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Hi @[TR] Mustafa

 

As I see that you have a problem about ping reason

 

I can advice to u some think for that 

 

1.Please make sure that other games are not updating

2.Check your internet network and restaart your modem

3.Maybe other familly members use your internet for other mobile device

4.Please can you reinstall both truckersmp and ETS2/.  
5.Please can you Open port 42850 on your router.
 
This issue is most likely due to your ISP.  
 
Please also make sure you don't have any other network heavy applications running in the background
 
Does this work?
 
Start by restarting your router. If this doesn't help make sure you have all other connected devices to your network disconnected and try to play with cable if you are over Wi-Fi. If you keep having connection problems try to open the specific ports: 42860, 49200, 42890. Also set Google DNS, 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 

https://forum.truckersmp.com/index.php?/topic/44327-non-stop-high-ms/&tab=comments#comment-433159

 

 

İf you have any problem , please pm me 

 Regards
BaldemaR95..

 

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Dear @[TR] Mustafa;

 

  • Upgrade your connection speed through your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Often ISP's will offer several different connection speeds for different prices. A higher connection speed will allow you to send and receive data faster and lower your ping. You can also switch to a different ISP that offers higher speeds.
  • Use a free online bandwidth testing tool such as BandwidthPlace to ensure you are receiving the speed promised by your ISP. If you are not receiving the advertised speed, let your ISP know and they will attempt to optimize your internet speed.
  • .Use a wired internet connection instead of a wireless connection or router. A fixed line connection allows for a more stable flow of data and will lead to lower ping and smoother game play. Additionally, a wired connection avoids the possibility of other computers simultaneously using the internet and using up bandwidth.
  • Disable any firewalls, such as ZoneAlarm, Norton, and McAfee. Although this step may expose your computer to temporary risks, many firewalls substantially slow down internet connection speed. Disabling firewalls that directly monitor web traffic will lower your ping.
  • Exit any applications that may be using up bandwidth. Heavy bandwidth users include applications or browsers that are downloading music, video or other files. Light bandwidth users include chat programs, open browsers and any other application that uses the internet in any way.
  • Choose a server that is geographically close to you. Using servers that are geographically close to you to lowers your ping because the amount of time it takes for a data packet to travel between yourself and the server will be reduced. Use filter options to sort servers by region or look up the IP address to find out where it is hosted.
  • Adjust in-game settings to make sure that there is no default bandwidth cap. This depends on each individual game. The best strategy is to use Google to search for the name of the game you are playing together with the term "bandwidth cap" and browse the results.

 

Best Regards,

TUNANKA OFFICIAL PROFILE

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I have a few suggestions

- Try turning off your internet pages. (such as, for example)
Google, Facebook, ect.

 

- Turning off your internet, and wait at least 10 seconds, and then turn on your internet again.

 

- Do a dns flush, Clicky here on how to do that

 

- Clear your PC's temp files with Clean Master for PC

 

- Open up your Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del on keyboard and see if there are some updating services running in the background processes , Example: Adobe IPC Broker service,or any form of updater service which updates softwares you use in the background. If you dont know if there are any running provide a screenshot and i will guide you furthur on.)

 

- Do a Disk Cleanup of C: drive Clicky here on how to do that , P.S The top right corner where it says Windows 8.1/Windows RT 8.1 , Click drop down arrow and select your version of windows 7/8/10)

 

- Disable any unwanted programs you dont want running and hogging internet. Clicky here on how to do that.

 

- Upgrade your Internet. The ping test shows that it is not in a very good condition.

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here are some things you can try to resolve the issue.

 

1. Try turning your router off for 1 minute and then turning it back on and see if you still have connection problems

2. Try clearing your DNS cache, follow this link for the guide https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/How+To+Clear+Your+DNS+Cache

3. Try changing your DNS to Google's one and see if that has any effect https://www.techworm.net/2016/08/change-default-dns-google-dns-fast-internet-speeds.html

4. Try using a VPN for a possibly stabler connection

5. Try re-setting your win-sock cache 

 

step 1: click on windows search program and type "cmd" enter (run cmd as an admin, right click run as admin)

step 2: once you're in, type "netsh winsock reset catalog" enter

step 3: type "netsh int ip reset.log hit" enter

step 4: restart your computer

 

Reset your network adapter, firewall and DHCP.

 

This page will guide you through what you need to do and explains for different Windows operating systems as you scroll down.

 

https://kb.wisc.edu/page.php?id=6653

 

You type 

 

·         netsh int ip reset reset.txt

·         netsh winsock reset

·         netsh advfirewall reset

 

into a command prompt window

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