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Rogers Employee 4kgigabitguy
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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial

Hi everyone,

 

I am using the CODA modem on with firmware 2.0.10.26T1 & D3.1 is enabled in my area. I play games online with Xbox One S & PS4. I don't game as much on PC but want to test games out for fun. I downloaded CSGO last week & have LoL.

 

I have also been doing some speed testing on various devices & am looking to do more tests on ping/latency. Check out the results. Let me know if you have any questions or would like me to run any tests. 

 

The devices tested in the images below are

  1. iPhone 7 tested on 5G Wireless
  2. 2015 Macbook Air tested on 5G Wireless
  3. 2012 Macbook(Gigabit Port) tested with CAT6 ethernet & on 5G wireless - this device doesn't have an AC card

 

@Datalink @RyzenFX @RogersDave @JohnBeaudin

 

macbookpro2012wired.jpgmacbookpro2012wirelessnoac.jpg

dsl reports.jpgiphone7AC copy.jpg

 

2015macbookAC.jpg

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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial

Hey @4kgigabitguy, I saw your reply on the CODA-4582 issue thread, thanks for the info. I actually switched back to the CGNM-3552 from the CODA-4582 since it was giving me so much issues with UDP. I primarily play League of Legends and sometimes CS:GO.

 

The UDP issue on the CODA-4582 becomes much apparent in a latency-sensitive game called like LoL; there's a good amount of packet loss where it just becomes unbearable playing the game. What I primarily want to know is if you have already played a couple games of LoL, what your ping was in the game, and what the packet loss was in that game?

  • Finding packet loss in League of Legends requires some navigation so I'll outline some steps for you:
  • Right click on the League of Legends logo and click on "Open File Location"
  • The folder in which LoL is located in will be open, and I want you to look for a folder called "Logs" click into it.
  • Click into "Network Logs"
  • In that folder, you will see all the network logs for the games you played(in order of date and time) . The network log is created while you're in the game, and uploads itself onto that folder once the game is done. 
  • You can drag one of the network logs onto a website called http://logsoflag.com/ where you will be able to see what the packet loss was for your game. 
  • Ideally, you want to be seeing packet loss anywhere from 0-3 packets lost per minute.

 

If you have time, please let me know what ping, and packet loss you're receiving while playing League of Legends. 

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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial

@4kgigabitguy When I was on the CODA-4582 + D3.1, speedtests show an average ping of 5ms, and jitter of 2-4ms. In terms of speeds, I average 130Mbps down and 10Mbps up on the 100u plan.

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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial

@4kgigabitguy your link points to the message just above the message that contains the link.  Is the link in error, or is there a point to posting a link to the message just above?



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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial

@RyzenFX is that packet loss on the downstream or upstream side?  There isn't any indication on the linked page.



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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial

@Datalink On logsoflag? I'm pretty certain that the packet loss is upstream-side.

Rogers Employee 4kgigabitguy
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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial


@RyzenFX wrote:

Hey @4kgigabitguy, I saw your reply on the CODA-4582 issue thread, thanks for the info. I actually switched back to the CGNM-3552 from the CODA-4582 since it was giving me so much issues with UDP. I primarily play League of Legends and sometimes CS:GO.

 

The UDP issue on the CODA-4582 becomes much apparent in a latency-sensitive game called like LoL; there's a good amount of packet loss where it just becomes unbearable playing the game. What I primarily want to know is if you have already played a couple games of LoL, what your ping was in the game, and what the packet loss was in that game?

  • Finding packet loss in League of Legends requires some navigation so I'll outline some steps for you:
  • Right click on the League of Legends logo and click on "Open File Location"
  • The folder in which LoL is located in will be open, and I want you to look for a folder called "Logs" click into it.
  • Click into "Network Logs"
  • In that folder, you will see all the network logs for the games you played(in order of date and time) . The network log is created while you're in the game, and uploads itself onto that folder once the game is done. 
  • You can drag one of the network logs onto a website called http://logsoflag.com/ where you will be able to see what the packet loss was for your game. 
  • Ideally, you want to be seeing packet loss anywhere from 0-3 packets lost per minute.

 

If you have time, please let me know what ping, and packet loss you're receiving while playing League of Legends. 


Thanks for the info dude. I was trying to find out how I can test ping for LOL via Google but had no luck. I haven't played LOL in forever but will try out your steps & report back.

 

Are you not having UDP issues now that you switched the modem ? While I was googling stuff I ended up on this thread

 

6 days ago someone posted "i gotta same problem since patch 7.5... and just wana ask have they fixed ur laggg issue now... or are u still lagging ? cause u had it 2 months ago... my problem just started"....Not sure if the patch has to do with anything but I will test & let you know my results. 

 

4kgigabitguy

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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial

@4kgigabitguy If I'm not mistaken, CTRL + F allow you to check your ping in game, aswell as your FPS.

Rogers Employee 4kgigabitguy
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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial

@RyzenFX @Datalink

 

I just tried a game of LOL & it was very smooth in my opinion . Here are my results

 

Saturday 2017-03-25 15:18
23 minutes ago
Your network was good
0.8 packets lost/min
18 packets lost total
36 best ping
38 median ping
6206 bytes/s in
929 bytes/s out
22 minutes

 

 

LOLtest.jpg

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Re: FEEDBACK - Rogers Rocket Wi-Fi Modem Firmware Trial

Interesting, your results look really good. I'll probably make the switch and test it out.