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    DumaRocks reacted to Netduma Fraser in Titanfall 2 - Performance   
    As others have said don't need to use the Geo-filter as you're able to select the server you want to connect to. Of course would still recommend using congestion control to keep your ping stable.
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    DumaRocks reacted to FQs19 in TP Link TC7620   
    No problem.
    192.168.1.1 is the access webpage for routers.
    Every modem will be accessed by going to 192.168.100.1
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    DumaRocks reacted to iAmMoDBoX in TP Link TC7620   
    ^^^^ What he said... But I've heard that the 7620 causes issues with the Netduma. I'd go with the TC-7610
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    DumaRocks got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in TP Link TC7620   
    Dude! What the heck, why does every source I find have it as..... 192.168.1.1  or  192.168.0.1
     
    That worked and I really appreciate that very simply answer, must not have looked hard enough.
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    DumaRocks got a reaction from BIG__DOG in TP Link TC7620   
    Dude! What the heck, why does every source I find have it as..... 192.168.1.1  or  192.168.0.1
     
    That worked and I really appreciate that very simply answer, must not have looked hard enough.
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    DumaRocks got a reaction from FQs19 in TP Link TC7620   
    Dude! What the heck, why does every source I find have it as..... 192.168.1.1  or  192.168.0.1
     
    That worked and I really appreciate that very simply answer, must not have looked hard enough.
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    DumaRocks reacted to FQs19 in TP Link TC7620   
    modem access webpage is 
    192.168.100.1
     
    TPLink username is admin
    password is admin
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    DumaRocks reacted to bagsta69 in Opinion on this idea from a youtuber   
    THAT is the most honest statement I have seen on the interweb in years and you have no idea how much I respect you for saying it. WOW. Thank you, you have restored my faith in something. Not sure what it is but thank you anyway. lol 
    Really my friend, Just lower your speeds a little to allow for local congestion and you will be good to go. If you want anymore input please drop me a PM and when free I will try to help you out as much as I can with explanations etc. 
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    DumaRocks got a reaction from bagsta69 in Opinion on this idea from a youtuber   
    I don't have an opinion one way or the other, don't know enough really to have one yet. I think, at least the way I understood it, is that there is a belief the net coding on COD's engine uses speeds to determine lag comp which is where the talk about throttling comes from but still maintaining a low ping and good buffer bloat rating. Have no idea if there is a truth to this but I think that is the idea behind the concept of throttling your internet speed. He didn't state this outright in the video but that was my interpretation of what he was saying. 
     
    Now, the amount I would throttle mine does not seem like it would fall into an area of affecting other peoples experience since the upload is 10 higher than the recommended and the download is the one I drop to 25. From my understanding, download has little to any affect on the actual game itself unless your hosting otherwise it is just mainly for the stuff like winner circle but not even sure about that. Dropping it did surprisingly give me the most consistent BB and ping for whatever reason. How it plays in game, that is still yet to be determined I guess.
     
    Those are just the settings that fall into that area and I am still able to maintain a good ping and buffer bloat. I did end up switching from Reactive too Preemptive so it did cut down my available speed.
     
    Truth be told, I don't know what the heck I am doing LOL.
     
     
     
     
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    DumaRocks got a reaction from bagsta69 in Opinion on this idea from a youtuber   
    I guess my goal is not to throttle to the point of causing lag in the game but to prevent me from being put at a disadvantage regarding lag comp. I have fast internet, I have good ping but I still get games, more so lately, where bullets just don't register, in HC games friendly name tags aren't appearing or are delayed (got good footage of an example of this) and just other situations. If I found out I was lagging a game out based on throttling, I would stop but if there is any truth to it preventing me from getting penalized and other players benefiting from me having faster speeds, assuming that is the issue, I am interested in testing that out I guess, assuming it doesn't have a negative affect on others outside of them just having an advantage over me.
     
    I appreciate the input, might try it out a little but if I am seeing the same BS at least I know it is not a viable solution, for me at least. Interesting theory regarding COD using speed as a way to determine lag comp. Fits into the whole discussion of them having horrible game engines/net code but that is all above my head anyway.
     
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    DumaRocks got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Ping Assist   
    You are right, I guess I was just focusing more on the PA in this one but they are pretty similar after reading it. A apologize for that. What I can do is post up my settings once do some of the suggestions in the other thread. If you like you can close this one. Probably better all the details go there anyway since they are similar.
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