times people who post about trying different routers never mention modems so I guess some posts have to be taken with a pinch of salt. 
    the BT homehub has no QoS either as it’s just a basic free router with no modem only option.
    Others have noted Netflix only and others say YouTube, Netflix and other streaming services create the issue. 
     
    this leads me back to a question.
    Could there be maybe a bug in the Bufferbloat and a reset or downgrade and upgrade of firmware be worth trying just in case Buster has an issue?
     
     
     
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    Buster reacted to Netduma Fraser in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    It's certainly worth a try if Buster wants to do that!
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    Buster reacted to Netduma Fraser in HEC Errors   
    If its just from a reboot then I should think that is fine, it would be more worrying if it was rapidly increasing when the connection was active. Keep an eye on your upload speed/stability and if you have any issues have another look and see if it increases in real time.
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    Buster reacted to He4DHuNt3r_XIM in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    Buster
     
    Are you with BT, EE or Plusnet by any chance?
     
    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
     
    I'm with EE, which uses BT's core network & have the same problem
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    Buster got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Anti bufferbloat 20%   
    Ok well as default the HG612 doesn't come with an interface but it is possible to unlock the device and change settings, I have a default HG612 and a unlocked hg612 ( Incase i brick the unlocked one) So i will have to look in to this and get back to you as im having issues getting back into the unlocked hg612's interface 🙃
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