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  1. 7 points
    Boga

    XR500 DDwrt Firmware

    over 6 months without a firmware update. no wonder people are looking for alternative firmware.
  2. 6 points
    Netduma Alex

    Hi everyone!

    Hello, I'm Alex, I just started working at Netduma. My main role is to deal with tech support across the forums, social media and so on. I'm also going to deal with community stuff in general, and i'm impressed so far that Netduma's community seems so dedicated. I'm amazed at all of the mods and incredibly helpful community members I've seen so far! I'd like to have community events and things that aren't soley related to tech support. Some information about myself: I'm a lifelong gamer, I was a Nintendo fanboy in my youth but have since diversified. I don't like to take sides in the console wars, or the pc vs console argument, but I suppose if pushed i'd say I prefer using a controller... Sorry! I like JRPGs, platformers, racing games... Currently very into looter shooters like Destiny 2 or The Division 2... Haven't really got into the whole battle royale thing yet but I get the feeling that I will do, given that people in our office play PUBG and CoD Blackout. Also having 100 people connected at once is such an interesting networking challenge, it's like the ultimate benchmark. Anyway i'll definitely see you around the forums, Thanks for reading, Alex
  3. 6 points
    Netduma Luke

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Nothing stopping us doing this - so it's good to know you'd be interested in a new router from us.
  4. 4 points
    bOOts

    After sales support

    Just want to say thank you Jack and Alex for the after sales support think Netduma R1 awesome kit actually kept me playing COD ty guys 👍🏻
  5. 4 points
    Netduma Fraser

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Alright guys, if you're going to have a discussion please do it elsewhere. This is a Q&A topic. If you have a question then please ask.
  6. 4 points
    If we had a colony on the moon, I'm certain that Activision would install a dedi on there and force everyone in the US to play on that, lol.
  7. 3 points
    Killhippie

    XR500 DDwrt Firmware

    Shame Voxel does not have a XR500 and the ability to update the really old code in the XR router line up. Who pays Hundreds for a XR300 (no Hybrid VPN) XR450, XR500 or XR700 to have modules from 13 years ago or even old versions of OpenSSL which is needed for OpenVPN (and I guess DumaOS's Hybrid VPN too, as it uses hardware acceleration on the XR500, but obviously I cannot be sure) for its 256-bit OpenSSL encryption. Anyway the XR500's OpenSSL version 1.02n is from December 2017, not exactly current or really that secure. I know I go on about this stuff, but it should be current, as Voxels and Merlins firmware versions are. If people with full time jobs like Voxel can compile the firmware with new packages, why cant a huge company like Netgear do it, or their partners 😒
  8. 3 points
    flexingjohn

    Had to be done!

    Finally changed my PSN Name. Duma Army!!!!!
  9. 3 points
    Netduma Alex

    Had to be done!

    Very nice! I'm thinking of maybe changing mine to Netduma_Alex... I could also change my Xbox gamertag... But what if I get fired?
  10. 3 points
    Kg21

    DNS WOULD NOT WORK

    Thank you for the replies that answer my question i thought i wasn't connected but now i see thanks Big-dod and Zennon.
  11. 3 points
    ColonicBoom

    PS5 first glimpse Rumours

    I can only see cloud-based gaming as a shitty gimmick for shitty games at the moment. With a lot of shitty lag.
  12. 3 points
    simjc

    PS5 first glimpse Rumours

    I am always going to game on local hardware for FPS games. I can see them pushing cloud gaming for those who want to buy cheap consoles (dumb devices) knowing that all the hardware upgrading is happening in the cloud, so you don't need to keep upgrading hardware. However, you are going to need a serious internet package, a decent ISP, and money to pay for the service. Long term costs are ouch for cloud based, until backbone and ISPs step-up, especially the larger common household ISPs.
  13. 3 points
    BIG__DOG

    PS5 first glimpse Rumours

    I have an excellent KD record on PS4, especially on BO3. However, the user experience, limitation of customization and the sheer lack of useful apps is the main reason why my ps4 is in the conservatory gathering dust and my xbox is now getting the love!
  14. 3 points
    Netduma Alex

    PS5 first glimpse Rumours

    Nah nah, what I mean is that the Xbox One (original) was underpowered and that's what held it back initially. It also means that any games that haven't been enhanced to work with Xbox One X are going to look kind of bad no matter what. In my experience I mostly meet Europeans on PlayStation and Americans on Xbox. Don't know why... Lots of military guys like Xbox. I prefer Xbox Live and I prefer the achievements system to trophies, plus what kind of company takes 12 years to figure out how to let you change your username?
  15. 3 points
    Netduma Jonathan

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Hi everyone, first time posting. I'll be answering some questions as well in the future but am currently working on new features. Hope to get them to you soon.
  16. 3 points
    TurboFreak

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Hi, I have the XR500 with DumaOS and just love it, their is one thing I kinda miss that my old router had (Asus RT-AC87U) is an scheduler for rebooting. Could be something like this above where you easy can enable it ans choose when and what time to reboot.
  17. 3 points
    Fuzy

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Or simply forget netgear and create a R2 as evoked upstream ... more powerful, more evolved, with the latest software and hardware functionality and a regular update monitoring in agreement with the community. Personally, I would be ready to put the price if such a project was born.
  18. 3 points
  19. 3 points
    Killhippie

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Are any of the devs going to push Netgear to update their code, so we are not running outdated versions opf OpeneSSL with possible vulnerabilities or minupnd which is still version 1.0 and is over a decade old! I ask about the low lying code on Netgears side because in this day and age being safe online is important the more IoT devices we have. etc As of now now the version of OpenSSL is from December 2017 1.0.2n I believe, and miniupnd is over decade old. There are so many packages Netgear dont update that third party firmware devs like Voxel (he can be found on the smallnetbuilder forum) he does a fork for the R7800 and R9000 using Netgears code with tweaks and updated packages to help with security and performance and general reliability Netgear filter ICMP for IPV6 which isn't helpful, most other router manufacturers don't, so this leads me to when will DumaOS actually support IPv6 and will you try and get Netgear to stop filtering ICMP? More ISP's are using IPv6 now (mine, which is IDNet have used it for years) and it would be good if DumaOS was compatible with what is really the future of internet routing. Also anything in the works for a solution like Asus AiProtection. I know Netgear have Bitdefender Armour (I can't see that coming to the XR500 and its brethren) but DumaOS could have something similar baked in possibly or would put you at odds with Netgear? Any chance of a guide or a semi automated QoS because hell I have no idea what my printer or Zeppelin wireless speaker should be using bandwidth wise and I don't want to spend hours tweaking it tbh, they certainly don't need an equal share of what's left after antibufferbloat takes its percentage,. so maybe a high, medium or low initial setting for certain devices could be given at set up and of course have it user configurable for those that want to tweak further, rather like the defunct Qualcomm streamboost and better seen in Cake or FQ-CoDel. I know Cake is more CPU intensive so maybe not great to run on older hardware, but something like cake would be really helpful to many I'm sure. We also need more device classifications please, that was also promised but never materialised. and will we get WOL on these routers? I know they are gaming routers but some thought needs to be put into the fact they will be used as the households main router, so streaming, NAS functionality etc all need to be looked into and improved, I would love to be able to prioritise devices that use a lot of bandwidth for streaming as well as the small amount for gaming. Also maybe a theme that isn't red, the Asus colour scheme is clear and concise, so something similar would be great. Red looks snazzy for a gaming router which I imagine was part of the thought process behind the colour scheme of both the R1 and later DumaOS Netgear devices, but damn its hard on the eyes at times, and not great for colour-blind people I imagine.
  20. 3 points
    Zennon

    Host Question?

    You should be the party leader if you are geo filtering.
  21. 3 points
    Zippy

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Netduma Luke Id be in full on if you guys had something new on your end only!! R2 or whatever you would call it! Id be first in line! Zippy.
  22. 3 points
    How many retweets do we need to hit....for this to happen?
  23. 2 points
    Netduma Alex

    Connecting to Denied Servers

    We have tested on an R1 in the office and we found that the allow and deny functionality was working exactly as expected. Could you please provide a screenshot or video recording of what happens on the netduma interface as you connect to apex legends?
  24. 2 points
    Attackerman

    Connecting to Denied Servers

    Dope 👌 I hope you guys find the issue. Good Luck!
  25. 2 points
    Totally understand your frustration, there is lots of work for the developers to undertake and there will be some issues that have to be taken care of first before issues like this can be looked into properly. Now that more people are experiencing the issue it is my hope that this gets escalated higher than other issues.
  26. 2 points
    Netduma Alex

    Had to be done!

    Very nice! I might make a DumaArmy Community on PlayStation. I guess since I work for them it could be considered "official"
  27. 2 points
    progprogprog

    Recommend

    Heres a good one if your on android I use this daily and can also plug my usb c to ethernet adapter in for accuracy https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.techet.netanalyzer.an
  28. 2 points
    good feedback for me finding the names thank you for that...on my blink module, i have an old model and gave the option to plug direct to the router...that was the problem, i unplugged and used the wireless option and it worked...i know WEIRD but it works now...
  29. 2 points
    mackseward

    Help! WiFi problems.

    I'm at work right now. But will try it when I get home.
  30. 2 points
    pollutionblues

    Dos Attack?

    It’s nothing to worry about, these logs are perfectly normal. The logs are only for the developers and they are often misunderstood.
  31. 2 points
    BIG__DOG

    Moderate Nat Black Ops4

    turn console off, disable upnp in xr500 menu and apply then power off XR500 and unplug from power for 2 minutes. Then, plug the power back into XR500 and reboot. Wait 2 minutes and re-enable upnp and apply then reboot console and you should have open nat. Try this step and if this does not work I shall send you a port forwarding guide.
  32. 2 points
    flexingjohn

    DHCP option 60 & 61 feature?

    Thankyou for the help tho
  33. 2 points
    Zennon

    PS5 first glimpse Rumours

    From MS When you set your console resolution to 4K UHD, everything on the console—Home, games, and apps—will display at 4K. On Xbox One X, 4K content is displayed in its native 4K resolution, and other content (like games encoded for 1080p) is upscaled to 4K. https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/console/4k-on-xbox-one So Nah old titles look good no matter what
  34. 2 points
    ViciousSavag3

    Recommend

    Sounds good all I needed to know.. and no I dont use it for gaming just general..Thank you💯
  35. 2 points
    yea, gonna screenshot it late tonight when i get back.
  36. 2 points
    Don't care what 'stability' fixes they reckon they made, nothing has changed.
  37. 2 points
    So it's been almost a week now and I've yet to have a single drop out issue since updating, will continue to monitor but so far so good. Thanks!
  38. 2 points
    Alix

    DHCP

    Hi thanks for reply I have sorted it now all is working thanks
  39. 2 points
    Hi. I have deleted you recent post as it is exactly the same content as this 1 and you should only post in 1v1 support thread when asked to do so by Netduma directly. Please do not create multiple threads for the same issue as it's harder to follow and help resolve your issue as frustrating as it is for you. I am locking this thread as please concerntrate on the 1 you have already posted and that Netduma are already helping you with, thank's!
  40. 2 points
    SM961

    R2 as a second router

    Fraser and Big Dog, thank you for all the help.
  41. 2 points
    Thank you admin, I'll get started when I get in from work tonight.
  42. 2 points
  43. 2 points
    Yeah would agree and say this is down to VM. Also a tip, if you get an engineer out again remove the XR500 before they arrive as if they see you're using it they will most likely blame that
  44. 2 points
    Zennon

    Lag spikes PLEASE HELP HUB 3 XR500

    If next door has this issue then it has to be either an issue with the cables to / in the Virgin cabinet or somewhere from their backbone to the cabinet.
  45. 2 points
    Netduma Admin

    Xr500 firmware updates

    Will PM it to you - it just contains a hotfix so it's the same as .40, but with an adjustment that might stop those small % of people having dropouts. OK, will send it now OK, will send it now OK, will send it now OK, will send it now It just contains a hotfix so it's the same as .40, but with an adjustment that might stop those small % of people having dropouts.
  46. 2 points
    Netduma Casey

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    We could add a ping plotter/ping route R-App, it could be useful to see what parts of your packet's trip are causing lag. We could look into adding a third 'spectate' type to allow/deny enable watching server without impacting the rest of the geofilter, or adding another panel which hosts a list of servers that it pings. Thanks for the suggestion. VLan is definitely a useful feature, we plan on adding it in a later version. We are definitely interested in expanding the appeal that our routers have. Parental controls would be a nice addition to DumaOS, it could have features like periods of time devices can access the internet. I'm not sure I understand what you mean by not supporting a Nintendo Switch, you can configure your Nintendo Switch devices in the device manager and the R1 allows full port forwarding from 1 - 65535 on both protocols. We don't currently have DMZ in our R1 firmware but we do plan to add it in a later version.
  47. 2 points
    Netduma Jack

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Just to pitch in on this since I'll be working with Josh on themes - we'll absolutely be taking colour blindness and other sight factors into account with many of the themes. We'll do the proper research into this area and make sure folks like yourself are able to give us feedback before we release them
  48. 2 points
    Zennon

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Maybe not but you are an integral part of the the Netduma machine and an asset :)
  49. 2 points
    sabarblade

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Could DumaOS have some sort of Ping Plotter built in? If so that would be great! Also could we have some sort of game server status to check if servers are online or offline?
  50. 2 points
    sharpz44

    DumaOS Developer Q&A

    Is there any plans for a Duma only router (R2) or is this not allowed due to conflicting interest due to partnership with Netgear, reason I ask is because fimwares could be released faster than currently
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