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for my network monitor for dpi is not showing up gaming for my PS5 playing Vanguard and BO4 with the default traffic settings checked and lights are red I don't know if it's a bug for not showing up on network monitor I factory reset the R2 after 3.2.453 and in device manager the PS5 is set to play station QOS auto enable
Has anyone checked out their network monitor more specifically the traffic per device. The past couple of days I've been paying attention to the network traffic for my Xbox Series S and I noticed the traffic type/category for upload and download came back as web and unknown while I gaming. So my question is how would this affected Duma os users that have bandwidth allocation set to applications because I know most users would give priority to the gaming category. I know a quick fix would be to use the devices option for bandwidth allocation but could something like this also affect traffic prioritization?
for a long time now i have noticed really high receive rates... but my ping and send rate are good... or rather steady. this rate goes all the way up to 1000+ when you start a gun battle. is there anything i can do. i get A+ on score with connection benchmark and dsl reports. i feel like this is whats causing the shoot first die first moments... my reaction time is harmed by receiving the pks that bit slower and even though my send rate is good i die in almost all close quarter fights????
For some reason, Netflix usage does not show up under the network monitor and is not affected by congestion control, even though the laptop is using the Netduma wifi. Other usage, such as watching Youtube videos or just browsing the web does show up. Since congestion control isn't affecting the Netflix usage, playing online games is impossible because I constantly have 150-800 ping with packet loss. I've tried using the device prioritization, for both upload and download, with and without share excess ticked. I've tried changing the download cap down to 10%, and Netflix is still unaffected. What's even weirder is that Netflix usage has once before shown on the network monitor and I was able to use the device prioritization and had no problems, but it's only happened once. I have 17 megabit down, and 3 megabit up. Are there any suggestions as to what could cause this and what I can do to fix this problem?