I would like to know these. Not sure if they are the same as Titanfall Servers : https://titanfall.cf/status/r2 - Don't think so
My ISP claims they can optimise my routing if I know the IP address of the server.
I always choose my local data centre but have a sneaky suspicion I get auto connected to any available overseas servers to get a game - causes lag.
When I check my network activity (see attached file), It appears I am correct - all overseas connections.
Not the best way to play an online FPS. I'd prefer to wait and connect to a local server.
We have ports listed for Apex Legends. Have you tried adding those to see if it improves connecting?
Thanks for the reply. I have open the ports as per the guide - still experiencing lag.
Be nice to know which servers I am connecting to.
I am located in Melbourne Australia. I suspect like PUBG I am getting shunted to SEA servers. A lot of Chinese names in some of my games.....
I'm under the impression you've already tried the steps via the link below since you've reached out to your ISP, but it's worth a look just to make sure you've exhausted all options.
Basic Connection Troubleshooting
Thanks again for the reply.
You are correct - I have tried pretty much all of these steps.
The game is a great game and I have supported it by buying Apex Coins.
Cheaters are are non stop battle and I prefer to play on local servers to lessen the disadvantage.
I have included my Traceroute and ping times just in case someone wants to take a look.
Anyways - keep up the good work mate!
Have you tried changing data centers after you timeout at the ready up screen? Your trace route starts to jump at hop 5 but since you're connecting to the California address it's expected to climb. I don't see any packet loss which is great.
Are you able to login to your router's admin panel and disable or enable IPv6 to see if you have improvement?
I always change data centres at the start of every match to my closest.
I logged into my router and disabled IPv6. It didn't really seem to have any effect.
I do notice when I get pushed to laggy, further away servers though- it feels like i'm running under water or through sand. Everything is not as responsive.
That's why it would be nice to have a command to check current ping in match.