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what are the stats like on fastpath, have you got any gaming done?


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It's basically plays the same now as before with bt
But I have a lot more bandwidth to play with now
So my bufferbloat tests are big improvement
Plus the family can stream,Facebook e.t.c.
One great tip I can give you is to have pingplotter running on a PC while you do a http://www.speedtest.netthen change congestion control until your ping stays in the green

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One great tip I can give you is to have pingplotter running on a PC while you do a http://www.speedtest.net then change congestion control until your ping stays in the green

 

That is a great tip, I'd would recommend over dslreports every time.

 

But 'green' is relative because you can set the parameters in the preferences for what ping is 'green' and I think by default it's up to 100ms (on the Mac version at least).

And spikes nearly reaching 100ms would obviously be no good if your base ping is really low, like 8ms.

 

What you want to do is set Ping Plotter running and then run a speedtest while your anti-flood is set at 100/100, then you will see how big the spikes can be without the anti-flood.

Then obviously adjust your sliders and run the speedtest again.

When you hit the point that the suppression is handling the buffer bloat spikes it will be obvious because they will be tiny compared to the unsuppressed ones from a minute before.


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idnet no longer offer the r1 in their hardware choices. thats a shame.


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idnet no longer offer the r1 in their hardware choices. thats a shame.

 

I believe its because of the issues it was having connecting via PPPoE. Everytime I restart my modem its a pain in the arse re-connecting. Takes forever. Hopefully the new update can sort this :)



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I believe its because of the issues it was having connecting via PPPoE. Everytime I restart my modem its a pain in the arse re-connecting. Takes forever. Hopefully the new update can sort this :)

 

What do you mean exactly?


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What do you mean exactly?

 

Fraser, sorry for the delayed response. I keep having issues connecting via PPPoE for some reason. Everytime I restart the netduma I lose connection completely. I have to go back to the WAN page and disable PPPoE, then reconnect by typing in the PPPoE username/password and applying settings. This doesnt always work sometimes, so i have to factory reset on occassions. Maybe its just me, and its working fine for other people.

 

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Never known that happen before and I use PPPoE,do you have cookies enabled?enter in your username and password into PPPoE then perform a reboot of the r1 via settings miscellaneous this will hard save your settings there and then

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Fraser, sorry for the delayed response. I keep having issues connecting via PPPoE for some reason. Everytime I restart the netduma I lose connection completely. I have to go back to the WAN page and disable PPPoE, then reconnect by typing in the PPPoE username/password and applying settings. This doesnt always work sometimes, so i have to factory reset on occassions. Maybe its just me, and its working fine for other people.

 

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Never known that happen before and I use PPPoE,do you have cookies enabled?enter in your username and password into PPPoE then perform a reboot of the r1 via settings miscellaneous this will hard save your settings there and then

 

Haven't heard of that happening, are you using the Google Chrome browser when applying your PPPoE settings? 

 

Try Ben's suggestions and see if that works.


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Knowledge Base - Main link to the Knowledge Base, for everything else please search here or on the forum. 

Current firmware version (1.03.6) - If you are on anything below this, follow the instructions carefully to upgrade.

 

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Haven't heard of that happening, are you using the Google Chrome browser when applying your PPPoE settings? 

 

Try Ben's suggestions and see if that works.

 

Yeah i do have cookies enabled, and the web browser I use is Safari. I'll to firefox and see if that makes a differance next time i re-boot.



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Yeah i do have cookies enabled, and the web browser I use is Safari. I'll to firefox and see if that makes a differance next time i re-boot.

 

That's probably the cause. Firefox or Chrome should work properly.


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Optimal Settings Guide - How to set up your Netduma R1 quickly with optimum settings. Includes: How to get your full speeds, opening your NAT & Geo-filter settings etc. 

FAQ - Includes: How to play with friends using the Geo-filter, I can't access the router control panel, Wifi keeps dropping out etc.

Knowledge Base - Main link to the Knowledge Base, for everything else please search here or on the forum. 

Current firmware version (1.03.6) - If you are on anything below this, follow the instructions carefully to upgrade.

 

Any other issues please make a new thread on the forum, thank you  :)

 

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