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BIG__DOG

BIG__DOG

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In Topic: best vdsl modem ??????

4 hours ago

Oh I apologise. I don't hear of many users of VDSL outside of the UK for some reason. Australia maybe? I'm not sure if it's the same setup over there with regards to cabinets or "nodes" but the TP Link or Draytek should still be good options. I like my TP Link simply because it can be used as an all in one if you need it, but it can be put into bridge mode easily for use behind the R1.

 

Jettman is not from the UK guy's.

Yeah, that's why I suggested the draytek vigor 130 as an option as draytek have a large operation out in Australia.


In Topic: Nat Filtering

18 hours ago

upnp should work, however you you could manually port forward for those ps4's. you would have to use 3074 3075 and 3076 as those 3 ps4's cannot use the default 3074 as only 1 can. upnp may not be opening up all the needed ports.


In Topic: Nat Filtering

19 hours ago

changing to open means you are virtually opening up your router ports and making the router more vulnerable. How many ps4's do you have?


In Topic: XR500 Issue

19 hours ago

are you accessing wired or wireless and what address are you using?   192.168.1.1 or routerlogin.com?


In Topic: DoS by my configured DNS servers??

19 hours ago

MTU sizes are normally 1492 which is the usual standard for VDSL however some ISP's use 1500 (mine which is talktalk). You could try lowering it to 1492 but you should do your homework as to what sky uses either by rummaging through their forum, or google it. As I said though it could be down to ipv6 issues.