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Netduma Fraser

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  1. It's just an aesthetic bug that occurs under a certain limit. It will have setup according to your speeds
  2. That blue box is absolutely fine, just saying you're connected behind a router. Alright let us know how you get on!
  3. Okay well do let us know if you want us to look into it further
  4. Try without the power line adapters as these can sometimes cause little issues like that - just to rule it out. The speed test ping may change depending on time of day, peak time it will likely be higher as everyone jumps online.
  5. You're GMT+1 is that right? How about Friday 4pm GMT/5pm GMT+1?
  6. Don't believe we ever did a 1 on 1 but if you would feel better from someone having a look then please do post in the section.
  7. If your server is encompassing Chicago and the East Coast then if the Chicago server is full or maybe not performing well it will go to East Coast instead. How low are you setting your distance when you're trying to force? If you want to force try this: Hard turn off console Set home location, radius, strict on, PA 0 Make sure map is completely clear Turn on console & game then search
  8. Latest information is what was given by Iain not too long ago, I don't have any update for you in that regard
  9. Hey, welcome to the forum! It sounds like you're getting a great ping. Are you using congestion control as well to ensure that you're not experiencing local congestion? On speed test is it testing the same server? Hub may be testing the closest server to the ISP. You could also try switching out the ethernet between R1 and hub. Is your PC wired or are you playing over WiFi? Are you using wireless peripherals as that could cause a small delay.
  10. I do believe throttling is a placebo, if it's working for you then thats great but I would never recommend it myself as it doesn't really make sense, lower ping is always more beneficial.
  11. Post in the 1 on 1 section: http://forum.netduma.com/forum/66-request-1-on-1/and I will have a look just to see if there's anything further that can be done. Please note I need around a days notice. Please read this first before making the post: http://forum.netduma.com/topic/11450-read-before-posting-a-1-on-1-request/
  12. NAT: Hard turn off the console Disable Geo-filter on Duma Hub in modem mode or R1 WAN IP from device manager into the DMZ on hub UPnP & port forwarding disabled on the hub UPnP OR port forwarding enabled on the Duma, not both UPnP forwarding disabled in Duma miscellaneous settings Boot up console - check network settings - should be open or NAT Type 2 (open) Boot up game - should be open If port forwarding: 443 UDP/TCP 1935 UDP/TCP 3074 UDP/TCP 3478-3480 UDP/TCP No, you can only be on IPv6 if your ISP gives you an IPv6 address - this isn't very common just yet.
  13. Everything seems good settings wise. Do you get any differing results when trying different speed test servers? Strange the download is lower. Change the download in bandwidth settings to 700, do you see the speed increase?
  14. Si vous souhaitez transférer une telle gamme énorme, je ne recommanderais pas le faire à un périphérique autre que le Netduma lui-même. C'est comme mettre Netduma dans la DMZ, la Netduma a son propre pare-feu, donc c'est sûr. Ensuite, vous pouvez utiliser le renvoi de port / UPnP sur le R1. If you're going to port forward such a huge range then I wouldn't recommend doing it to any device other than the Netduma itself. It's like putting the Netduma in the DMZ, the Netduma has it's own firewall as well so its safe. Then you can use port forwarding/UPnP on the R1.
  15. You would input the speeds you get through a wired speed test on your PC - console speed tests can be inaccurate. I think thats a placebo but lowering your anti-flood settings would 'throttle' your internet. Provide the screenshots asked for here and I can best advise on settings: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000022425-lag-support-instructions-to-post-on-the-forum-
  16. In general I would recommend disabling port forwarding/UPnP on the hub. Putting the Netduma WAN IP into the hub DMZ and doing either port forwarding or UPnP on the Netduma itself as that is what the console is plugged into.
  17. I would basically reiterate everything Colonic has said so try that and let us know how you get on.
  18. If it keeps returning and you followed the previous instructions on the issue then that may be some sort of bug, shouldn't affect the gameplay though That looks like a player rather than a server which explains why you never have it as a game server.
  19. Try this: Hard turn off the console Disable Geo-filter on Duma Hub in modem mode or R1 WAN IP from device manager into the DMZ on hub UPnP & port forwarding disabled on the hub UPnP OR port forwarding enabled on the Duma, not both UPnP forwarding disabled in Duma miscellaneous settings Boot up console - check network settings - should be open or NAT Type 2 (open) Boot up game - should be open If you need to port forward: 443 UDP/TCP 1935 UDP/TCP 3074 UDP/TCP 3478-3480 UDP/TCP
  20. Hey, welcome to the forum! Do let us know if you have any questions/issues and we'll be happy to help
  21. Hey, welcome to the forum! Yes I believe you'll be able to utilise the USB port in the released version of DumaOS
  22. I will look into it for you. Also if you are going to try those different things let me know if it works out. I always port forward the required game ports when testing.
  23. Comme vous pouvez choisir vos propres serveurs sur BF1, il n'est pas nécessaire d'utiliser le filtre Geo-filter
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