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I have set my ping assist to 30 and used call of duty profile for my geo filter radius and iam still getting high ping and then goes low also is lagging I have attached some pics to show what I mean 

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Looks like your connection is unstable. Are there lots of other people using the internet at the same time?

If I remember correctly, you're using a WISP connection right? This kind of instability wouldn't be overly surprising for that kind of connection...

We could set up QoS to try and mitigate some of this fluctuation but it might be ineffective...

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Hello yerh iam on wisp explain it then wasn't sure what was going on 

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I'd try without ping assist and see if you can get something lower in your area and definitely setup QoS to mitigate local congestion. You can't do anything about the base ping/connection but you can make sure with QoS that you don't contribute to that instability.

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Hello I have set it up qos as 70% both download and upload. My speeds are 15mbps and 5 upload thanks 

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I would definitely suggest following this guide while simultaneously saturating your connection (e.g. downloading a lot of files, streaming heavily etc) and trying different Anti-Bufferbloat percentages: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000074717-how-to-test-your-internet-ping

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Thanks for your time will have a look I don't think it will make much difference as my ping can change all the time. But I get A for bufferbloat on dsl reports using the netduma so that's a plus 👍

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Well the idea is that you'll limit the speed of all of your devices somewhat, which will keep them from overflowing your connection when the bandwidth drops.

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