Hi, i'am wondering if there is a certain setting that im missing on the actiontec t3200m modem/router. Ive noticed since ive gotten the telus internet that my aiming is very late when i move my control stick on xbox one during online gaming. Almost like a 1 second delay and some games seem to lag in between them. A lot of jitter from other players and skipping around on the screen. I have all the correct ports open for xbox one and my NAT is OPEN. Hopefully someone has a fix for me as its almost unplayable when trying to shoot someone and its a second later on screen. Is the firewall blocking certain ports or is there some setting that needs to be changed please let me know ASAP Thanks in advance.
So im also wondering if its just caused by DSL internet as i wouldnt have any lag issues on cable internet but the sole purpose of me switching to telus was to have better stable internet for my online gaming on xbox one and so far hasnt been a great experience. If there is anything else i can try or a certain setting i can do to make my xbox more smooth or get more of the bandwidth or something that can help me make my xbox online gaming faster with less latency it would be greatly appreciated thanks.
before i had just recently had my t3200m installed with optic cable and upgraded to bonded lines i noticed that I do have a high ping time about 9ms more when nothing is running.
with my actiontec on a 15mbit package for many months before this upgrade i got 16mbit/sec down and 3.6mbits/sec and a 13ms ping to test server now with my 25 mbit package on bonded lines i got 27mbits/sec down and 2.9mbits/sec up. also my ping is 23ms to test server. telus says its all fine and dandy but as a fps gamer you know 9-10ms can make a difference as well as the more upload speed u have the less latency you have as well. i do have my xbox one hardwired as well. so there defiantly some more latency involved in bonded lines in my area but im not sweating it as fiber will be ready for connection to residents sometime in may-june of 2017.
I had to manually port forward all my ports for xbox one as the actiontec default firewall table doesnt have all the xbox one ports. Also had to add udp 3076 for call of duty inifinite warfare to open the nat. i usually just dmz my xbox but some coding issues on the web interface for that section was causing hidden errors.
Only great thing I have to say about the t3200m is the ipv6 actually works properly and better then the actiontec v1000h i had. with Ipv6 your xbox one will defaultly use when possible first before a ipv4 connection which is a plus as there is no nat involved so anyone with a ipv6 address in a game lobby that may have a strict or moderate nat will still be connectable easily through ipv6. you get connectable ipv6 addresses. cheers. and good luck. thank goodnees when fiber comes i'll be using my own equipment.
Hey westcoast i dont game on wireless, i only play ethernet but i think i might have resolved this issue.
I logged into the actiontec modem that telus provided and put it into bridge mode (Plugged Router to Port 4 in the back of the modem) if thats correct?
and left upnp enabled on the netgear and it seems to help so far still having the occasional lag tho.