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Also another point that I forgot to mention was that if you were getting DOS'd your Internet would be completely unusable, Google wouldn't even load. The point of a DOS is to take the target's Internet connection down, not to hack into anything as the two of them would not work very well at the same time.
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Also another point that I forgot to mention was that if you were getting DOS'd your Internet would be completely unusable, Google wouldn't even load. The point of a DOS is to take the target's Internet connection down, not to hack into anything as the two of them would not work very well at the same time.
I have noticed that it affects MW3 MUCH more than BF3. Does it have something to do with the hosting service that COD has? I think it does. He generally says it is getting 'attacked' when my little brother plays MW3. Not much only once infact when I play bf3.
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I have a feeling that because MW3 has to communicate more with the router it it causing what others are saying about the ports and traffic. If somebody can explain about the Host system COD has I should be able to win this fight with my step dad.
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Originally Posted by Kavster12 View Post

That is a BRILLIANT IDEA. I will do this. Thank you very much for that idea. Keep the info coming guys. The next time he brings this up I will be ready. smile.gif

Or play single player for an hour or so and disconnect your PS3 from the wifi? Will make him be even more confused! thumb.gif
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A few things to be said...
Bandwidth = The amount of data that can be sent upstream and downstream at any given point in time IT IS NOT YOUR MONTHLY CAP

Monthly data cap, The amount of data you are allowed to send and receive per month according to your plan.

Now, that, That is out of the way, I spend the majority of my time playing MMORPG's... and an FPS everynow and then, with the occasional RTS,

FPS actualy uses the least amount of bandwidth overall, Each packet is typicly smaller, but it sends alot of them "Twitch response" etc etc etc, i would be suprised to see an FPS game sending more then 4kb/second upstream and receiving more then 5kb/second downstream in an average game.

Mmorpg Typicly use a bit more because of players zoning in and out, World of warcraft on max view distance (yes that does effect your connection because you can see more players, Clients only request player character data when a character can be seen, That includes behind you) on average 6k/second upstream 10k/second downstream, this can spike higher during raids.

And Lastly the big culprit wich still uses sweet FA of bandwidth RTS games especialy in 8 player + maps, Because information of everyones units, And commands has to be sent to everyone, and depending on the type of system used (P2P or Hosted) it can range anywhere from 12+ upstream and 15+ downstream to 25 upstream to 30 downstream, I was playing CnC3 the otherday on the net, and it was peaking at 25 up 30 down
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If it was a real DoS attack you could switch off your router for a few hours and it would probably stop. Most low-key DoS attacks are automated and occur against whatever random target they can hit, and if the target vanishes for long enough they will try somewhere else. Of course if your dad has enemies it might be a targeted attack ninja.gif
    
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A few things to be said...
Bandwidth = The amount of data that can be sent upstream and downstream at any given point in time IT IS NOT YOUR MONTHLY CAP

Monthly data cap, The amount of data you are allowed to send and receive per month according to your plan.

Now, that, That is out of the way, I spend the majority of my time playing MMORPG's... and an FPS everynow and then, with the occasional RTS,

FPS actualy uses the least amount of bandwidth overall, Each packet is typicly smaller, but it sends alot of them "Twitch response" etc etc etc, i would be suprised to see an FPS game sending more then 4kb/second upstream and receiving more then 5kb/second downstream in an average game.

Mmorpg Typicly use a bit more because of players zoning in and out, World of warcraft on max view distance (yes that does effect your connection because you can see more players, Clients only request player character data when a character can be seen, That includes behind you) on average 6k/second upstream 10k/second downstream, this can spike higher during raids.

And Lastly the big culprit wich still uses sweet FA of bandwidth RTS games especialy in 8 player + maps, Because information of everyones units, And commands has to be sent to everyone, and depending on the type of system used (P2P or Hosted) it can range anywhere from 12+ upstream and 15+ downstream to 25 upstream to 30 downstream, I was playing CnC3 the otherday on the net, and it was peaking at 25 up 30 down

FPSes use more than you think. Your upload there is spot on, but TF2 on a 24 man server typically uses ~16kb/s down with default rates, and that can hit up to 25 with higher rates. Of course this varies game to game though.

What I don't understand is how much minecraft uses. For ONE player on a lan server it sits doing anywhere between 60 and 100kb/s down and ~20-30 up - it's a game made of blocks, how could it possibly use that much?
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As others have mentioned, port 3074 is typically used by gaming consoles:

http://www.speedguide.net/port.php?port=3074

https://help.ea.com/article/online-ports-for-battlefield-3
Edited by drka0tic - 5/6/12 at 7:16am
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That is so pathetic that he Monitors your every move. He sounds like some type of pervert to me. Id watch him around my sister. Stand up to him and if he does not like that clock em


Edited by 4LC4PON3 - 5/6/12 at 7:06am
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Here is a nice video showing actual bandwidth testing of MW3 being played on PS3.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nWw1hVp-1Y

"In this hour long test we found Modern Warfare 3 used slightly less than 30MB playing Ground War with 18 people."
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