robcore Posted April 17, 2019 Share Posted April 17, 2019 For a future milestone, would you fellas be interested in blocking/allowing specific ip's within a cluster instead of the whole thing? I know it sounds ridiculous, but bear with me. Using Seattle as an example, BO4 on xbox seems to have blocks running virtual instances on different pieces of hardware. Sometimes, when a specific server is on a machine that is under a lot of workload or is a lower quality rental machine, certain instances play way worse than others. Still sounds ridiculous, I know, but I consistently get 3ms faster ping to 184.108.40.206 than 220.127.116.11, which leads me to believe that the lower address block is running on a higher end rig. Unrelated quick question about qos: does the device prioritization somehow bypass interface traffic shaping altogether? If that's the case, I am jealous of whoever coded that, even if it's just an nss hook or something it's genius. Netduma Admin and KeisezrG 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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