I got jio fibre yesterday ..ping is high a bit not too much but theres no packet loss in the connection as last connection had..and surprisingly in valorant I'm getting even less ping than my old connection and in fortnite im getting doublewell below 50ms would be ideal. In terms of network performance goes. But having no packetloss is a positive sign. What about jitter? Is your ping mostly consistent? Thanks a lot for the info btw.
Every operator provides open NAT on IPv6.@kkapoorr Network Address Translation. Basically this is needed if you don't have a public IPv4 address. In Jio, you have a private IPv4 address. It means your IP address is an address in Jio's internal network, and not visible to the internet. People from outside can't reach you with just IP address, because this public IP address is shared by many people in Jio's internal network. NAT tells IP packets coming from internet which internal IP address to go to, since you're not directly visible outside. It's like you're permanently living in a hotel room, courier from outside comes only till reception desk with your name. Hotel staff (like NAT) does the job of delivering the packet till your room. The sender didn't know your room number, only hotel name. The problem comes in peer to peer applications like some games like FIFA, where direct IP connection is needed. Open NAT means you're directly accessible from outside without intermediaries like the hotel staff. This NAT used at level of ISPs is called carrier grade NAT (CGNAT). Another NAT that happens is in your home network. The packets come till your router which sends them to right devices. This one is fixed by forwarding ports since you have the router access, but CGNAT happens at ISP's router, you can't do much.
In Jio you have a private IPv4 (CGNAT) and public IPv6. So if the application is using IPv4, it will see NAT type strict, if it is using IPv6, it will see an open NAT.