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Going mad with youtube Stream issues

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Well I've been looking into this a lot, but at this point I'm just spinning in circles.

Only when watching youtube streams, they'll cut out rather often. The stats for nerds has the Network Activity drop to 0, and live latency shoots up. Its only in firefox.

I can have the same stream open in chrome/edge, and they are not usually lagging when firefox does, or when they do it's for a shorter period.

I have tried safemode, turning off protections on Youtube, clearing cache, telling firefox to not use any proxies, changing my DNS, running the HTTP logging tool.

The logging tool looks like it could be the socket timing out, but I'm unsure how to fix it.

Is this just an issue with youtube hating firefox, or is it something I could fix?

Well I've been looking into this a lot, but at this point I'm just spinning in circles. Only when watching youtube streams, they'll cut out rather often. The stats for nerds has the Network Activity drop to 0, and live latency shoots up. Its only in firefox. I can have the same stream open in chrome/edge, and they are not usually lagging when firefox does, or when they do it's for a shorter period. I have tried safemode, turning off protections on Youtube, clearing cache, telling firefox to not use any proxies, changing my DNS, running the HTTP logging tool. The logging tool looks like it could be the socket timing out, but I'm unsure how to fix it. Is this just an issue with youtube hating firefox, or is it something I could fix?
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as a note, its also ONLY youtube streams. Archives/normal uploads work fine, Twitch works fine, network isn't being saturated even if I open the same stream in multiple browsers.

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Just for S&Gs can you do a trace route(tracert) to your DNS provider? here are my results...

traceroute to 1.1.1.1 (1.1.1.1), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets 1 190.180.100.** (190.180.100.**) 0.502 ms 1.916 ms 1.902 ms 2 96.120.72.9 (96.120.72.9) 9.327 ms 9.314 ms 10.058 ms 3 24.124.226.81 (24.124.226.81) 9.830 ms 9.817 ms 10.020 ms 4 68.86.152.213 (68.86.152.213) 11.959 ms 11.865 ms 11.932 ms 5 be-31143-cs04.newark.nj.ibone.comcast.net (96.110.42.45) 17.912 ms be-31113-cs01.newark.nj.ibone.comcast.net (96.110.42.33) 18.224 ms be-31133-cs03.newark.nj.ibone.comcast.net (96.110.42.41) 18.144 ms 6 be-2103-pe03.newark.nj.ibone.comcast.net (96.110.37.66) 17.284 ms be-2203-pe03.newark.nj.ibone.comcast.net (96.110.37.70) 12.785 ms be-2403-pe03.newark.nj.ibone.comcast.net (96.110.37.78) 10.669 ms 7 173.167.58.38 (173.167.58.38) 16.847 ms 17.018 ms 16.741 ms 8 one.one.one.one (1.1.1.1) 16.038 ms 15.984 ms 15.931 ms

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