@RogersDave I can also confirm @Jeffj findings. First part is without vpn second part is with. The spike from the VPN seemed to be only during the upload portion as well. I will also try by limiting the bandwith with Rogers to see if it makes a difference.
Ive sent off some info to Dave and he is working on reproducingi t so it can be passed onto the Modem enginers
@KyleW1988 I think that if you turn off UPNP on the modem, clear out any port forwarding rules that you don't want, and then reboot the modem, you shouldn't see that Teredo Tunnel appear in the modem after the reboot. The only reason it would show up in the modem would be if UPNP was enabled and some device on the network requested it.
Testing .26 tonight in online games. ( Still on DOCSIS 3.0)
Tested with CSGO on chicago, usually get 62 and then slowly buildup over time to 75 ms.
So far I get around 49-55 ping and buildup over time is not happening , it just stay within the 46-55 range, I am not sure if am I just extremely lucky but it's the first time it happens for years.
I will keep testing to see if it last, but I am pretty confident that this time we are heading in the right direction, when I get D3.1 and you completely fix the UDP in the next firmware.. sad I leave so far cuz I'd pay you beer! haha
** EDIT** @RogersDave
Looks like I just got lucky the rest of the games .. it started to spike goign as high as 90 ms and even stay there for quite a while. So no real improvements in online gaming yet. As for the modem reboot I will give update in a few days to see if it will last usually it never stay on without reboot for more than 24h
I've noticed this same trend after the modem is pushed a new firmware version. At first, the modem performs really well (notably in gaming scenarios where ping and packet loss is very low), however after some time there seems to be a buildup of packet loss and ping.