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I mostly play Star Wars Battlefront on PC, I have trouble joining my friends games, get booted from lobbies and get "Can't Connect to EA Servers" messages fairly often unless I turn the Geo-filter off. Or unless I set it to almost the entire united states (obviously defeating the object of it and the main selling point of the router). I believe this may have something to do with EA credentials being checked on EA servers prior to being able to join any games. Is there a way to manually white-list the server I believe it is contacting and still leave the filter at my chosen 1000km setting? ** I think I may have inadvertently discovered how to do this. After selecting naming and updating the server if I move its quality percentage until it's in the green I presume it should still connect despite being outside the Geo-filter?! I've only just found this so it's yet to be tested (If this is correct, achieving this is not very well described in the support articles!)** How long after settings in the Geo-filter are changed do they take to come into effect? Is there a delay or are they instant. How do I remove devices and associated games from the Select Games / Services option at the top of the Host filtering page? There is no delete option. Why do I get no statistics other than the current ping on servers even when I name and update them? There is never anything in the Host Analysis page. What does the Ping Assist actually do, and what should it be set to? (No information is provided in any of the help documents as far as I could see?) Does Hyper-Traffic ignore any Device Prioritisation congestion settings and allocate maximum bandwidth to the selected machine, or does it just try to get the packets from a selected machine to the front of the queue more often? Why is there no way to update Profiles after loading and changing the settings of them? I have to keep deleting them and re-saving them. The reason I bought this router was more to try to help eliminate the phantom "Lag Compensation", I have a fairly fast 70mb down/5mb up virgin connection, but am constantly plagued by behind cover deaths and bizarre instances of people seeming to be targeting me where I was, but me still taking damage even though I'm no longer there. Is there anything this router can do to help me? I've had this router for about 2 weeks now, and to be honest I'm not really sure it's of much use if it doesn't work with my preferred game and these problems cannot be resolved. I hope some of these questions can be answered and I can start to get some benefit from it!