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  1. Disabling IPV6 didn't help me either. I've always had that disabled. Going back to .20 was the only solution for me, because I never tried to use the SFP+ port.
  2. Hopefully Netgear will be able to quickly see the problem now that we know the SFP+ port works fine.
  3. I agree with waiting for the final AX release. I'm tired of dealing with companies releasing hardware that meet only half of a certain spec like they're starting to do with HDMI 2.1. There are manufacturers that are making tvs with EARC, but not HDMI 2.1 that includes high frame rate, 48gb bandwidth, VRR (variable refresh rate), and 8k. Give me all of HDMI 2.1 or nothing from it. I purchased a 4k hdr projector in 2016 thinking it would meet all of HDMI 2.0b, but it didn't. It wasn't capable of 18gb bandwidth. The fine print was so small that I didn't see that mentioned in the specs besides a little * next to the resolution of [email protected] I just saw [email protected] and thought excellent. Silly me.
  4. I can't believe after this amount of time that Netgear hasn't fixed the WAN disconnects. How is this not a priority?? It's like Netgear has no coders since the only things they fixed or added were on the DumaOS side. I didn't think AX routers were that far off. I thought maybe Fall 2019 at the earliest, but not 2020. Oh well. If the XR700 didn't still have the same issues, I'd try it again, but at $500 with the same issues, No Thanks. I'm not even using the R1 either, because it cuts my bandwidth from 1000/1000 to 140/150 with QoS on. I also can't put it behind my Asus router cause then I'm 'double NAT'd'. The struggle to deal with BO4 lag compensation is real.
  5. Thanks for the info. I'll definitely buy it again, but I'm waiting to see if Netgear announces an AX wifi model this year with updated hardware.
  6. I'm on Fiber. Netgear actually wanted me to participate and use a Beta firmware for the issue, but I didn't have time to try it before my return period ran out.
  7. Did this update fix the WAN disconnection issues that were present in 1.0.1.2? http://forum.netduma.com/topic/26676-xr700-dropped-packets/
  8. So I picked up the XR700 because I loved the fact that it has 6 lan ports and 1 SFP+ port which you can use as a 10gb, 1gb, 100mb, or 10mb lan port or a 10gb wan port. It also destroys the capabilities of the R1 in terms of wifi and power. I'm sure the R1 will do great with DumaOS, but I needed something that could use all of my 1GB internet speeds. I've been with Netduma for a long time (Early Adopter with the R1), and I've also been waiting a long, long time for DumaOS. Was it worth the wait, I can't say for sure because I haven't tested all aspects of it yet, but I can say that I'm extremely happy with this router so far. The wifi is outstanding, it has plenty of horsepower for whatever you need, setup is a breeze (if you set it up connected to the internet and don't set it up Offline that is), there's Hybrid VPN and Plex Server if you use them, but most of all it is a super R1 with the geo-filter, best-in-class QoS, 1gb speeds, and 802.11AD wireless. It's the dream of all of us Early Adopters. Congrats Netduma on this product! You guys have come a long way! I do have some thoughts about it that I wanted to share before I forget. First, I usually always set up my routers Offline. It's just a habit, mostly cause routers always want to have a lan address of 192.168.1.1 and I have at least 3 routers on my network at once. So there's always a conflict if I don't set them up offline and change their lan ip address first. When I tried to set this up Offline, I had some issues with the Setup Wizard not working correctly since it wanted to be online. I got past those issues, but then somehow the XR700 knew there was a dhcp router on my network and changed it's lan ip address to 10.0.0.1 without notifying me of the change. Second, Netgear says you can use routerlogin.net to access the interface, but I have Verizon Fios internet and their router, the G1100, also uses that same address to access it's interface. So that's a conflict you need to work around. You have to disconnect the routers, change the lan/wan ip addresses, then reconnect them so you can use their specific ip addresses to access their respective interfaces. Most users won't have this issue and those that do will understand networking enough to work around it. Third, not sure if this is a bug on the new 1.0.1.2 firmware or not, but when I was going through the Setup Wizard and tried to set both the 2.4 and 5ghz wireless networks to the same SSID, it said I couldn't. After I finished the Setup Wizard, I went into the wireless network settings and found that it had set both the 2.4 and 5ghz wireless networks to the same SSID. Strange for sure. Fourth, there's an issue with accessing the DumaOS interface with different PCs. Each PC will show different settings. The R1 did this with the 1.03.g firmware. I hope this is an issue that can get resolved. I use Chrome on two PCs and one Macbook Pro. Fifth, the lan port leds are supposed to either be White or Amber and either Solid or Blinking according to the manual. Well, I have my PS4 Pro and my Xbox Scorpio connected to lan ports 1 and 2 respectively, and when the consoles are off or in standby mode, the leds are Red. When I turn the consoles on, the leds turn White. So it seems that either Netgear's Amber is Red or Netgear forgot to add the Red led color description in their manual. Both of my consoles are set for Standby mode, so they drop their link rate to 10mb or 100mb when in standby. Just not sure if Netgear's Amber is Red or not. Haha. All said, I'm very happy with the XR700 so far and I'm looking forward to Ping Assist and Jitter Reduction in the future since they're not in the current DumaOS 1.0.1.2 firmware on the XR700. I have yet to play any online games but I will update this post when I do. Congrats again Netduma! Thank you for showing Router manufacturers that us Gamers need better hardware and software, and that if they build it, we will buy it.
  9. I believe it has the same wifi chip. So no.
  10. More powerful CPU, Plex Server, and SFP+ port.
  11. In the month that I had the XR700, the internal fan never ran. You can also open http://routerlogin.net/debug.htm and adjust when the fan will turn on.
  12. FQs19

    Black Ops 4 - Getting P2P Only? Post Here!

    On Xbox, Console deleted from Geo-Filter, DumaOS on R1, Open NAT shown in Game, This is what I get when searching for any game in Multiplayer: Thu Nov 29 21:36:27 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[740]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Thu Nov 29 21:36:16 2018 kern.info kernel: [ 442.136000] send: nf_ct_get failed Thu Nov 29 21:36:16 2018 kern.info kernel: [ 442.136000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Then the game boots me back to the main screen saying Lobby was full.
  13. BO4 on Xbox takes forever to connect to a Peer host and has a bunch of graphical errors on-screen. I can't connect to a Dedi at all. Geo-filter is disabled. BO3 on PS4 works perfectly fine. So I say it's a BO4 issue. Not DumaOS.
  14. I disabled the Geofilter and restarted my xbox, I'm still only getting Peer hosts. It's not just DumaOS users.
  15. My setup: Internet>Verizon G1100 gateway>R1 (DMZ'd in the G1100)>Plex server (on a pc) I'm running a Plex server on a pc that is wired to the R1 which is DMZ'd in my Verizon G1100 router. I can not connect to my Plex server from anything on my local network, but I can connect to my Plex from outside my network. There seems to be a problem with NAT and I can't figure out how to fix it. I've tried manually port forwarding everything I could think of, but nothing has worked. To be more specific, I'm trying to connect to my Plex server from devices that are under my Verizon G1100 which are on 192.168.1.x subnet. The R1 is running a dhcp server on 192.168.88.x subnet. When I had the XR700 in this same configuration, I had zero issues with Plex. It worked perfectly. I could connect to my Plex from both locally and remotely. Could a dev take a look at what is different between the XR700 and the R1 running DumaOS to see why NAT traffic isn't working within the local network. Thanks My Plex Server status My R1 port forwarding the correct ports My Macbook Pro on the G1100 subnet not being able to connect to the Plex Server on the R1 subnet The most recent logs Fri Nov 23 15:16:50 2018 user.warn com.netdumasoftware.settings: Error opening wireless-mirror with error wireless-mirror: No such file or directory. Fri Nov 23 15:15:54 2018 kern.info kernel: [47920.212000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Fri Nov 23 15:14:54 2018 kern.info dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout Fri Nov 23 15:14:54 2018 kern.info dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout Fri Nov 23 15:12:56 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 15:09:34 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 15:07:41 2018 user.warn com.netdumasoftware.settings: Error opening wireless-mirror with error wireless-mirror: No such file or directory. Fri Nov 23 15:07:34 2018 kern.info kernel: [47420.188000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Fri Nov 23 15:05:27 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 14:59:17 2018 kern.info kernel: [46923.100000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Fri Nov 23 14:57:23 2018 kern.info dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout Fri Nov 23 14:57:09 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 14:56:53 2018 kern.info dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout Fri Nov 23 14:56:53 2018 kern.info dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout Fri Nov 23 14:56:53 2018 kern.info dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout Fri Nov 23 14:56:20 2018 daemon.warn dnsmasq[1120]: possible DNS-rebind attack detected: 192-168-88-15.8cbab343d9204bc98b1d780de2885481.plex.direct Fri Nov 23 14:56:20 2018 daemon.warn dnsmasq[1120]: possible DNS-rebind attack detected: 192-168-1-243.a587e45deb5b4b239d14bfa023a5f0a9.plex.direct Fri Nov 23 14:49:33 2018 kern.info kernel: [46338.688000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Fri Nov 23 14:48:59 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 14:44:09 2018 user.warn com.netdumasoftware.settings: Error opening wireless-mirror with error wireless-mirror: No such file or directory. Fri Nov 23 14:40:21 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 14:40:09 2018 kern.info kernel: [45775.308000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Fri Nov 23 14:33:18 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 14:30:58 2018 kern.info kernel: [45223.988000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Fri Nov 23 14:23:29 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 14:21:26 2018 kern.info kernel: [44651.848000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Fri Nov 23 14:18:26 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 14:12:25 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[737]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted) Fri Nov 23 14:12:24 2018 kern.info kernel: [44109.788000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Fri Nov 23 14:06:51 2018 kern.info dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout Fri Nov 23 14:04:51 2018 kern.info dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout Fri Nov 23 14:02:49 2018 kern.info kernel: [43534.608000] recv: nf_ct_get failed
  16. I have. I let it use the G1100 automatic DNS from Verizon and tried 1.1.1.1 too. Neither worked.
  17. There's no way to enter the IP address on my devices like my LG OLED TV Plex app or my Nvidia Shield TV Plex app. They simply ask you to sign into your account and connect automatically. This is the error I get when Diagnosing my Network connection on the PC which is connected to the R1:
  18. If I place the Plex server PC on the G1100 network, then I'm not able to take advantage of the R1's QoS. My friends have access to my Plex content, so I could be playing online games while my friends are watching my Plex content, which could cause me lag issues.
  19. I access the server through the PC which is the server. My clients are unable to connect to the server so I can view the content. I am connecting through WAN essentially since the client I'm trying to view my Plex content on is on the WAN side of the R1, but the server is fully accessible outside my network. It worked with the XR700 in the same configuration. So I'm not understanding why it won't work with the R1 with DumaOS.
  20. FQs19

    gigabit internet

    Yeah, DumaOS is much easier to run than the original firmware, so you can get pretty good speeds. That's the R1 with DumaOS, running behind my Verizon G1100 router, with QoS disabled.
  21. FQs19

    gigabit internet

    I can get 500mb down and up with the R1 if you set your speeds to 1000mb d/u and disable the QoS.
  22. Netgear finally sent me a request to sign up for a Beta they have for the XR700. They say it fixes some of my issues. Not sure what 'issues' they think they've fixed. Unfortunately, My 30 day return is up tomorrow and I can not allow myself to Beta test a $500 router, so I'm returning the router without trying their beta. I've asked them to clarify what the beta supposedly fixes, but if you guys could get in touch with Netgear and post something about what they think the problem was and how they fixed it, I would purchase the XR700 in the future. I am in agreement with a bunch of users who think Netduma should release their DumaOS on another Mikrotik product or even design your own router. Hopefully one that incorporates all the specs and hardware of a 2018/19 router would/should.
  23. Would also love to get 'Access from WAN' implemented as soon as possible. Thanks
  24. They know about the return window. They also know my current xr700 is a replacement for the first one which had the same issues. Working 12hr shifts for 10 days in a row isn't helping our communication. Which is why the return window is closing before they can get a clear picture of what's happening.
  25. Finally got a day off to troubleshoot this router some more with Level 2 Netgear Support. First they had me install the newest firmware, 1.0.1.2. Then I had to factory reset the router. Then they had me go to the Debug Page, enable the LAN/WAN packet capture, then Start Capture. I ran like that for almost two days while running Ping Plotter to Verizon.com which showed a whole bunch of packet loss on a wired connection. I wasn't able to see if my wan connection dropped because the logs filled up with non-important stuff and just kept getting cleared out. I saved the debug log and sent it to them along with the Ping Plotter .pp2 file for their review. This is what ping plotter captured on my pc wired to the XR700 behind my Verizon Fios G1100: After they received my logs, they used TeamViewer to copy down my network diagnostics, both wireless and wired, from my Macbook Pro. Then they had me change the XR700 MTU to 1400 from the default of 1500 which i've been using forever with broadband internet. They want me to see if changing the MTU stops the disconnections and packet loss from happening. All of this info is being sent up to their next level of support. Unfortunately, my 30 day return period is approaching, so I must return it. I can't use a router with this many problems even if Netgear is willing to work with me on troubleshooting it. I don't have the time to be their beta tester. I'll update this thread if Netgear responds with anything of value. XR700 with 1.0.1.2 firmware verizon.com.pp2
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