The Quality 0 across the board means that your network connection is extremely unstable, to the point of being unusable. The lowest you want to go is 80, and prefer 100.
You should also update from OBS 24.0.3 to 25.0.1, but that's unrelated.
Specifically, as everything is zero it's likely either a problem with your router/modem, your connection to your ISP, or something on their close-to-you intranet. If only one server was low or zero and the others were returning good values, it'd be more likely a server somewhere in the middle of the chain, or the ingest server itself.
Step one is to power-cycle your modem/router, and any network hubs/switches on your network. I had one of those freak out at one point and cause issues until I unplugged it, waited for a half-minute or so, and replugged it. Livestreaming can also cause some poorly-coded modem/routers to fall over internally, as their packet handling stack isn't meant for constant high-throughput connections (normally this presents as working fine after a reboot, then having a problem again after livestreaming for a while).