there is a neat little feature that was recently pointed out to me by a Call Center dude, and it shows you how much speed you get to your U.
if you go to options then look at the lower right hand corner you will see System Info with the button corresponding to your current control set up.
i use Bravo controls so for me its 2.
when i click 2, it shows a bevy of info relating to the console and the game.
the thing i was wondering is how much speed people are getting to their Us.
i use the official Nintendo USB Lan adapter so i am wired in.
my Bandwidth is only getting 309 Kbps...which is pathetically low.
which could be a huge factor in why lag comp / buffer bloat is killing me so badly.
My speed is WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY higher than what im gettin on the U.
imma call Nintendo tomorrow and see wth is going on with the connect.
i called a Nintendo rep and actually found out that the Bandwidth is directly associated with the upload speed on your interenet.
not sure why its affecting so many people on BO2, when WAW - MW3 were fine they way they were.
I checked my speed on the wii by going to the wii internet channel , then to sppedtest.net to chect to see what I was getting on it , cause ZI get 15 meg use from my ISP.. I get just over 15 on my PC/Laptop but only get 3.65/.34 with a ping of 45ms ping on my Wii.. Shouldnt I get the same or is that all that is capeable of receiving or operating with or what ever it does ... (sorry me not so tech savy) Just wondering if its the same for the U and yours..???
yump, there is no app for the U as of right now to check your interent speed.
ive gone to like 4 or 5 different speed test sites and nothing would work.
Whats this usb lan adapter your talking about? can't you just plug an ethernet cable into your wii and your router?
On my ps3 i get the same problem i never get the true speed or bandwidth... As far as speedtest goes thats not really an accurate measurement of what your ping is because it picks the closest host by default which could be 50 miles down the road from you. In COD you have to connect to whoever is the host and they could be on the other side of the country so your ping could go up signicantly.
thats what lets you get hard wired to the interent.
there is no direct cat5 cable spot.
king, what is your "speed", and I use that term loosely here as it fluctuates ALL the time based on your ISP when you use wireless on your wii u?
THis might help me diagnose the issue.