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Netduma Fraser

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  1. I can do weekends yes if that works better. How about midday Saturday which is 5pm for me?
  2. We could not access your router. Please ensure the R1 WAN IP is in the DMZ of your ISP hub. UPnP & Port forwarding is disabled on your ISP hub and that remote access is ticked on the R1 in settings > miscellaneous. We could not access your router. Please ensure the R1 WAN IP is in the DMZ of your ISP hub. UPnP & Port forwarding is disabled on your ISP hub and that remote access is ticked on the R1 in settings > miscellaneous. You're good to go. Please do not reboot before upgrading.
  3. That is midnight for me. Is there any other times you would be available?
  4. I would agree with Colonic, change on ISP hub and leave R1 as automatic.
  5. It is quite possible you require PPPoE authentication, in which case you will need to input this information into WAN settings on the router. Then you should be able to do modem > R1. Otherwise rebooting from R1 miscellaneous should result in a connection. If modem > R1 then just make sure you use UPnP OR port forwarding on the R1, not both & disable UPnP forwarding in miscellaneous settings. If modem > router > R1 then have the same settings for the R1 and put the R1 WAN IP found in device manager in the DMZ section of the other router. Disable UPnP and any port forwarding on that router as well. As there is just two of you & it is P2P there is no host per se. There is no networking reason the Netduma would make you be the away team more often than not.
  6. Have two consoles open at the same time is tricky. However, if you look at the network settings for both consoles they should say NAT Type 2 which is open. I believe the CoD reading to be inaccurate. It does sound like you need to add the other console to the allow list if it pops up: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000022357--with-the-geo-filter-how-do-i-play-with-friends- We will see what we can do with UPnP in DumaOS to see if there is anything we can do. At the very least port forwarding should allow you to specify external & internal ports which will help.
  7. Please make your own thread with the screenshots asked for here: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000022425-lag-support-instructions-to-post-on-the-forum- How to take & upload screenshots: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000022394-how-do-i-take-a-screenshot-
  8. Search the model you have followed by bridge mode, should have a tutorial and tell you how to access it's interface
  9. Sonne comme fouad a répondu à vos questions
  10. Are you using Google Chrome/Firefox when trying to access? Follow this to isolate the router http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000022375-i-unticked-preserve-settings-when-upgrading-can-t-access-my-router-helpthen try accessing miscellaneous settings and factory resetting.
  11. Nothing so far but we did have a router come back with a similar issue so I'll investigate and hopefully get to the cause of it.
  12. You're getting booted with strict mode off and those cloud settings? If so please provide me the IDs of anything that appears to be blocked on the map.
  13. Hello, welcome to the forum! Can you confirm your setup please. You mention that you've moved your Netduma router to another room. Is it still connected to the modem (port 1 to port 1)? If not please do that. Then connect a PC via ethernet to port 2 on the Netduma. Are you able to access the interface? Can you connect to the internet? If so great! Then access your modem and put it in modem mode or put the WAN IP found in the Netduma device manager into the DMZ section of your modem (usually found in Security or Firewall settings). Then disable the WiFi on your modem - this should prevent interference with the Netduma WiFi as well as ensuring that all devices connect to the Netduma and not automatically to the modem.
  14. You're good to go. Please do not reboot before upgrading. You're good to go. Please do not reboot before upgrading.
  15. Si vous êtes port forwarding et UPnP est désactivé, il ne devrait pas affecter vos jeux à tous. Je me sens comme si il pourrait être une question différente, quel est votre ping à Overwatch effectivement montrant comme? If you are port forwarding and UPnP is off then it shouldn't be affecting your games at all. I feel as though it could be a different issue, what is your ping to Overwatch actually showing as?
  16. Rien d'extraordinaire. Vous avez dit que UPnP et le transfert de port est désactivé sur votre hub est-ce correct? Nothing out of the ordinary there. You did say that UPnP & port forwarding is disabled on your hub is that correct?
  17. Do let us know how you get on! It may be the case that 90/90 works best for you as everyones connections are different. As per the settings above they look correct.
  18. Hi Brew, follow Chive's advice above. If that doesn't help please factory reset from miscellaneous settings (if you're able to access it)
  19. What do you mean it doesn't know your current location? It sounds like the router is doing it's job i.e. getting you more local games with a good ping. I am happy to take a look in a 1 on 1 though if you would like. Just post in the 1 on 1 section with dates/times you would be available.
  20. Je n'ai pas entendu parler de quelqu'un d'autre ayant ce problème, donc ça ressemble à un bug. Pourriez-vous me faire savoir les appareils que vous avez connecté au routeur s'il vous plaît si je peux voir s'il peut y avoir quelque chose d'unique au sujet de votre configuration. I haven't heard of anyone else having this issue so it sounds like a bug. Could you let me know the devices you have connected to the router please so I can see if there may be something unique about your setup.
  21. I don't personally have any experience with either of these ISPs. However, I have seen it frequently mentioned that BT is great for ping, jitter etc.
  22. Hi Enrix, if you read from about here onwards it should give you a good idea: http://forum.netduma.com/topic/14373-tom-clancys-the-division-cloud-connection/?p=131689also I'm sure Kinel would be happy to help further.
  23. Si vous redémarrez à partir de divers paramètres, cela continue-t-il de se produire?
  24. Well it sounds like you're actually getting quite a decent connection. Do you have congestion control set up optimally, i.e. 70/70 anti-flood & console in hyper traffic?
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