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  1. Ok thanks, it's not essential so I will just say with the latest firmware until the next update.
  2. markdeacon

    Wake On Lan

    I sometimes like to access my gaming PC from work but I don't want to leave it switched on 24/7. It's useful for checking things, starting updates/game downloads while I'm at work so they are ready for when I get in. My old router had wake on LAN built in. I can open ports to make WOL available externally but I quite liked the built in option from my old router. Is there a copy of the roadmap published anywhere that I can view as I am very interested in the future of DumaOS.
  3. I am getting an error every time I try to add a custom traffic prioritisation rule. I wanted to add UDP ports 500 & 4500 into the list as per https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT202944 to prioritise WiFi calling. It would actually be nice to see this as a preset option like Skype. The error I get is below: "Error: RPC error 'ERROR_UNKNOWN': bad argument #1 to 'len' (string expected, got nil) -> stack traceback: ?: in function <?:73> [C]: in function 'len' ?: in function '?' ?: in function 'decode' ?: in function <?:50> (tail call): ? ?: in function <?:324> [C]: in function 'xpcall' ?: in function 'try' ?: in function <?:290> [C]: in function 'run' ?: in function <?:345> [C]: in function 'xpcall' ?: in function 'try' ?: in function <?:261> (tail call): ? /dumaos/api/cli.lua:48: in function </dumaos/api/cli.lua:30> [C]: in function 'xpcall' /dumaos/api/cli.lua:59: in main chunk [C]: ?"
  4. It would be nice if the network monitor could be enhanced so there is access to historical information as well as the live data. I know there is the traffic meter which shows usage per day, week and month etc. But I would like to see this information per device and also as a category breakdown like in the live network monitor.
  5. I think it would be a nice feature to have a built in wake on LAN within the DumaOS device map. The way I could see it working is if the device type is set to PC and it is in the offline section when you click on the device it could show the option to Wake Up. The router could then send a magic packet destined for the computers MAC address and if properly configured the PC would power on.
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