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Ok. I found the problem. For some reason it shows the ps4 to be connected via ethernet cable in the firewall settings of my isp router. I had the duma set to DMZ so i figured anything connected to it would also be in DMZ mode. Apparently, if I set the ps4 to DMZ it works even though it is connected to the duma. When I switch the ps4 to DMZ it kicks the duma out of DMZ which messes up my xbox one, so I port forwarded the ports on the duma for xbox and left the ps4 in DMZ and all works perfectly! Do you know why I cant put multiple computers on DMZ?
I'm a bit confused, can you clarify please?
Just because it's in your firewall settings doesn't necessarily mean it's connected to it currently.
Are you certain that you had the Netduma WAN IP from the device manager in the DMZ? If the PS4 is connected to the R1 it should not show up as a connected device on the ISP router. Have you turned off DHCP on the R1?
DMZ essentially routes all traffic on all ports to that device so you can't route all incoming traffic to two different devices that wouldn't make sense.
If everything is as you described then I definitely want to take a look in a 1 on 1 because something strange is happening.
C'est juste une déclaration. Il sera toujours là si vous êtes connecté derrière un routeur - de cette façon, vous pouvez accéder facilement à l'interface de ce routeur en cliquant simplement sur le bouton.
It is just a statement. It will always be there if you're connected behind a router - this way you can easily access that router's interface just by clicking the button.