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so much lag

i have been experiencing lag in call of duty black ops 3 on xbox one with a wired connection ever since November. i have tried ringing the support people and they have told me to do open DMZ, upnp and port forwarding and noting works. also my NAT Type is always open and my download speeds are always above 2000kbps in game 

please can someone help as it is really frustrating 

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Re: so much lag

Do you experience this on Call Of Duty - Ghosts/Black Ops 1 or just Black Ops 3?


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No I don't have those games
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Hi Adam97,

 

Welcome to the forum and sorry to hear you're having trouble with Blops 3. 

From what you've described everything on your side is working fine. I've just checked your connection and can see no issues from here. Your power levels, SNR and area contention are all healthy. 

The next step is to run a traceroute to the Blops3 servers and post it here for us to take a look. 


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How do I do a trace route?
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Re: so much lag

Hi Adam97

 

Thanks for posting back on the community.

 

To complete a traceroute on a Windows machine.

Start > Within the search box type in CMD > A window will open and start with C:\>, then type tracert followed by the server/site you want to trace.

 

Completing a traceroute through a MAC.

Open Utilities > Launch Network Utility > click Traceroute > then enter the domain name you want to perform a traceroute to.

 

Hope this helps.

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