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    Hornet reacted to N3CR0 in 24 Streak CoD Cold War Alpha Gameplay   
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    Hornet got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in XR700 Keeps Disconnecting.   
    yes the router just reboots, so far its holding out! no drops whilst streaming the windows install may of fixed the problem! will keep an update over the next couple of days
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    Hornet reacted to sharpz44 in XR700 Firmware Version 1.0.1.20 Released   
    Just got one brand New of Ebay for £260...cheapest I`ve ever seen it
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    Hornet got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in XR700 Firmware Version 1.0.1.20 Released   
    i have the XR700 and what DHCP issues? i have no problems with mine. its one powerful router.
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    Hornet got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in XR700 Firmware Version 1.0.1.20 Released   
    WiFi is amazing. everything for me is on 5GHz Network, cheapest i fount new was from Scan Website. 
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    Hornet reacted to Netduma Alex in Welcome R2 owners! We want your feedback!   
    Hello, congratulations and thank you to all of the new R2 owners!
    I'm making this thread because we'd like everybody's honest opinions on the product. The cool thing about the R2 is that it's the same unit that our developers use to develop on, so if you find any bugs or have any issues, we should be able to respond quickly to that feedback in new firmwares. I can report any issues straight to the developers and get an answer very quickly about how feasible an update is.
    Because DumaOS is developed using Netduma R2's, you should expect cutting edge updates and new features to come to the R2 before other platforms. Keep an eye on this forum for our latest firmwares, because the R2 doesn't currently have an auto-update function for firmwares.
    However we CAN send out automated updates for the Geo-Filter map, the Ping Heatmap lists, the Device Types, the Traffic Priorization profiles and the Adblocker lists. In future we'll add the ability to update features through the rapp store!
    Anyway that was a tangent, let us know what you think, and thanks again for supporting Netduma!
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    Hornet reacted to Netduma Admin in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Netduma R2 is here   
    Hi Everyone - the Netduma R2 has arrived:

    The R2 has been built for DumaOS 3.0 from day one and is available for pre-order now, including a launch discount for early orders. As our latest in-house router, we will be able to deploy the next wave of DumaOS features to the R2 first.
    The R2 will officially ship from August 6th.
    https://www.netduma.com/order/netduma-r2/
    From all of us at Netduma, thank you for your continued support over the years. Without you, none of this would be possible.
    Finally - to the R2 beta testers. THANK YOU.
    The ND Team
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    Hornet reacted to Netduma Luke in ANNOUNCEMENT: DUMAOS 3.0 IS HERE   
    Hi Everyone,
    Today we are delighted to announce that signups for the DumaOS 3.0 beta are now open - this will be gradually rolled out to everyone who signs up, over time.
    This is a big step. It means that after many months of hard work, we are now ready for you guys to begin testing 3.0 on your DumaOS powered routers.
    What is in DumaOS 3.0?
    It’s named 3.0 for a reason. It marks the next generation of DumaOS, our router operating system. Not only will 3.0 come with a whole bunch of new features for your router, we have also overhauled a tonne of things under the hood which will make it far easier for us to get new features to you in the future.
    So far, we have announced four of the eight major features coming in 3.0. You can read more about each of them here:
    Geo-Fencing: draw multiple Geo-Filters of any shape around your favourite server banks Application QoS: prioritize the traffic that matters the most to you by allocating bandwidth by application type e.g. gaming, streaming etc. Connection Benchmark: run a pure test of your Internet line to find out how stable your ping is and if you are getting your full bandwidth speeds Traffic Controller: block any applications, ports or devices from accessing the Internet. Feature 5: Announcing Soon Feature 6: Announcing Soon Feature 7: Announcing Soon Feature 8: Announcing Soon Further feature reveals will be posted on our blog here: https://netduma.com/blog/


    How do I Signup?
    Netduma R1 owners - go here: https://netduma.com/dumaos-3-0-signup-for-netduma-r1/
    Nighthawk Pro Gaming users (XR300, XR450, XR500, XR700) - go here: http://www.netgearinnovation.com/dumaos-beta/index.html
    When will I get the beta?
    When making a major software update like 3.0, it's normal for things to not be perfect at the start. So as much as we would love each and every one of you to get your hands on 3.0 right now, it would be risky for us to do it in one go.
    Instead we will be phasing the roll-out, starting off with a small number of testers. Once things are looking good, we will add some more, then more, gradually increasing until everyone who has signed up has received the upgrade.
    When we are ready for you to join the beta you will get an email into your inbox with instructions on how to join. Please be patient - we will email you when we are ready.
    Finally...
    We want to thank you for your support and patience during the development of 3.0. We are very aware that it has taken time. But it really has been worth it. It has allowed us to take DumaOS to the next level. Work is already underway on 3.1 and we're working on some seriously big features that will give you even more control over your lag and your network.
    We hope you have fun testing 3.0.
    The ND Team
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    Hornet got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in XR500 vs R1 Pingplotter.   
    yes i will do and yes wired.
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    Hornet reacted to N3CR0 in XR500 vs R1 Pingplotter.   
    Not that I really trust the site but I've always got A+ on DSLReports with my R1, old firmware and DumaOS whereas I never got close when using my XR500.
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    Hornet got a reaction from N3CR0 in XR500 vs R1 Pingplotter.   
    R1 is using the DumaOS, i just feel like the R1 is better at at handling the QoS which is strange as its not as powerful as the XR500
     
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    Hornet got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Option 61 (MER) and XR300 compatibility   
    more than welcome mate. if any problems let me know. and i'll screenshot my setup pages for you.  
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    Hornet got a reaction from sharpz44 in Option 61 (MER) and XR300 compatibility   
    also my guide is here https://forum.openwrt.org/t/sky-and-dhcp-60-61/39917/13
    For me what i did is download wireshark and install.
    run wireshark and turn off the sky router and boot back up and you should see the sky Credentials with some searching. Write this password down and save it as you need use it to produce HEX Key found here http://string-functions.com/string-hex.aspx 3 once that is done. copy that and save it.
    on my DM200 with open-wrt installed
    Log on to the web interface (default ip 192.168.1.1), you may be asked to set a password
    Navigate to the "network" tab
    Click on the edit button for the wan connection
    2.4) Make sure the protocol is set to DHCP Client (click Save and Apply if any changes are made)
    Navigate to the "Advanced Options" tab
    Add the final key you generated into the Client ID field Thats the HEX Key
    Add 6.14.1aN_UNI|PCBAFAST2504Nv1.0 to the Vendor Class field
    Click "Save and Apply"
    On the WAN Page go to physical setting and add this in the interface drop down box "dsl0.101" save and apply
    and all done i had internet.
     
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    Hornet got a reaction from Squizz in Option 61 (MER) and XR300 compatibility   
    more than welcome mate. if any problems let me know. and i'll screenshot my setup pages for you.  
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    Hornet reacted to Squizz in Option 61 (MER) and XR300 compatibility   
    Thanks alot for this mate really appreciate all the info it's really helpful. I somehow missed the notification of your response but I'll have a look into this for certain. Thanks again.
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    Hornet got a reaction from Squizz in Option 61 (MER) and XR300 compatibility   
    im on sky atm. i bought the netgear DM200 and installed openwrt on that and used wireshark to put my sky creds in and the xr300 just connects perfectly as you are running your normal sky hub. 
     
     
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    Hornet got a reaction from Squizz in Option 61 (MER) and XR300 compatibility   
    also my guide is here https://forum.openwrt.org/t/sky-and-dhcp-60-61/39917/13
    For me what i did is download wireshark and install.
    run wireshark and turn off the sky router and boot back up and you should see the sky Credentials with some searching. Write this password down and save it as you need use it to produce HEX Key found here http://string-functions.com/string-hex.aspx 3 once that is done. copy that and save it.
    on my DM200 with open-wrt installed
    Log on to the web interface (default ip 192.168.1.1), you may be asked to set a password
    Navigate to the "network" tab
    Click on the edit button for the wan connection
    2.4) Make sure the protocol is set to DHCP Client (click Save and Apply if any changes are made)
    Navigate to the "Advanced Options" tab
    Add the final key you generated into the Client ID field Thats the HEX Key
    Add 6.14.1aN_UNI|PCBAFAST2504Nv1.0 to the Vendor Class field
    Click "Save and Apply"
    On the WAN Page go to physical setting and add this in the interface drop down box "dsl0.101" save and apply
    and all done i had internet.
     
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    Hornet reacted to progprogprog in Sky and Open WRT   
    Hi guys
    I use a bt homehub 5 with openwrt installed
    Here is the easiest way to do dmz
     
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    Hornet reacted to Netduma Fraser in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Future of DumaOS: Version 3.0   
    If you use PPPoE creds in the R1 it won't get full speed so I wouldn't recommend it. If you use another router to handle the PPPoE creds then the R1 should perform fine. It may be the case when they come to look at PPPoE more closely they're able to improve speeds with it but I want to manage expectations on that front.
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    Hornet reacted to Netduma Alex in PS4 7.0 Party Chat Problem Solved   
    Won't be uploaded until tomorrow morning now. Made some last minute changes that should improve matters.
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    Hornet reacted to Netduma Alex in PS4 7.0 Party Chat Problem Solved   
    It was recently brought to our attention that the Geo-Filter had started blocking party chat after the release of PS4 System Software version 7.0.
    Luckily we've found the source of the problem and we'll be doing a cloud update later today that should sort it out. I'll post an update to this thread once it's been uploaded.
    After the upload is done, you can load the changes to your Geo-Filter by pressing FLUSH CLOUD.
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    Hornet got a reaction from migueltaveras6 in XR500 upload bufferbloat.   
    ive never had a cripsy connection like this.......the R1 is amazing!!!


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    Hornet got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Sky and Open WRT   
    was a pain. but now glad i have full control over my network. 
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    Hornet got a reaction from Netduma Alex in Sky and Open WRT   
    we have done it guys!! open WRT on the DM200 with the XR300 in the DMZ and we have open NAT!! F You Sky!!! 

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