Yep, already ran a test, for the port forwarding, I'm having a bit of confusion, what do I put in these slots?
You will need two rules, one for each port number, so perhaps Twitch 1 and Twitch 2 for names?
1. Twitch 1: Set the first rule slots all to 443 and set the rule to TCP/UDP.
2. Twitch 2: the second rule slots all to 1935 and set the rule to TCP.
Each rule sets up a single port for port forwarding instead of a range of ports like Port 400 to port 500 for example.
Hit Apply when complete and reboot the modem: ADMIN .... DEVICE RESET .... Reboot.
So I guess I found a way to get mostly stable network performance.
Go to OBS Studio, Go to Settings > Advanced > Network > Enable networking code > Low Latency Mode
Select both. Go to your CODA 4852 , disable the gateway, use a router instead, done.
I fixed my CODA issue a while ago and I posted that getting a router would fix it but no one really paid attention towards it lol
But every other 4-5 days, I get throttled or idk what they do, Whenever I contact them, they tell me its a noise issue in your area bla bla node congestion bla bla, and it takes them more than a week to fix it every time.
After my CODA-4582 was updated to .33T3 the VPN workaround doesn't work for me anymore.
Does anyone else experience this?
I just wanted to throw my info in here aswell as I'm having a similar issue.
I'm a regular streamer on Twitch, I try to stream every single day and it's been perfectly fine for me for the last couple of months, no dropped frames at all.
Since this weekend however, I'm getting dropped frames all over the place to the point where streaming is now impossible. Another issue is that since this weekend sometimes when we open amazon/ebay or other sites (not all) we get this error in Chrome - DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN
Both issues started at the exact same time this weekend. No hardware changes or cable changes were made on our part, Rogers modem is connected as a gateway, devices connect directly to the Rogers modem.
I have also tried the steps recommended by Datalink (I didn't have any of the port forwarding setup for twitch in the past) and I'm still having the same issue 4 days later.
Plan: Ignite 250 - Modem model: CGN3ACR - Software Version 18.104.22.168 (this was last updated as part of the firmware trial and has been working beautifully ever since)
Looking up that error, seems like for whatever reason you were having an DNS issue?
Though I am sure if it was a general rogers DNS issue with sites like amazon, ebay, etc we would have heard more about it from others.
One option.. and perhaps might change things with Twitch as well?
Have you tried at least on that one machine, to change over your DNS server away from the rogers default to something else? (say googles, etc).