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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-zLam7n3pE&t=38s check out this gameplay i got in destiny 2 using the Netduma Nighthawk XR500, ill post my router settings down below if you want to know what they are. My setup Monitor: RL2460ht BenQ Console: Ps4 Pro Sound: Astro A40 control: SCUF with custom metal body/buttons/paddle(in case i throw at wall) Netduma Settings: ISP: Bell Canada, add console IP to modem/routers DMZ settings, turn off modem routers wifi with DMZ and HDCP being the only things enabled disable everything else(disable UPNP), then make sure every device is connected to the XR500. Geo Filter device: Add console, and use destiny 2 profile(keep lowering the distance if you find games laggy) Anti buffer bloat: Set correct internet speed, set to when high priority is detected so that internet speeds are normal when not gaming, set download to 70% and upload to 86% Bandwidth allocation: Share excess enabled on both download and upload and give your console 30% download and 30% upload. Traffic prioritization: Keep dumaOS classified games checked(you do not have to manually prioritize your console). Advanced settings UPNP: enabled(If you are using than 2 consoles and you find that both do not have open Nat, set Nat filtering to open) Lan setup: put consoles IP under address reservation. Settings USB storage: uncheck enable media server. Ps4Pro Settings: Resolution: Automatic RGB: Full HDR: off Deep color: off Display area: smallest System settings: boost mode on and leave everything else to default Ps4 network settings: Auto Monitor Settings: look for game mode on your tv/screen and if you have an option for response time set it to fastest. Destiny 2 geo filter setup step 1: log into duma go to geo filter and select destiny profle and click on flush cloud. step 2: make sure auto ping host is unchecked step 3: log into destiny 2 and go to the tower, look at geo filter and click on ALL the symbols that does not look like a head and click on it, click allow and name it something you would remember( it will say dedicated if u clicked on the right one). step 4: play a crucible and follow step 3 step 5: play a strike and follow step 3 step 6: Free roam planets and follow step 3
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    Destiny 2 XR500 hit detection test and gameplay

    To sum up all that text: step 1: log into duma go to geo filter and select destiny profle and click on flush cloud. step 2: make sure auto ping host is unchecked step 3: log into destiny 2 and go to the tower, look at geo filter and click on ALL the symbols that does not look like a head and click on it, click allow and name it something you would remember( it will say dedicated if u clicked on the right one). step 4: play a crucible and follow step 3 step 5: play a strike and follow step 3 step 6: Free roam planets and follow step 3
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    Destiny 2 XR500 hit detection test and gameplay

    If you are unsure how to find bungies servers let me know and ill see if i can help you whitelist them.
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    Features

    A lot of people visit my home and use the internet can we please get a feature that automatically removes unregistered devices on device manager when it is not in use? it would help me look for specific devices a lot more easily because right now its like looking for a needle in a haystack since there are so much devices. it would also help me keep my bandwidth allocation just the way i want it, it is really annoying to have to delete devices and setting up badwidth allocation over and over again lol.
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    Destiny 2 XR500 hit detection test and gameplay

    yes i do use geo filter in crucible and pve(because i forget to turn it off in pve), i used to get the beaver error code when i set the filter to below 800km. To fix the issue i just added 2 dedicated bungie servers outside of the filter to my allow deny list and the game started working properly i can even put the filter below 400km without error codes.
  6. Destiny 2 was really laggy and hit detection took 1-2 seconds to register until i got the xr500 check out this game play. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lgjvRx6CbI&t=164s My setup Monitor: RL2460ht BenQ Console: Ps4 Pro Sound: Astro A40 control: SCUF with custom metal body/buttons/paddle(in case i throw at wall) Netduma Settings: ISP: Bell Canada, add console IP to modem/routers DMZ settings, turn off modem routers wifi with DMZ and HDCP being the only things enabled disable everything else(disable UPNP), then make sure every device is connected to the XR500. Geo Filter device: Add console, and use destiny 2 profile(keep lowering the distance if you find games laggy) Anti buffer bloat: Set correct internet speed, set to when high priority is detected so that internet speeds are normal when not gaming, set download to 70% and upload to 86% Bandwidth allocation: Share excess enabled on both download and upload and give your console 30% download and 30% upload. Traffic prioritization: Keep dumaOS classified games checked(you do not have to manually prioritize your console). Advanced settings UPNP: enabled(If you are using than 2 consoles and you find that both do not have open Nat, set Nat filtering to open) Lan setup: put consoles IP under address reservation. Settings USB storage: uncheck enable media server. Ps4Pro Settings: Resolution: Automatic RGB: Full HDR: off Deep color: off Display area: smallest System settings: boost mode on and leave everything else to default Ps4 network settings: Auto Monitor Settings: look for game mode on your tv/screen and if you have an option for response time set it to fastest. Thought i would help people with their destiny 2 settings since forsaken is just around the corner. If you are in the Toronto/ New york area add me on psn or join my clan and we should play games together.
  7. anti BB has nothing to do with you not being able to connect to your friends. Check your geo filter bubble and see if your friends are outside of it, if they are white list them and the problem should go away.
  8. network started going down randomly may I get the firmware?
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    Need help setting up tv internet with router

    Great thank you very much will try this out.
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    Need help setting up tv internet with router

    Bell fibe uses vlan 35 for data and vlan 36 for video does this help?
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    Need help setting up tv internet with router

    Thank you for the quick response, I lost the link to the guide because I was trying to look up on how to do it yesterday. I found this instead and I do hope it helps http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/192-bell-aliant-home-phone-internet-iptv/134496-some-tidbits-fibreop-infrastructure.html#/topics/134496
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    Need help setting up tv internet with router

    I looked it up and found out it was possible to do so, it is just that I had no idea what they did, what they were talking about and the guide was for a different router lol. Something about the internet and TV being separate, something about vlan. I'm sorry it was just confusing for me I'll look into this modem mode you are talking about.
  13. Hello my ISP is bell fibe and i was wondering if i can setup my vap2500(TV) to work on the xr500. Right now the tv will only work if it is plugged into the Homehub2000(modem/router) lan port but if i try to connect it to the xr500 it will not work at all. When the family watches Netflix or use internet on the tv it starts to lag because it is not behind the xr500.
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    Upnp not working

    yup its working perfectly now thank you very much.
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    Upnp not working

    i looked online on how to bridge homehub2000 and people all said the same thing, the closest i can get it to bridge mode is to use pppoe on the second router and just attach it to the via lan to homehub2000. The reason i used pppoe instead of dmz in the first place was because when i was using the Netduma R1 it showed this blue message saying i was behind another router as (opposed to modem ) the R1 was already DMZ'd and the only way for me to get rid of that message was to use ppoe on the R1 and it worked! upnp worked as well on the r1 but when i switched over with the same setup on the xr500 upnp did not work until Fraser told me to do the dmz method for the xr500.
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