INone of the servers you are streaming to, are particularly close to your location
Setting bitrate: 2500 when you can push a maximum of 1700 to netherlands seems to be the issue
I'm having trouble at 1700 bitrate can't give up at all already 1700The bandwith test shows that it is able to push a maximum of 1700kbps
Also, it should be noted that it can depend on other streamers activity, e.g. If a lot of other streamers are currently active
I have no idea what I can do, I talked to my Internet provider and cannot solve the problem.Yeah I can see that, but Twitch's servers have a bandwith as well, it's not only your own bandwith that is a limiting factor
The twitch bandwith tester shows your connection to twitch's own servers, not your connection as a whole
You're telling the truth about it, but what can I do?Speed test sites like speedtest.net do NOT test in a manner that can be compared to streaming.
Thanks bro ^^
What happens if you activate all regions in twitchtest (really all, even oversea) and see what server is best? Perhaps you have a better connection to some asian or us server instead of some european server.
There is no such problem until 2 days ago and it is more sad now that it is.This is a truly depressing result. Given your general speedtest and twitchtest results, I draw the conclusion that your internet provider might have a very bad interconnect into the internet. Perhaps it is even throttling non-http traffic or something like this.