Had this router for quite a while now and I can say that when the router works the games are nice and clean. Unfortunately, the router is very unstable. If you play Destiny (with Destiny profile, Strict mode off, Home set to central Europe, 1200KM distance, and cloud settings enabled) then in my experience I get about 3-6 games without errors followed by 1-2 games where I get kicked from the game (or returned to lobby just before the game starts). If you play Trails then forget it. There is no way (or rare) that the router will hold out for 7 continuous matches. I know, I've been beavered enough with my team mates screaming at me to turn off the router. I've read loads of forums where Netduma state that these errors are due to incorrect settings but I don't think so. You just can't mess with the Bungie connection - Beavered!. Even then, if the router is set up to allow laggy games (what's the point of the router) how do you get past the padlocks inside the distance set? Answer = Beavered!
- Once a game has started, commit to the game. Don't send me to orbit half way because the game has started to lag
- Is there no way to automatically report padlocked hosts outside the distance set? Why are you asking for users to send you the padlock IDs? Give me an option to report and ignore padlocked hosts.
- What is the point of Strict mode (at least with the Destiny profile set) if you are telling people to disable it all the time?
- When I start my browser and go to the router why does it not save my previous session? It's annoying to un-check the legend and zoom into my home location every time.
- For some reason the browser lags when opened for some time (and often crashes). Even had out of memory once.
- Mobile app?
All in all I do like the router but it's not stable enough for competition type gaming (firmware update seriously needed). It is really good for normal crucible (even Iron Banner struggles) if you don't mind crashing out of the game regularly then it's great.