|Alright, I'm not quite the expert on all the devices but I'm having a different kind of problem with online gaming. My download speed on the PS3 is around 3-4 Mbps. Good. My upload is 600Kbps - 1 Mbps. It varies on the day and the way the wind blows. I'm hardwired to a Actiontec MI4124wr router with Verizon FIOS which is connected to a computer which gets 18Mbs download and 4-5 Mbs upload. |
Problem: While playing first person shooters, my player is recieving data that he's been shot faster than a cat's meow BUT, the opponents barely know I'm shooting at them because of the disparity and Playstation network synchronization. HOW DO I BALANCE OUT THE DOWNLOAD AND UPLOAD data? Firmware is all up to date. Verizon FIOS represents know of NO way to restrict incoming data temporarily while gaming without restricting all other data. I've played with the PS3 network settings but the download speeds are ALWAYS way more than the upload.
Can someone offer some layman's help to easily address my problem? Playing online is like playing handicapped. I'm easily killed but I cannot kill the opponent in a reasonable fashion. I'm like a fragile piece of glass and they are teflon coated.