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  1. Hi, so I just got my netduma, (mainly for cod iw and its insane packet loss / spikes) I went through the setup and all, and looked online to understand the misc settings. (I have a router by the way, and i plugged an ethernet cord in from that to the netduma) I have 100 down, 10 up, w/ Rogers Cable in Ontario, Canada. I've linked screenshots of my misc settings here: http://imgur.com/a/9EplW I then went to host filtering, did 30 ping and about 1500km, and found a match. It was amazing, now packet loss symbol at all. (The only device connected to my internet at the time was my computer and iphone, both of which werent being used, and i also had the device prioritization on 80 for my ps4) I played about 5-6 games with no lag, and the very rare lag spike. Throughout the day i tried several other settings to try and fine tune the settings as best as possible, but now im constantly getting the packet loss symbol in game and im skipping a little less than i used to without the net duma. I did a factory reset and used the original settings i used before, but same thing. The thing is, im using the original main router for everyones wifi in my house, instead of the net dumas wifi. So i assume that would mean the network speeds are being shared over these two routers, (they arent bridged, i tried to bridge earlier and nothing worked, so i had to factory reset my main router) and i may be getting slower speeds on the duma, and it cant use the congestion control properly because the bandwidths too high? Is the solution to simply connect all devices and see what the game is like afterwards? I figured i would post this here incasethere could be other problems. Thanks! (cc was capped at 70 for the successful tests, reactive)
  2. I currently have 300Mbps internet with comcast. I'm using an Arris SB6190 modem and the Netduma router. When turning on Congestion Control and setting my bandwidth (300Mbps down/30Mbps up) it asks if I want to auto configure the settings for this speed. I click Yes and it does it for me. When the Congestion Control bars are both at 100% (download and upload) I do a speed test and it caps me out at 200Mbps. I have everything disabled in Miscellaneous except for letting Netduma save configuration changes and Turbo mode is on. I also Reset the distribution and Updated the distribution for all devices on my network (currently only my desktop PC hard wired via an ethernet 7 cable). I also have Share excess enabled on both the Download and Upload. From reading the FAQ having Turbo mode on should allow speeds of up to 300Mbps. If I turn on Super Turbo Mode I get my max speed, however it then does not allow Congestion Control to function. When purchasing this device I did read to make sure my 300Mbps would be supported with Congestion Control feature for my max connection from the link here: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000028079-what-do-the-miscellaneous-settings-do-Not really sure what to do at this point Please help. Thank you. PS: I have ipv6 completely disabled in Miscellaneous, WAN, and LAN. I also have it set to Reactive not pre-emptive.
  3. BSkatersk8

    Es mejor un vpn por hardware?

    Hola a todos vengo a solicitar su ayuda referente a una duda que cargo desde hace bastante tiempo.. Los vpn, se que son muy utiles, pero en ciertos casos se vuelven inservibles (como por ejemplo en gyft.com) ya que te detecta que estas usando un vpn, siempre los he usado mediante extenciones del navegador, ahora.. Tengo como meta registrarme en esa pagina fuera de los estados unidos. haciendo multiples busquedas he encontrado varias extenciones, programas y demas que no me han servido para tal proposito, pero me llamo bastante la atencion la siguiente: https://how-to.watch/es/que-son-vpn-routers/ la cual promociona un servicio al parecer bastante bueno (nunca he comprado nada referente a tecnologia de fabricacion alemana que sea malo LOL) Pero lo que mas me llama la atencion es que es un HARDWARE vpn, en toda mi vida he usado programas, es decir software que ofrecen tal cosa, estos ofrecen hardware.. Por lo que me suena interesante.. La cosa es que, es esto superior al software de alguna manera? alguien ha usado o me indica un buen vpn para poder desbloquear acceso a paginas web como la que mencioné en un principio? La verdad me provoca adquirirlo a ver que tal va, pero si alguien me pudiese guiar un poco sería muchisimo mejor, porque sinceramente nunca he visto diferencia entre las vpn pagas a las gratuitas que te consigues por alli, quizá este por hardware si se vea mucho la diferencia.
  4. Hi Fraser, I am available Tuesday (14th/nov) after 4 pm, or Wednesday (15th/nov) all day. Thank you.
  5. I received my Netduma R1 router today and tried to set up exactly the way the manual guide says. But as I hook up the router with my Super Hub 2 and put it on Modem mode, the Download and Upload speed almost went to non-existence. I tried to dig in through all the forum thread about similar problems and none of them seem to be helpful at all. I tried the Optimal Setting Guide http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000023979-optimal-settings-guide , checked the firmware which is up-to-date (i.e. 1.03.6h), tried to reset all devices, called in the Virgin Media Broadband Support Team and confirmed there is no issue on the ISP side. Therefore, could anyone please help me with this issue? Below is the before and after Internet speed. Thank you in advance.
  6. Hi, I'm new to this and haven't ordered a netduma yet but have a few questions first. I use by infinity and have an open reach box with a wire that plugs into the router to provide the landline. Is there a port on the netduma for the landline to plug in. My other question is how do I set it up? Do I just plug it in or do I need another router. I basically just want to plug it in and get the landline in the router and be able to connect and not require a second router or anything like that. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Also, sorry if this is the wrong section of the forum as I only just signed up.
  7. I just bought a Netduma R1, The modem is expensive but is great at reduing lag as I am getting consistent sub-20ms connections in the game . How did this happen? Can anyone help me?
  8. Hi, How is everyone doing today? Since this off topic and or competition related I am hoping it is OK to post here. I was wondering what NETDUMA and really everyone in this forum thinks about the competition that is heating up in the gaming router business. First we have the Asus Rog Rapture Wireless-AC5300 tri-band gaming router. Seems to be built from the ground up with brand new UI as well for it. Not the standard Asus UI for the rest of their routers that they use. <<https://www.asus.com/us/Networking/ROG-Rapture-GT-AC5300/ Recently announced and slated to release next month is the Linksys WRT 32X Gaming router. Another router that seems to be built from the ground up with very similar UI as to NETDUMA. << https://www.multivu.com/players/English/7650553-linksys-wrt-32x-gaming-router/ These 2 routers to me same like NETDUMA truly seem to be built from the ground up for gaming from the hardware to software. What are you're thoughts on competition NETDUMA? What about the community what do you all think? Anyone here ever try out the ASUS ROG router? I would not mind to test the router but very pricey! Again this is specifically just for informative and fun discussion basis. I have NETDUMA R1 router and use it, I don't have anything against the NETDUMA or any other company. If discussion like this are not allowed especially in regards to competing companies please inform me. Thank You
  9. Vileself

    Neighbours Accessing My R1???

    Hey all, hoping someone can shed some light here. Every so often I log into my Netduma and in my device manager there are a bunch of unknown devices connected to my router. I block and delete these devices from the list each time but I would like to know how the heck they're connecting in the first place? A few minutes ago I just had to block and delete over a dozen random devices and I have no clue who they even belong to. My R1 is password protected. The serial number on the device is the password. I don't even talk to my neighbours or anyone in my neighbourhood for that matter so its perplexing to me that there would be so many random devices hooked up to it. Hope someone will have some answers, Thanks. Vile