Jump to content

Welcome to Netduma Forum
Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, manage your profile and so much more. If you already have an account, login here - otherwise create an account for free today!

Victor-Yout

Victor-Yout

Member Since 31 Dec 2015
Offline Last Active 17 hours ago
*****

#184189 Upnp and static ip

Posted by Netduma Fraser on 4 weeks ago

Yes but they're different routers/software so PPPoE on XR500 might be causing it. I'll raise it as a potential issue to Netgear as unable to test it myself. If anyone else could help test that would be much appreciated.




#183910 Upnp and static ip

Posted by Netduma Fraser on 4 weeks ago

Ahh I think I understand now. 

 

If you want to change the LAN IP of the router you do so in Settings > Setup > LAN Setup. Then once you've done that, you can add address reservations at the bottom of that same page which will be the static IP of devices.




#183870 R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

Posted by lllRL on 4 weeks ago

Do people really want a broken ass rushed update that could potentially have bugs that brick your device completely?
Is that the road people want to go down?

I'd rather get a product I know is going to work and perform 100%


It should take, at absolute most, a few more weeks. Nothing more as we have everything else working.


¯\_(ツ)_/¯


#183456 R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

Posted by ChriscomIT on 11 June 2018 - 04:24 PM

I don't disagree with anything you've said, Macca. What annoys me is some of these Oik's are blatantly calling Iain a liar. Insinuating, or flat-out saying, he's stuffing his mouth with Netgear gold and running for the hills.

 

IMHO, I think that's way outa line, and I'll call it when I see it.

 

(or until Z bans me  ;)  )

Tell us the truth then almighty as you seem to be. I call out liars (never said Ian is a liar btw just citing his twitter) if they make promises over and over (just a few more weeks, everything is ready just needs backward compatibility, just to name some, ridiculous) and can't stand ANY one of them.

And it's not outta way it's the damn actual situation we are facing which was developed by Netduma themselves. We just call it out!




#183234 DNS server

Posted by BIG__DOG on 08 June 2018 - 07:45 PM

Just so that you are aware incase you are not Victor............DNS has no impact or improvement to gaming, it is solely for web surffing.




#183099 Qos

Posted by pollutionblues on 07 June 2018 - 10:08 AM

I also believed that this is the case, but my speeds stay on 70%


Is the red light for indicating high priority traffic detected off when you test your speed? What device are you using to test the speed?


#183102 Xr500: portforwarding and upnp

Posted by Netduma Fraser on 07 June 2018 - 10:20 AM

You probably could, I think the XR500 is smart enough as it'll use some differing internal/external ports but I wouldn't recommend it. Give it a go, if its all good stick with it otherwise revert back.




#182739 R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

Posted by Bozo on 04 June 2018 - 09:08 AM

 

Hi Duma Army,
 
We need to announce that the free upgrade of our new software, DumaOS, for the Netduma R1 will need to be briefly delayed due to unexpected requirement from our Legal Team. Our lawyers have advised that DumaOS on the R1 must be backwards compatible.
 
In other words, if you install DumaOS onto the R1 you should always have the option to reinstall the older R1 firmware if you prefer to go back. We had not designed the DumaOS integration with the R1 to allow for this as DumaOS is superior. But based on legal advice we now must redo the integration to allow for this. It should take, at absolute most, a few more weeks. Nothing more as we have everything else working.
 
We realise you have been waiting patiently for this upgrade and this last-minute delay is frustrating. Our entire development team is working flat out to get this last bit fixed as soon as possible as we really want you all on DumaOS.
 
For what it's worth, we're as frustrated as you are as we can't wait to start making lots of new R-Apps (features) for you all. 
 
We will get this last piece done as soon as possible and then it will be full steam ahead in delivering an explosion of new DumaOS features for you all.
 
Thank you for your continued support.
 
The ND Team

 

 
Hi Luke/Fraser, 
 
 
Hoping we could get an update on when the DumaOS update is planned or is there a way I can set up a notification on arrival?
 
 
Manually checking is tiresome. 
 
 
Cheers,



#182454 Interleaving?

Posted by RedBull2k on 31 May 2018 - 07:24 PM

fast path= if you receive an error'd packet you will drop it.

interleave = if you receive an error'd packet it attempts to fix it. 

 

how each scenario would play out in a game would be interesting.




#182451 R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

Posted by Od1n on 31 May 2018 - 06:36 PM

I've given up on DumaOS for the R1 and have moved onto the Nighthawk XR500. With growing family needs, household wifi was in need of a serious upgrade, so it made sense to fork out for the better hardware whilst retaining the things I like most about Netduma.

 

However, the lack of information here is a serious problem and if there was a viable alternative, many of us would have made the move by now. It's closing in on 2 years since the DumaOS announcement and we've seen excuse after excuse as to why it remains vapourware for the R1. Tossing out a "briefly delayed" post on the eve of the due date was, in my view, the death rattle for the R1.

 

I hung around for the anti-spike and anti-jitter to complement anti-bufferbloat, but my patience has worn out and it's time to put the old R1 dog to bed. Hopefully they'll materialise on the XR500. If not, someone else will beat Netduma to the punch - it's the technology we're enamoured with, not the company.

 

I've been a Duma fanboy since I bought in as an early adopter and have sung its praises to anyone who will listen. I get that the Netgear relationship is the priority now, but it's a shame those who helped Netduma into this position are the ones being left behind.

 

At the very least, offer the Duma Army a discount to upgrade to the XR500 so they can leave the R1 in the past. The hardware is clearly not up to powering DumaOS, so let's all move on and give up this charade.

 

well said

 

think Netduma is, or at least was, in financial problems as otherwise you would never ever agree to a partnership with netgear but release your own new router

it just doesnt make sense, if you have patents and groundbreaking technology then you try to market those by your own

and if it was meant to be a pr stunt then i have to tell you that there are better ways to achieve more, pretty sure that 9 out of 10 netgear XR500 users are not aware that DumaOS is done by a company that also sells routers, not a single review or article i read mentioned this, "Netgear with their new DumaOS" was usually their wording

instead Netgear has now the last word on which features are Netgear-approved and which arent, i mean honestly, what is happening here?

yeah this is a common clause in partnerships but dont you realise you re now a contractor rather than a self controlled router company?

and that you will be dropped as soon as Netgears R&D managed to come up with something equal or potentially better?

 

anti-spike and anti-jitter are the only reasons im looking forward to the DumaOS, i could care less about the reskin and rearrangement of buttons

the DumaOS still hasnt hit the coal mine and we literally had no status update within weeks...

 

honestly Netduma staff, there are free courses on business development, ecommerce, marketing and anything else you need to know to change the course of your ship, the direction you are heading towards right now is absolutly the wrong one




#182441 R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

Posted by RiotControll on 31 May 2018 - 04:11 PM

So many ungrateful entitled nerds here

The update costs you NOTHING, you don't deserve to complain

 

LOL your logic is simply flawed. That's like your boss promises you a pay raise since 2 years, then he announces a certain date for the pay raise and before the pay raise he says it needs a  few more weeks and when you ask him about the pay raise he says that you already work for him. Only because the firmware is free doesn't mean that we can't complain. They promised us since 2 years that the firmware will be available soon.




#182448 R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

Posted by Sci0n on 31 May 2018 - 05:09 PM

So many ungrateful entitled nerds here

The update costs you NOTHING, you don't deserve to complain

 

Sorry people bought this product on the basis that the update would be out on it, otherwise they wouldnt of bought the R1.




#182427 R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

Posted by antithesis on 31 May 2018 - 10:33 AM

I've given up on DumaOS for the R1 and have moved onto the Nighthawk XR500. With growing family needs, household wifi was in need of a serious upgrade, so it made sense to fork out for the better hardware whilst retaining the things I like most about Netduma.

 

However, the lack of information here is a serious problem and if there was a viable alternative, many of us would have made the move by now. It's closing in on 2 years since the DumaOS announcement and we've seen excuse after excuse as to why it remains vapourware for the R1. Tossing out a "briefly delayed" post on the eve of the due date was, in my view, the death rattle for the R1.

 

I hung around for the anti-spike and anti-jitter to complement anti-bufferbloat, but my patience has worn out and it's time to put the old R1 dog to bed. Hopefully they'll materialise on the XR500. If not, someone else will beat Netduma to the punch - it's the technology we're enamoured with, not the company.

 

I've been a Duma fanboy since I bought in as an early adopter and have sung its praises to anyone who will listen. I get that the Netgear relationship is the priority now, but it's a shame those who helped Netduma into this position are the ones being left behind.

 

At the very least, offer the Duma Army a discount to upgrade to the XR500 so they can leave the R1 in the past. The hardware is clearly not up to powering DumaOS, so let's all move on and give up this charade.




#181983 R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

Posted by Caaarry on 24 May 2018 - 06:37 PM

I know the issues and the release of their nighthawk with netgear is why the DumaOS is delayed, but when we're promised a service over a year ago and it still hasn't happened without some sort of 'looking like it'll be done at such and such date' while we've all been told a few weeks at most 4 weeks ago, just gotta be wondering what's going on, when they first annouced DumaOS it was july 2016 

you'd think nearly 2 years later we'd have it by now. 




#181806 R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed

Posted by buddy love on 23 May 2018 - 10:03 AM

Even though what your saying is true, personally speaking , I'm hearing the same excuse as too why the update hasn't come to fruition. In fact most of these excuses have come from no one that actually employed by Netduma. 

 

At this point, I dont want to hear about how great it is that Netduma teamed up with Netgear. I dont own an XR500 and I'm never going to own one. 

So good for Netduma and Netgear, but I couldn't care less. The previous delays occurred before the integration, didn't it ? 

 

Lets face it, Netduma has not been accurate about statements concerning delivery time for DumsOS, so it seems like they are lying now.

How can you believe anything that comes from them at this point. 

 

I'm annoyed that the CEO hasn't followed up with an explanation as why we haven't seen the update. Its been more than a few weeks now. 

He owes everyone here that. It cant make matters worse than they are. IMO they ruined any credibility they had. If anything , it may save what little credibility that can get from me. 

 

It might be pointless to complain about it , I wont sit silently by either and allow this to occur without conveying my feelings redundantly.