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  1. So you have a base ping of say 8ms nice
  2. I'll keep you posted but I've notice a huge difference in game play with crossplay turned off I'm on pc
  3. You can kind of do this already by setting traffic prioritization manually to to the console you want full speed on under advanced e.g xbox TCP-source port 1-65535-destination port (443,80) It's not ideal as it will bypass congestion control set to always but may be what your looking for?
  4. Could be interleaving has kicked in on your line if your on adsl/vdsl
  5. From my observation this seems to be a server issue using pingplotter to monitor my connection while gaming my jitter is minimal. yet monitoring my ping on the duma graph sometimes the game icons will appear only if I see the graph spike to say 40-80 Happens more often on certain servers than others
  6. bert is totally right in what he is saying peer matches with 60/20 tick rate are player hosted Any thing else is mislocated
  7. Morning kinel If you click on the auto refresh button it will freeze the info on the page allowing you to copy and paste the text
  8. hi mate on openwrt if you click on (status-realtime-connections) it will list the ports being used by all devices in there as well
  9. hi kinel I think you have to take into account your base ping! e.g base ping is say 10ms if you type into netem 15ms you will see 25ms on the duma ping graph or there abouts to your nearest server
  10. I imagine this would take effect while the line is under load as I've tried it before but saw no diffrence in latency But netem will give you consistent latency increase The main problem is MW I so inconsistent any of these change may work for one match but it comes back to bite you in the end
  11. Try opkg update into putty then opkg install kmod-netem
  12. press enter once you have filled in the ip address login as: root Then paste this into putty tc qdisc add dev eth0 root netem delay 200ms tc qdisc change dev eth0 root netem delay 200ms use the bottom script to change the latency to something other than 200ms e.g 50ms
  13. Hi mate go to system -software-update list Type in the filter box (netem) Then install putty on a windows pc https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/latest.html https://netbeez.net/blog/how-to-use-the-linux-traffic-control/
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