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    We have some good news to share: DumaOS for the Netduma R1 is now in the final stages of beta testing! As many of you know, this has taken so much longer than we anticipated, but our developers have now resolved all the major issues. This means that DumaOS for the R1 is stable and crucially, backwards compatible, so you can go back to the original R1 firmware if you prefer. A big thank you to all the beta testers who worked tirelessly with us to get to this point. We are tidying up some last loose ends to make it ready for full release. We will let you know it is ready to download across all our media platforms. Be sure to sign up to the DumaOS mailing list so you are the first to know when it's out. Stay tuned! The ND Team
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    lllRL

    DMZ on Smart Hub

    Just reread your post from Monday and I'm a little confused. The laptop is connected to the R1 via ethernet cable or its WiFi right? Could the WiFi have dropped out and auto connected to another WiFi point in your house, normally the ISP combo? It should be getting a 192.168.88.x IP, not 192.168.1.x, as that's the standard DHCP range on the R1. IIRC it's 192.168.88.100-250 as standard, and I might be mistaken but I don't think you can use 192.168.1.x. Whenever I've changed it I think I had to use 192.168.2.x. Do me a favour. Just double check that you're connected to the R1 on your laptop, and then go to "change adapter settings" in the Network & Sharing Centre, right click the R1 WiFi, hit "properties", click "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and then hit "properties" below it as shown in the screenshot below, and then just make sure it says "obtain an IP address automatically". With that 192.168.1.64 IP on the laptop, rather than that being set as the R1 WAN IP, it sounds like you're connected to the Smart Hub as they use the 192.168.1.x range as standard.
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    Zennon

    ping plotter help

    No that is a very nice plot. The packet loss is due to the fact that the two hops do not always respond to ICMP pings. In the plot there is no red lines and there is no PL on the destination hop, all is well.
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    Hi Lethaz - I recommend you try the beta firmware (2.3.2.26) instead of going back as far as .22. because .26 has the disconnection fix and hopefully doesn't break your other issue. Have you raised a ticket/case with NETGEAR? They will not be able to fix the problem without debugging it.
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    No, there are hardware advantages as it has a quad core processor and a gig or ram. This helps for households with a lot of devices that are connected at the same time. If it primarily for gaming purposes only and you have a limited number of devices (10 -15 as an example) then the XR500 would probably suit your needs. If you want to compare the XR700 to the R1 then there is no comparison....the XR700 can handle way more bandwidth intense processes. The cpu difference alone is self explanitory and should answer your question for you!!!
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    Yeah, I don't usually have it on Rest mode but it happened after about half an hour when it went to Rest Mode, had to power off the router completely to get it back on. I'll report back if it happens again.
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    Alright great hope it does thanks
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    Gotcha, thanks for clarifying 😆 well either way at least it didn't last long and it's looking normal. I shouldn't need to contact them now my download is basically up to the max my line can handle and it's cleared the minimum guaranteed figure 👍
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    Early morning posting, yeah it doesn't make make much sense lol. What I meant to say was DLM is not live on new activations until 48 hours are up, so you did have interleaving set because of the flaky rubbish TT hub then fast path has been applied quickly after changing to a good modem/router because the normal DLM time limits were not in place.
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    mproper

    Black Ops 4: General Discussion

    Initially had some serious doubts but after the beta I'm more excited about BO4 now... Both the regular game modes and the Blackout mode I think are going to be fun. I'm still not a fan of the self-healing in regular game modes and I absolutely hate specialists... (Don't know why we need them!). I'm not in the WW2 bashing camp, I actually thought it was a good game, played to prestige level 220. Was it perfect? No... there are things that to this day I wish they would have changed but overall I feel it was a fun game and worth playing. Also, overall Sledgehammer did a good job making changes along the way to try and accommodate what the community was asking for. I like the pick 10 system the best but for this particular game the division system worked OK. The game became much better after the major division overhaul update. I couldn't get into BO3 and IW so I was just so happy to have a COD game without advanced movement I embraced the game and still enjoy playing it.
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    If that is true. It might be best to release it the week before BO4 comes out. Lets get everyone upgraded and any issues that come up resolved so people aren't on here complaining their duma is screwed up and they can't even play BO4. Cause you know the headaches that's gonna cause on the forums.
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    Yup just to clarify this - it's our main priority to get it ready before BO4 launches no matter what. I believe it'll be ready much sooner, but again I'm not part of the testing / development side at this time so I can't give you a definitive answer!
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    Check this link out for clarification. http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000069627-1-03-6j
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    Netduma Admin

    VPN only HideMA available?

    This is a great summary. Our Hybrid VPN feature allows you to use any OpenVPN provider (most are). You can then select which devices and applications you want to apply the VPN to. We can't give a release date because it's a big feature and is going through NETGEAR's testing right now. Hopefully it won't be long though.
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    If you recall, the legal issue was that we found out we had to make sure the R1 would be backwards compatible. So if you installed DumaOS and then wanted to revert back to the original R1 firmware, you could. This was a huge curve ball for us as we had to redesign how DumaOS connected into the R1. As is no doubt evident now, it turned out to be a bigger task than we expected. Thankfully, we've overcome it and we're now in the final stages of beta testing!
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    I’m currently beta testing DumaOS on the R1, I was also privileged to be involved in the XR500 & XR700 testing phases. DumaOS is beautiful & a fantastic piece of software that will enhance your gaming experience. DumaOS performs on the R1 as well as it does on the more powerful Netgear routers. Congratulations to the Netduma team, you should be proud of what you’ve achieved. Now’s the time to look forward to the imminent release, don't dwell on the past, it's been a long wait but it will be worth it, especially as it’s FREE!
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    I'm a current beta tester and I can confirm it is real and does work just as promised. Netduma is not lying, please refrain from using that language on the forums.
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    keep waiting.... like 3 years more. netduma said there are legal problems with duma OS on R1 and now they talk about final beta testing.... netduma think we are ----- to believe that stop liying to customers.
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