Its a shame this has to be so complicated, at least I'm not a console gaming, as with PC gaming you get the choice (some games) to use server-side games.
What I was trying to say was, a ISP COULD provide a rout and divert selective traffic rather than individuals having to pay out for a leased line.
In other works ISP's will have to adapt to the changes of its users at the least if it wont to advertise for gamers. Times change, I remember when I could play online with no problems and that was back in the days of dial-up and then cable (fttc) but this change, the internet is loaded with rubbish (in my eyes) and the old get pushed out.
p2p gaming is the new thing, can your ISP provide you with the connection you need?
I understand to the point that I have no more to say, as I've already stated I'm well over my head with this. We get told how it is and pay the bill, end of.
Last thing. I was never told this was the problem, I had to work this out my self. Hence the title.