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Early Alpha Preview Photo: The new & improved Network Monitor on DumaOS

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The shopping trolley icon is for you to buy Duma points and for a small fee, you'll get supply drop themes, cosmetic only, promise. :D

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Looks Beaut


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I like it, i would test but not sure about bricking it lol :P will it be more stable running on a tablet? i just want a quick way of turning host filtering off without turning laptop on :/ (Im lazy) i havent tried in a while mind but its the only thing that bugged me. Also forced cloud updates option would be nice?

 

Looks wicked guys :)



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I like it, i would test but not sure about bricking it lol :P will it be more stable running on a tablet? i just want a quick way of turning host filtering off without turning laptop on :/ (Im lazy) i havent tried in a while mind but its the only thing that bugged me. Also forced cloud updates option would be nice?
 
Looks wicked guys :)


I'll test it for you as I do not fear bricking a router with a firmware the Netduma developers are already using :)

I already use my R1 on my iPad Air 2 and Surface Pro 3.

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looks cool, been lurking for a long time i like the design.



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Looking slick guys, :)


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Awesome,  exactly what I was looking for to properly monitor bandwidth usage!


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Looks really clean, I'm hyped!

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Liking the layout and design but could you put names on the page column on the left. Not a fan of clicking on icons.

Maybe you could do different Themes, one with icons and one with words (names).


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Let it loose already,no more teasing got blue balls x 10... ;)



frustrated I just got a new NETDUMA, and I can't connect, how do I get the password for the Wi-Fi

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if you guys wanna be a tester more than likely the first versions could brick your router if you live out of the U.K in U.S or other north American countries you would have to buy another one that's why I don't really care about being a Canary I'll just happy wait and pressuring the Dev's ain't gonna bring it any closer ;) :)

 

I've been a tester for NetDuma since before we became #Canaries.  I have never bricked my router to the point it was FUBAR and even the lone time it did happen, it was easily resolved.  I have nothing but confidence in the code we will be getting and it will be even more awesome.

 

On Topic:  I said on Twitter that it looked sweet when we got the first images and it looks even better on a computer monitor.  Awesome work guys!  Can't wait.

 

As a side note and PUBLIC SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENT:

 

Iain/Fraser/guys - This is what a Fuzzy Clam #Canary would look like stalking the offices looking for access.  

 

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I'm just sayin'.....  :blink:


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Sexy as hell interface!



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not sure how much information you can share but here are two questions ;)

 

- will there be a theme or a lettering for the early adopter people?

 

- the new network monitor is awesome and i really like how you can see in-depth infos on the ussage, though i can also see potential problems there

eg someone in your household browsing porn sites or running torrent software, can you adjust the network monitor to not show them there or the contrary to fully block their useage to prevent illegal things?

 

also the following is rather unimportant but would be nice to have, the network snapshot has vertical lines to better estimate the bandwidth bars, wouldnt it be usefull to have the same lines but horizontal in the network monitor?

here an example:

 

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I like the idea to have some sort of parental controls.

Maybe something as simple as:

address=/porn.com/0.0.0.0 via DNSMasq for example?

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just an idea, that would be nice

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Um now that right there be too fucking perfect genius right there. How the hell do u get that? U jus posted annonymous.

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Asus routers interface is the best , very user friendly . lots of info



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Ah can't use that with Duma tho. Wish we did jus have access to geo filter or company would sell jus that software. Meh maybe one day. Really only part so far that's nice. Everything else is on dlink gaming router and Asus.
So far geo filter is next to worthless banning people since we don't know circle to graph. So we wait... See what's in store with this network thing

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Looks like Luke's getting more work done from his phone than Iain is getting done on his laptop....

 

What's up with that Iain?

 

Cheers guys, looking forward to the new OS.  Are we going to be able to decide what devices show up on that screen?



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Looks clean,

 

Although would like to see actual bandwidth usage by each device in full detail, not just guess work on a bar graph  :/

 

Would be cool to limit bandwidth to a device to the decimal too, one can hope.







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