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Hello! I have some questions about my Netduma when I get it..


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I want to get off to a good start once I get my NetDuma (which will be tomorrow).  My plan is as follows:

 

Current Setup:

 

Region: TX- USA

ISP:  AT&T Fiber 1Gb down/up

Equipment: AT&T modem, Netgear GS108E switch, Netgear Orbi router

 

 

The Plan:

 

Wired to Netduma - PC, XB1, Switch (rest of hardwired devices), Orbi as AP 

 

I mainly play Black Ops 3 and IW on XB1.  I realize more info will probably be needed...  Is there anything else I need to have (as far as info) right now?  What settings or profiles would work best for me?

 

Thanks!

 

 



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I want to get off to a good start once I get my NetDuma (which will be tomorrow).  My plan is as follows:

 

Current Setup:

 

Region: TX- USA

ISP:  AT&T Fiber 1Gb down/up

Equipment: AT&T modem, Netgear GS108E switch, Netgear Orbi router

 

 

The Plan:

 

Wired to Netduma - PC, XB1, Switch (rest of hardwired devices), Orbi as AP 

 

I mainly play Black Ops 3 and IW on XB1.  I realize more info will probably be needed...  Is there anything else I need to have (as far as info) right now?  What settings or profiles would work best for me?

 

Thanks!

 

With gigabit internet it disables congestion control so the only feature you would be using is the geo-filter. Also I assume the AT&T modem has a built in router. You will have to put that into bridge mode or add the Netduma to it's DMZ or you will have NAT problems being behind 2 routers.


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I want to get off to a good start once I get my NetDuma (which will be tomorrow).  My plan is as follows:

 

Current Setup:

 

Region: TX- USA

ISP:  AT&T Fiber 1Gb down/up

Equipment: AT&T modem, Netgear GS108E switch, Netgear Orbi router

 

 

The Plan:

 

Wired to Netduma - PC, XB1, Switch (rest of hardwired devices), Orbi as AP 

 

I mainly play Black Ops 3 and IW on XB1.  I realize more info will probably be needed...  Is there anything else I need to have (as far as info) right now?  What settings or profiles would work best for me?

 

Thanks!

 

Hi, welcome to the forum! The advice above is great so I would just re-iterate that. Please let us know if you have any questions :)


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

 

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Sorry I failed to mention that the AT&T modem is already setup for bridge mode.  The A&T modems do not actually have a true bridge mode but I have an equivalent configuration.



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Sorry I failed to mention that the AT&T modem is already setup for bridge mode.  The A&T modems do not actually have a true bridge mode but I have an equivalent configuration.

Gotta love AT&T's pass thru mode... ;)

 

And welcome to the forums.



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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