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Hi guys,

 

i have my duma connected again now via ppoe to an ONT on a ftth connection. 

 

it's psuedo hardwired at the moment via a trailing cable to the closest power socket that i can get a powerline adaptor to work with on my ps4, this is only a temporary measure until i get someone to hardwire my 2nd floor room where i game from.

 

i get a flatline ping of about 8 ms with no noticable jitter but am suffering from huge spikes every 10 seconds or so which usually go up to 1000ms.

 

considering the size of the spikes it's strange that the game(IW) doesn't seem to be compromised that much but i'm wondering if all the settings i've played around could be optimised to sort this out or not.

 

i had the ps4 previously set up with a static ip and had all the relevant ports open to get an open nat.

 

it's connected via ppoe now and i have dns 8.8.8.8 and secondary dns 8.8.4.4 input in the ps4 network settings(dunno if dns is even relevant tbh)

 

 

 

what i'd really like is for somebody to take the wheel at a convenient time and check i have everything set up right for piece of mind sake.

 

Any input appreciated as always!

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Try without the power line adaptor if at all possible to diagnose the PLA in or out of the picture.

 

the ethernet cable i have won't reach 2 floors but i'll try it on wifi later on to see what happens

 

It sounds like a graphical error. Please try what Colonic said here: http://forum.netduma.com/topic/19930-very-high-ms-showing-up-in-the-netduma-lately-cod-iw/?p=137409

 

ok i'll try with auto ping off, cheers mate

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o.k so no matter what i do the geo filter will not show any hosts whatsoever on a wifi connection so i can't get a ping reading, rebooting, refreshing the page and applying cloud makes no difference.

 

 psuedo wired via powerlines(auto ping off) it will only show hosts after a  refresh or 2 (could be the incredibly slow interface though), the ping varies from a flatline just below 1000ms on a lot of hosts to spiking up to 1000ms every few seconds on others, this is clearly bullshit because the gameplay is relatively smooth even with the spikes lol. with the new connection problem icons on IW i'm sure i'd being seeing some if these if were true readings.

 

i'm convinced that the antiflood isn't even working on my unit and neither is hyperlane, games play fine if nobody is streaming video but there can be issues if they are... even on 70/70 cc with hyperlane enabled.

 

i'd really like someone to take a look at it remotely to see if they can sort it out please before i start pulling what little hair i have left out lol.

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Follow this for the map http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000022408-why-can-t-i-see-anything-on-the-geo-filter-do things show up now?

 

Are ALL devices connected to the Netduma? If so then CC will work correctly unless you have super turbo ticked which would disable it. I am happy to do a one on one if my suggestions don't work. 

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Follow this for the map http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000022408-why-can-t-i-see-anything-on-the-geo-filter-do things show up now?

 

Are ALL devices connected to the Netduma? If so then CC will work correctly unless you have super turbo ticked which would disable it. I am happy to do a one on one if my suggestions don't work. 

 

o.k that link explains very well why i can't get anything to show when using wifi, next time i'm gaming i'll add a new device for (ps4 wifi) that also explains why i didn't think hyperlane was working or the CC.also i can then establish if the weird spikes are powerline related or not.

 

 

 

Last thing i want to do is waste your time Fraser.

 

i'll report back when i've had a chance to check what's what. :)

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so...

 

 

 

i've had a chance to test it on wifi now after adding a new service for my ps4 pro(wifi).

 

 i've had one session that didn't spike and two that gave exactly the same results and spikes to exactly the same level  as running psuedo wired through powerlines.

 

still getting wifi drop outs too that only seem to affect one of my tv's and my sons wii-u at the moment.

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Post in the 1 on 1 section: http://forum.netduma.com/forum/66-request-1-on-1/and I will have a look. Please note I need around a days notice.

 

Please read this first before making the post: http://forum.netduma.com/topic/11450-read-before-posting-a-1-on-1-request/

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Post in the 1 on 1 section: http://forum.netduma.com/forum/66-request-1-on-1/and I will have a look. Please note I need around a days notice.

 

Please read this first before making the post: http://forum.netduma.com/topic/11450-read-before-posting-a-1-on-1-request/

 

Top man Fraser , will do. i'll do it in a couple of days time when i'm not working late though

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