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Member Since 16 Apr 2015
Offline Last Active 19 hours ago

While we wait for DUMAOS Show us your gaming setups...

A week ago

While we patiently wait for dumaos Show us your gaming setups, office setups, doesn't matter what you have one monitor, or three.

here's mine.


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NEW Bug Found, for themes

2 weeks ago

I stumbled across a minor bug that could be fixed for DumaOS, if you guys haven't found this bug yet, is when I change the router IP Number "88" to like "1" or whatever number, it switches the theme to Netduma V2 and can't switch it back to Default, no matter what I do, just tried it on Google Chrome, just a visual BUG nothing serious. 

ISP Cable Pingplot test from laptop to modem

24 March 2017 - 06:54 AM

I just did a pingplotter test and cmd - www.twitter.com ping test I think it's time for a new ISP ran into jitter, latency, and ping spikes, no packet loss on both tests what do you think of the test just looking at it, do you think it could just be the modem - Arris CM820 isp supplied modem, or the line it's self





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21 March 2017 - 01:29 AM

I have a question that may not matter either way about IPV6 enabled, or disabled, my ISP in Clovis New Mexico "SUDDENLINK COMMUNICATIONS" uses IPV6 for their ISP modems Arris CM820 and nodes, my question is would it help to leave IPV6 enabled on the netduma? would it help gameplay or no? my thought on it it could possibly be true the CoD dedis don't use IPV6 most ISP's don't for that matter.


19 March 2017 - 05:41 AM

so if any of you haven't figured out why on DSL report speed tests are inaccurate most of the time, is because of nearest server location isn't being pinged, like for instance I live in New Mexico USA closest to the state line of Texas, so I did a little bit of tinkering, with dslreports picking the servers closet to me Like Houston, Dallas, Austin etc... and adding my home location, would suggest anyone else to give it a try, I don't know if it could always be accurate though with the setting change, when I found the right CC settings and results from DSLreports, Infinite warfare felt more smooth, which Dsl reports gave me idle of 60ms and download, and upload, because of peak hours and, family using wifi at the moment



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