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Not achieving expected speeds with R1 using CC


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How would I go about doing that ? I'm looking for solid instructions on settings but I don't see a topic relating to that, 



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I'm using Virgin Business Broadband (VOOM 350), I have tested with the virgin broadband router in both modem and router mode with the same result. So I've tested with a router in front of the R1. I'm not using IPv6 or PPPoE - these are disabled on the R1. Test results are as follows. Results obviously vary with repeated tests but they are usually around these figures.

 

Down/Up Cap   Ping   Down Mbps    Up Mbps

100%          12     386          18

99%           12     133          15

50%           12     120          12    



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I'm using Virgin Business Broadband (VOOM 350), I have tested with the virgin broadband router in both modem and router mode with the same result. So I've tested with a router in front of the R1. I'm not using IPv6 or PPPoE - these are disabled on the R1. Test results are as follows. Results obviously vary with repeated tests but they are usually around these figures.

 

Down/Up Cap   Ping   Down Mbps    Up Mbps

100%          12     386          18

99%           12     133          15

50%           12     120          12    

Im wondering why putting it behind another router would make a difference ? 

What I was thinking was that perhaps the R1 hardware could not handle accurate CC filtering at speeds above 250Mbs , and adding another 

router in front would offset some of the processing load off the R1 to the first router , and CC would accurately filter my speeds. 

 

Id like to get instructions from a netduma tech or guide to ensure that its setup properly. 



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All you need to do is do modem > router > R1, no need to change any settings on the router before the R1 and test using the same settings on the R1. I assume with super turbo mode that you also get your full speeds

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Was there a resolution to this. I also now have 250 down and 25 UP and at 100% I get about 300 down, but at 70-99 I get about 160 download. 



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Hi Weasel - you could try editing the total bandwidth speeds (put them higher than your 300mbps) and see if you can throttle it down to around 200mbps.

 

Either way, DumaOS on the R1 should solve this problem. We're working very hard to get this out asap for you guys.



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I have the same problem I can't seem to hit 350+ but I wait on the NetdumaOS! You can do it guys :D  ;)



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I tried everything, reset my ISP Modem, Factory Reset my ISP Modem, changed the cables between literally everything, reset the NetdumaR1, changed all the settings, nothing....

 

With my ISP Modem, I would download with 25/28 MB/S and with my first Netduma around 10 MB/S and with my new NetdumaR1 with only 6MB/S (slower than my Wifi speed) I couldn't handle it anymore! I mean even though true 6MB/S isn't even that slow, knowing you download with 28 MB/S by just using your ISP Modem was killing me. When I switched to my new NetdumaR1 I imported all the settings from the old one, and with that, I didn't completely start from fresh, right? So after trying literally everything I could only try one more thing, Factory resetting a brand new (but not untouched NetdumaR1), so I did. I waited and here comes the weird stuff: The NetdumaR1 (didn't make a beep, don't know if it has to on a factory reset), and even though the Wifi name changed Back to Netduma R1 all my devices automatically  connected to it, it also still held all my other settings, from the Deny and Allow list to my VPN settings, etc. I checked how fast my download speed was and it was still around 6 MB/S and I was starting to lose it a little bit! Then suddenly (after 4/5 minutes) without any warning my internet disconnected and heard the NetdumaR1 Reset beep, I waited and this time I wasn't automatically connecting to it, so I connected only my phone to it and my pc through (Lan), I started downloading something once again and poeffff 25 MB/S, G ..... G! It finally worked! I am scared to load in my old setting in the fear to .... everything up again. So I now slowly re-add or block servers and players to the Deny and Allow list and I keep the standard setting mostly intact, changing only what I have to!  

 

I have to say I never changed anything out of the ordinary and I am pretty much aware how to set the thing up where you are still able to use CC and achieve maximum speeds at the same time. 



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Very bizarre. Maybe there were some settings, e.g. PPoE, which were slowing it down. So hard to know in truth.

 

The Geo-Filter area has NO impact on bandwidth, so you should be totally fine configuring them.






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