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Topic # 201753 1-Sep-2016 20:45
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Hi

 

Over the past 24 hours, my connection appears to be lagging out in online games.  Currently playing BF1 to Australia servers with a 40ms ping but I'm rubber banding quite a bit; this also applied to BF4 when I was playing it earlier too.  Has only just started occurring; anyone else noticed this?  On VDSL in Auckland.

 

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  Reply # 1621051 1-Sep-2016 21:01
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have you made sure there is nothing else happening on your connection that could cause this? is something uploading and saturating your connection?


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  Reply # 1621168 2-Sep-2016 08:48
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Are they the only two games youve tried ? Might find its something to do with the servers/EA rather than your ISP.





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  Reply # 1621173 2-Sep-2016 08:54
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Just read report that a group has claimed theyve been DDOSing EA - so thats probably the issue.





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