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  1. 18 minutes ago, Nanobug said:

    It's hard to tell if your router is being overloaded, unless you have a way to see it?
    You could flash it with another firmware that could see it.

    2 x 1.5 GHz isn't much really, but for a router, it should be able to handle it.

    You need to find out if that's the issue. Or you can try to do a factory reset on your router as well.

    I will try to find out if the router is overloaded

  2. Hi, @ich777 

    I have created an Ark SE cluster with your docker and @Cyd's template and it works amazingly, most of the time. 

    A while after I and my friends starts to play on the cluster, the server would disconnect all of us, and would disappear from the server browser. Whenever this happens, my home network gets messed up. Some services would still be usable (google, youtube) but most websites will not connect. For now the fix I found is to reset the DNS server in my router, after which everything will go back to normal and the Ark servers will be visible on the server browser again.

    My guess is that the pings from the server browsers are overloading my modem/router, but I am not very experienced with networking.

    Is there any way that I can stop my Ark servers from being pinged so much? Like setting the servers to be 'invisible' on the in-game server browser? As all my friends can join from IP directly, so I don't need them to be in the server browser.

    Or, alternatively, is there any other reason that my servers are behaving like this? Any potential solutions?

    System info just in case:

    i9 10900k, 64GB DDR4, all servers are running on a Samsung 970 EVO SSD.
    My home internet is Comcast gigabit ethernet with 1 Gig down and 35 Megabit up. Router/Modem is Nighthawk® DOCSIS® 3.1 3.2Gbps Two-in-one Cable Modem + WiFi Router.

    Thank you!