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Netduma Fraser

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About Netduma Fraser

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  • DumaOS Routers Owned
    Netduma R1
    Netduma R2
    XR500

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    PC Gamer
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  • Favourite Genres
    Shooters
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  1. DumaOS Classified Games will prioritize it automatically so there is no need to manually select ports!
  2. Great to hear that, thanks for the update! I close this topic now as it is resolved, feel free to start another if needed and we'll be happy to help.
  3. Nous y travaillons en ce moment, la mise à jour R2 arrivera probablement en premier, mais nous pourrons ensuite l'obtenir sur le R1
  4. That's very odd, when was the last time you performed a factory reset? Did you perform one after upgrading to the firmware you're on now?
  5. The latest beta firmware is .120 released earlier this year, we're working on the next one currently. It doesn't use any different QoS algorithms. If Congestion Control is set to never then Traffic Prioritization will still work, if you disable QoS completely from the Congestion Control menu then it will disable all the features on the QoS page
  6. I don't think that's enough really to be causing it, are you using Armor?
  7. I haven't heard anything, I've chased them and will get back to you
  8. Okay thanks, that would be helpful! On the applicable devices iOS/Windows can you disable Random/Private MAC addresses and see if they're able to keep a connection?
  9. Thanks for that, your IP does seem to be changing quite a lot from what I can see, at least once a day from what I can see, even went to IPv6 at one point. I've sent you a PM.
  10. Seremos capaces de solucionarlo, estoy seguro, todavía no hemos solucionado demasiados problemas.
  11. Okay keep us posted and we can go from there
  12. In theory I suppose that could cause RAM to be used up when using the Geo - how many entries are we talking?
  13. Thanks for that, on the Network Settings page, go to WAN > DHCP then just click apply at the bottom of the page, after that you should have a connection. It just needs to re-establish that connection and it will be fine, there isn't anything specifically preventing it, a reboot should even do it again, sometimes the order matters so connecting modem to router, rebooting the modem, waiting 2 minutes or however long it takes to boot, then rebooting the router. We don't do live support like that unfortunately and we're also based in the UK so will be back in 12 hours - reboots should fix it even if it takes a few tries - now you've rebooted from the interface after changing settings they will be preserved it you choose to unplug to reboot.
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