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faulko

faulko

Member Since 22 Dec 2014
Offline Last Active 13 hours ago
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In Topic: Assigning a static IP address to home devices

A day ago

I haven't seen the OS software to know but in the original R1 it in Settings>DHCP Lease. You can assign ip's to mac address's in there.

i cant imagine it would be all that different on the OS.


In Topic: Net drops out, any ideas?

5 days ago

Thanks Jack.

I never suspected the Duma but you never know these days.


In Topic: Net drops out, any ideas?

6 days ago

Thanks Fraser

Did the time thing as you suggested.

Spoke to a different person at my provider, he suggested its likely their wholesaler doing a "flush" or something to that effect. He admitted its overkill doing it daily but it could happen.
 

Anyways he was going to put through a work order to have someone look into it further.

So it seems nothing Duma related.


In Topic: Net drops out, any ideas?

A week ago

Ok so i had the PC with ping plotter running on the troubled connection port and as expected it dropped at 2am.

I was on the PS4 on another port on the fibre modem and it didn't drop out.


In Topic: Net drops out, any ideas?

A week ago

Its still dropping out.

The fibre has its own modem thing on the wall with 4 connections possible.

I use outlet 1 and it drops, another outlet is used by a different provider and i use that 1 for VoIP and it doesn't drop out.

When i trace i see the Duma at 1ms and that's all. 

My next step the RSP suggested was to only have a pc connected to it. And set up a new network on that pc. It will drop out in 1.5hrs so ill try that i assume. No idea why, not like i have the knowledge to see why its dropping out.

Ill be using ping plotter now and i will see what happens when i take the ethernet cable from the R1 straight into the wall outlet, then ill see what happens when it drops out.

Question thou, is it normal for ping plotter too say the R1 has alot of packet loss.