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    Update Help

    Hi, welcome me to the forum. please see this thread:
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    It's a PC test, but it will give you an accurate measure of your connection to your consoles. I wouldn't ever run a test on a console since they lack the browser software necessary to give you an accurate result.
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    Ping Plotter Quick Guide

    Fraser has asked me to post a guide for PingPlotter, I will keep it simple like myself, here goes.. Download PingPlotter Here Type a close IP to your region I usually use twitter.com or .co.uk but as i write this both were connecting to the US as I am in the UK I have set the ping plot to bbc.co.uk. Typing bbc.co.uk into the target address bar leaving the interval at 2.5 then pressing enter on your keyboard or the go button. A congested line looks like this. You can see the ping in real time, the ping numbers are listed to the left of the plot. I achieved this by setting my congestion control sliders to 100% each so that the duma was not helping with local congestion thus saturating the line. If you have a ISP issue from say a Intel PUMA 6 based CPU in a modem or ISP congestion an BT line fault (US/World infrastructure alternative) or even a faulty Ethernet cable, RJ11 or faulty Master socket face plate your line may look like this even when you set your sliders lower. This is a line idle with minimal traffic being used that does not use a PUMA 6 based chipset or have any network issues. This is a line downloading a full width saturating the line but using the duma congestion control at 70% each way If you would like to post a bad result to the forum or save a plot to prove to your ISP there is an issue after ruling out your own network then press File and click on save image and this will give you an image of the GUI at that moment for you.
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    Buenas noches; Algun perfil recomendado para PROEVOLUTION SOCCER 2019? Gracias
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    A quick status update on the issue. I few days ago I replaced the brand new Arris TM1602 modem that I got from Spectrum/Charter last month since I’ve just found out that the Arris modem has that garbage Intel Puma6 chip. In its place I put an equivalent Netgear CM600 and now I’m running the .32 FW without any speed or MAC address issues; however, I still get WiFi devices disconnect on me for a few seconds when on the 2.4Ghz band. So the .32 FW issue might have been related to the Arris modem, even though it seems to run fine with the XR500 on the .22 FW version.
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    Sure I will provide a video later today. Thank you .
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    Perfil ProEvolution Soccer

    @Netduma Jack Thank you for considering PES as a future profile! Do you have some knowledge about Peer-to-Peer games? I would be interested in understanding it more. For example: On what facts is the game deciding which player is getting the server advantage? Is it the ping? Is it better when you are not the server to meet the other player with high speed or very low congestion caps? It’s kind of a black hole for me what is happening behind the scenes. On co-op games we discovered a single server located somewhere at the east coast of the USA.
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    Eesh, that sounds bad! I'd recommend making a separate post about this issue, we can try to get your R1 up and running again. You know it's been a long wait when routers start dying of old age before DumaOS comes out!
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    Netduma Jack

    Perfil ProEvolution Soccer

    I'm hopeful for this as well - I reckon profiles will be expanded on in future updates. We're trying to make everything as smooth as possible, and having every popular game listed as a profile will be one way to do that! Thanks for letting us know this is something you'd like to see.
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    Netduma Jack

    Netduma r1 resets itself

    Hi Eddy - not to worry, if it comes to it we could be able to replace your router if you're within warranty. Did you buy it less than a year ago? Either way lets try some last resort things. One thing to note is that this could well be your power adapter - it's more likely for the adapter to break than the router itself. If you wanted to buy a new adapter or see if any other adapters in your house match it, make 100% sure that the voltage and other stats listed on the power adapter match the one we provided with your Netduma R1. I can't stress that enough - if you use the wrong power adapter it could be a fire hazard. That being said, with your Netduma plugged in can you get onto the interface on a wired PC? If you connect Ethernet cables do the port lights come on?
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    Just to let those in the UK that wish to Pre-Order the XR700 in the UK Amazon are now taking Pre-Orders. Bit out of a lot of peoples price range but I found it's built-in plex server to be a god-send. £449.00. https://smile.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-XR700-100EUS-Nighthawk-Gaming-Router/dp/B07GZ138X8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1538199103&sr=8-1&keywords=XR700
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    Cheers for posting this link Big Dog - exciting times! The XR700 is definitely a pricey, hefty piece of kit. There's always someone out there who wants the best hardware no matter what though, I'm looking forward to seeing who grabs one
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    Netduma Jack

    Router completely turns off

    That's awesome, always nice to see a happy ending! Definitely keep an eye on it - we're always here if it plays up again. Cheers
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    Ok, thank you. Could now try and wire your PC into your modem directly and repeat the test. I think you may have a hardware issue so it would be good to know what happens on other hardware.
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    I been waiting for this for years and of course right before it releases my router pretty much craps out. The thing only puts out a signal for about 30 minutes.
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    Pubg servers

    Okay I will!!
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    Hello, I have tested the past week and have not had any disconnection / drops anymore. topic may be closed 😉
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    Perfil ProEvolution Soccer

    A Geo-Filter of 1000-2000km range is really not ok. It gives you too high ping opponents. Maximum is 750km.
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    Router completely turns off

    What's up guys thanks for the help! Yesterday I reset factory and it seems that the problem is resolved! It hasn't been acting up!! I'll keep an eye on it & let you know!
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    are there any gameplay advantages between an xr700 and r1? honest thoughts please?
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    Perfil ProEvolution Soccer

    It would be great if you guys could make a profile for pes 2019
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    Netduma Admin

    Perfil ProEvolution Soccer

    Usually a Geo-Filter around 1000km - 2000km from your home is perfect. Then make sure you apply the QoS settings to eliminate congestion. Our knowledge base can help you with this: XR500 QoS: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000077073-dumaos-optimal-settings-guide-qos-step-3- R1 QoS: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000026365-getting-started-with-congestion-control
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    Netduma Jack

    DSL reports is not accurate

    Hi - welcome to the forum! Let me clarify a few things here that could help. The Netduma is built to give you full control over all aspects of networking which affect gameplay. You made a fair point, which is that there are plenty of people here on the forum who experiment with new settings every day and never get the results they want. That's because of a few factors which are out of the Netduma's control: - If the connection of the opposing player is terrible, then your hit detection when shooting that player will be terrible due to lag compensation - If your line quality is bad, meaning you experience Ping Spikes / Jitter / Packet Loss, then no router can fix that issue. Replacing your modem, Ethernet cables or getting your ISP to take action are the only solutions to a bad line. - If your base ping is high (which is the ping from your ISP to your home address) then this will cause more lag in-game, and is also beyond the reach of all routers. So, taking these three points into consideration, many people get frustrated fiddling with bufferbloat and other elements and trying to control the uncontrollable. In reality, steps usually need to be taken to improve your line quality before you can truly start getting a great connection. That being said, the Netduma does allow you to control the most important elements of your online gaming: Distance to the server and local congestion. If you set DSLreports aside (as it doesn't give you a reading as accurately as Pingplotter) you'll find that Anti-flood works a treat in stabilising your connection. Depending on what game you're playing, the Geo-Filter will secure you the best connection possible. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll be happy to answer them I hope this helps!
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