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  1. ignore me I'm an idiot on my last factory reset the duma got my pc and xbox mixed up in the auto name thing so i thought I was putting my xbox in the filter when really i was putting my PC. all fixed now and back to working perfectly.
  2. my geofilter doesn't show any symbols at all when I'm playing Destiny 2 on xbox. It doesn't ping a host either. It basically doesnt show anything except sometime shows an allowed player that I've tried to block but it never does. Id of allowed player - 25a289543fc4f9fe
  3. Top right there should be an ā€œiā€ icon, click that and reboot should pop up.
  4. Yes, if I extend the lease time on the duma to the max, 168 hours, it will drop exactly a week after I changed the settings. Then will continue to drop once a week. Forcing me to manually change the wifi channel to get the wifi back. When I used the Duma with my Openreach modem it only dropped once over the course of two and a half weeks, but the Openreach modem cuts my speed in half as I found out it has some stupid "advanced features" flashed onto it and I can't access the gui as the IP they supplied doesn't connect me to anything. I would give the affected devices static IPs but it is every single wifi device that drops, LAN is perfect. My PC and Xbox have never lost connection ever, its just the rest of the family that use the wifi and who normally alert me to the issue. This wifi drop issue only started when I got my Home Hub 5 and my Smart Hub, up until then the duma worked perfectly for about 2 years with no problems what so ever, even with it having taken a few knocks from the kids.
  5. sigh, so wifi dropped just now. evidently an issue between my home hub and duma. I am 98% sure it is something to do with when renewing the DHCP lease.
  6. So I had unplugged for about an hour the openreach modem and duma. Home hub had been off for about a week, decided to set the duma back up through the home hub, factory reset everything, put it back in the DMZ of the homehub and set up QoS all properly and It's coming through at the speeds it should now. So all good in that regard, only worried about the wifi drop issue again that I had before with the home hub being plugged in. But I also still lag horribly on Rocket League on PC when someone is watching something on the Fire TV Stick as it uses and absolute mega ton of data, its running like 4-5Mbps even when im giving it only 1% on the flower and i got the sliders at 50%. I never lag when the kids are watching netflix on their iPads or phones but as soon as the fire tv is turned on my ping is all over the place. Going to try and see if I can change some settings on it, might have to sacrifice some picture quality so I can get some good gaming in. Also might be a bit late for me to get a replacement, I've had my Duma since Oct 2015
  7. So I ran BTs speed test to see if i could get down to the problem plaguing my internet and these were the results. I am getting around 76Mbps from the exchange to my house but as soon as it comes out the router it drops to around half, this is the same when I'm on both power line adaptors and also properly hard wired. BT wont help as they say everything is all fine which to be fair it sort of is on their end as they are supplying the right speed its just when I try get it out of my router it is halfed. (This was with QoS turned off so I could get a more accurate result) Super disappointing news but just removed Netduma from my set up and my speed is right where it should be, I'm getting 72Mbps in my third floor bedroom. So My Netduma is 100% destroying my speeds.
  8. I'm playing through a BT powerline adapter, as my router is three stories away from my room. Can't run a ethernet cable all the way through the house so they were the only solution. I do have a feeling the powerline adapters are causing issues but i'm not sure theres much i can do about it.
  9. I get exactly the same issue on Rocket League on PC, I can sit happily playing at a solid unmoving ping but as soon as someone turns on Netflix on the Fire TV stick my ping will bounce between 200 and 30 constantly making it unplayable. This is even with me having bufferbloat set at 70/70 on always and with me giving my pc more bandwidth but if I turn off share excess they complain because Netflix starts to buffer.
  10. I pay for 80 down and 20 up from BT. Their speed test tells me I get 80 down and 20 up but Speedtest.net tells a very different story of just about 40 down and around 15 up.
  11. I have similar issues, only one wireless drop so far though. But i get huge ping spikes if someone is watching netflix.
  12. Azlios

    WiFi Drop

    Mine looks like this too, think its just the norm.
  13. So I was previously having WiFi issues and recently removed my BT Smart Hub from my set up and now just have the Duma plugged into an Openreach Modem. Everything was working great until this evening where all my WiFi dropped again, I've pasted what the system log said at the time. The fix is super simple all I have to do is change the WiFi channel on the duma to a different channel, 6, and then go back to the one I was on, 11, that was suggested by a network analyser. As I'm sure you can understand I dont want to really be doing that constantly. Any Ideas? Running - R1 2.1.3.29 System Log: Thu Nov 15 23:35:21 2018 user.warn com.netdumasoftware.settings: Error opening wireless-mirror with error wireless-mirror: No such file or directory. Thu Nov 15 23:35:18 2018 kern.info kernel: [211603.328000] send: nf_ct_get failed Thu Nov 15 23:35:18 2018 kern.info kernel: [211603.328000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Thu Nov 15 23:35:11 2018 kern.info kernel: [211596.532000] recv: nf_ct_get failed Thu Nov 15 23:34:55 2018 kern.info dpiclass-daemon: Kill flow due to timeout Thu Nov 15 23:34:47 2018 daemon.warn odhcpd[846]: Failed to send to ff02::1%br-lan (Operation not permitted)
  14. I've done a factory reset on both the Smart Hub and the Duma, put a static IP back on the Duma and placed it in the DMZ in the hub, increased the DHCP lease time on both boxes and will now wait and see. I'm 90% sure now though that this isn't a Duma issue and is a BT issue. When I was changing the lease time I saw there was an option for "Authoritative DHCP" that was set to on, don't know if that has anything to do with it? Its description is - "If your device is using the wrong IP address, the BT Smart Hub will try to correct it so the connection doesn't break."
  15. The R1 has always had a static IP on my BT Hub
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