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  1. 2 points
    Cool idea, but yeah unfortunately not supported yet as Newfie mentions.
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    Netduma Fraser


    Hey, welcome to the forum! The router purpose is to find the best connections not for finding games where you're playing against less skilled players
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    Netduma Liam

    Hybrid VPN is leaking real IP

    Ah OK nice, good work! We're actually working on a fix for this so that'll be resolved in the next firmware! You should be able to use any DNS server for the location you're VPNing too and that should work fine.
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    Not at all! It's a cool idea and I've just put it on our roadmap so you may see it added in future, but it's currently impossible to assign an ETA to that I'm afraid.
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    No I’m afraid that’s not support as far as I’m aware.
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    That's awesome, thanks for letting us know! We're also working on how accurately Connection Benchmark reports things like this so that will improve too.
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    I saw this forum, just scoping around, and I happened to notice something, and figured I should share this info. Your modem, Arris SBG10. It has what is called the 'Intel Puma 6' chip or chipset, and the chip is manufactured FAULTY. Literally, and somehow modems and routers alike are sold with this chip, unknowingly to the public. There are ongoing lawsuits about this, but they have either settled or are still ongoing, it is very difficult to sue Intel for the issue because they have so much money they can literally out-sue you by constantly buying themselves time so the average consumer runs out of funds or time to continue the battle, and doing a recall on probably the most sold chip in the market for modems is probably just out of the question, because that would massively challenge Intel's validity. Your best bet is to get a new modem, I hate to say it. You can google the list as well if you decide to search for one. These modems are fine for average day to day use, like netflix or just basic entertainment, which if thats all your needs are then your good. Unfortunately, even the rented gateways/modems can have this chip or DO have this chip. Be careful if you decide to shop around, and always check the list to see if the modem your looking at is on there. I had a friend who had bought an Arris modem as well and didn't realize this was causing him issues similar to yours. Good luck.
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    Device Showing as Offline

    Well, looking good so far! Amazing!
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    Netduma Fraser

    Geofencing multiple servers

    Hey, welcome to the forum! So in this instance the Geo-Filter won't necessarily prioritize ones closer, you'll have an equal chance of getting them - that being said it is harder to force games further away so you'll have long search times (the game likely won't want to put you in those servers) and your ping will be higher so it won't be a great experience.
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    Some more transparency on where they're at with fixing these issues would be greatly appreciated by all XR1000 owners in my opinion. The way we see it currently is that the XR1000 was a cheap money grab, with plenty of issues almost a year after launch and barely any updates to correct them. At the time I bought this router, Hybrid VPN was advertised as a feature on the product details of it, but when I received it, I had to go through the forum only to find out that it was removed because of NETGEAR's partnership with BitDefender - not good, nor ethical of them to do that. I'm considering on buying an R2 from you guys - the firmware and UI is decent and far better than that of other routers. But the experience I've had with this XR1000 has been terrible so far, and the future is looking stale for it at the moment.
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    Respectfully, we shouldn't have to be trying workarounds for months about bugs that you've already acknowledged. This is a high-end consumer product and it's being marketed like one, but the performance is subpar. It also has a watered-down feature-set due to NETGEAR's partnership with BitDefender, and for a "high-end" product that is disappointing... We've paid a good amount of money for something that we expect to work out of the box, and, at least in my case, ever since I've set it up (and after 5 or so factory resets too) devices do keep dropping connection which shouldn't ever happen on a product that is marketed has high-end. There's been no updates to the firmware in quite some time, and we keep being told that "things are being worked on" yet no real ETA on a firmware update and we're still waiting for one to fix a product we paid almost half a grand for.
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    @Netduma Fraser hey is there any way you can verify members on the forum to actual own a netduma? starting to get a lot of DM's from people that are brand new to the forum and do not even own a device with duma software And to the general public i feel a lot of us put in a lot of hard work time and money to get us where we are at so i will not be sharing any information with anyone who has not been a active member of this community, this includes all the new members signing up then directly DM'ing me. Not fair for the community that's been here for a long time. Hope you understand, thank you
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    Netduma Fraser

    Really Need Support...

    Sorry to hear that, we do hope you'll consider a DumaOS powered router again in the future.
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