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  1. Yes, the console speed test. I know it’s not as accurate but on the old firmware it would give me a download and upload speed of 20 / 2. I would say it was about 95 percent consistent and was fast displaying the results. Now it is not very consistent and appears to take longer to display the results. I can get the 20 / 2 to display but it feels more rare now and I have seen the download as low as 6 and the upload as low as 700 kbps.
  2. Yeah I am able to throttle my console but it doesn’t work when the Traffic Prioritization detects my game. So, if that is how it is designed, then do I just give my console a bigger percent on the pie chart to get my console priority over other devices?
  3. I am getting bad results on PlayStation as well after upgrading to DumaOS. Maybe others can test it on their setup.
  4. Okay that’s cool but how am I able to lower bandwidth for certain games and still have those game packets take priority over other devices in the network? I was able to do that on the old firmware. I sometimes get better results not using my full bandwidth on certain games.
  5. Yeah it was searching for a game for ten minutes with the radius around Texas and it never connected to it or a peer that match that domain name. Hopefully you will find a fix for this issue.
  6. I added that server information to that post and I will see if I ever connect to it when I get some time.
  7. On 10/28/2018 at 8:36 AM, Blacc-Kokaine said: This is the Dallas server I.D. c2abc18c4a61c2c7 and Domain Name 173.199.97.140.vultr.com
  8. I am wondering if this is by design, flaw, or I am doing something wrong because I get 4063 bandwidth with the dumaos classified games enabled but my upload slider is set to a max of 3. When I disable the dumaos classified games then I get the correct bandwidth of 2581. The old firmware I put my console on the hyper traffic and it would still obeyed to my upload speed that I set on the slider. This new feature from what I can see ignores the upload speed I set.
  9. The auto ping displays peers. What would the domain name say if it is a dedicated server?
  10. Fraser, what do you suggest I do then? I have rebooted before connecting to black ops 4 and have the filter around Texas. The only thing I connect to is peers which the connection quality is random and migrating host pops up a lot. I have also set the radius to 800 miles and I still only seem to connect to peers. It feels like the dedicated servers blocked my IP! It also takes a long time to find a game which I believe is because I can only connect to peers. I look at other issues in this forum and I am not the only one with this similar problem.
  11. I just did a little test that velloonythedeity suggested but I put the home icon in the water. I have finally noticed that the Texas dedicated server pops up but how come when I have my home radius around the whole state of Texas that I never connect to this dedicated server like I was able to before with the old firmware? I have attached a screenshot of my test.
  12. Well the point is to be able to connect to this dedicated server since it is the closes one from my state of Colorado. i have my geo set up around the whole state of Texas and I never connect to this dedicated server. I rebooted the router and reconnected with no luck. What is the issue with the new firmware? I didn’t have this on the old one. I have attached a screenshot of my geo filter.
  13. The old firmware had a dedicated server in Texas. I connect to black ops 4 and I see all the dedicated servers in the USA, but the Texas dedicated server never pops up with the rest of them. Did they shut this dedicated server down?
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