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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from Jaquio in Any way to force 2.4Ghz Connection   
    Good advice above, let us know how you get on!
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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from Jaquio in Any way to force 2.4Ghz Connection   
    @Jaquio
    Yes that's correct Yes they should be able to see each other Correct, you would have to manually switch between 2.4/5GHz. However, as IOT devices don't necessarily need a lot of bandwidth you can keep them on 2.4GHz.
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to ONEovFOUR in quick question please.   
    Ok so ive worked out why it felt so much better it was the small amount  of upload from the qos on the modem.
    So ive set up as normal QoS and TP/CC and enabled UPLOAD share exsess and now my connection feels magical NO JOKE.
    Thank you for this reply as it put me on this path to fix it 😍
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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from kgrm in Duma R2 Daily Internet Outage   
    The kernel gap value is higher than it should be there. A few users have found correlation between the heat of the router and issues like this. Make sure the router is elevated and has good airflow, if possible pointing a small fan towards it could help. I'm confident that will reduce the frequency of the issue
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to MuFF in Best XR1000 settings for PS5 Cold War? Please Help   
    Try this here in Traffic Prioritization. I have got much better bullet registration since.
    Also playing Cold War (PS5).
    Rule 1.) 
    • Source: 3074 – 3076
    • Destination: 30000 – 45000
    // UDP only | Normal (default)
    Rule 2.)
    • Source: 50000 – 65535
    • Destination: 3074 – 3076 
    // TCP only | Normal (default)
    Rule 3.)
    • Source: 50000 – 65535
    • Destination: 443 – 443
    // TCP only | Normal (default)
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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from Newfie in Best XR1000 settings for PS5 Cold War? Please Help   
    The ping you recorded on the router (19-40) where are you seeing that exactly, on the Geo-Filter ping panel, in game ping, a general ping test? Also are you having any issues with games or more worried that you're potentially missing out on lower pings/better games?
    We can't do that kind of support as it would simply take too much time - I used to do something like this in the past and it can take hours and that takes away from our ability to help multiple people in a timely manner.
    I think it's important to manage expectations, there are no perfect settings that will give you the best gameplay in 100% of the games that you play, there are always outside variables we can't control. Also every single connection is different, what works for one person may not work for another. 
    Settings in the Settings pages largely will not have any affect on your game quality, the two features to focus on are definitely QoS and the Geo-Filter. 
    Your bandwidth speeds are very high, this does reduce the need for QoS - lag/congestion occurs when all your bandwidth is being used, as yours is high this is less likely and therefore lag caused by local congestion may not be as much of an issue for you. However, I would recommend you experiment with the Congestion Control percentages using Always and see what feels right for you. The Ping Under Load results we're still improving on so you can take them with a pinch of salt at the moment. Does Traffic Prioritization show it prioritizing when you're playing?
    For the Geo-Filter use Ping Heatmap and identify where the lowest ping servers are located and use that to inform your Geo-Filter settings - some people also prefer forcing servers slightly further away so that's something to consider as well.
    Ultimately the Optimal Settings Guides Liam linked are our general recommendations based on what we think works for a wide audience but there is a lot of customisation and testing that you can do to really find what works best for your specific connection.
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to karthik in Internet keeps dying on router   
    Ok, I will try to elevate it
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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from ONEovFOUR in TP without Bandwidth allocation.   
    So keep everything you have and then either use Always or Auto Enable for Congestion Control (and a percentage set of course) and you'll be good to go!
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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from ONEovFOUR in TP without Bandwidth allocation.   
    Yep exactly, then each device will take bandwidth as and when needed
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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from Squidid in Netduma R2 rebooted suddenly   
    Gaming doesn't use much bandwidth and just giving it more won't make it use it so I'd just recommend resetting to the default distribution. Also with that TP rule it would supersede Bandwidth Allocation anyway
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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from ONEovFOUR in TP without Bandwidth allocation.   
    If you leave Bandwidth Allocation at the default settings it's essentially 'off'. No need to disable Congestion Control - that just applies to that feature.
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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from Newfie in Any way to force 2.4Ghz Connection   
    @Jaquio
    Yes that's correct Yes they should be able to see each other Correct, you would have to manually switch between 2.4/5GHz. However, as IOT devices don't necessarily need a lot of bandwidth you can keep them on 2.4GHz.
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    Netduma Fraser got a reaction from Squidid in Netduma R2 rebooted suddenly   
    Keep us posted! @kgrm was the person I was referring to and at least in their case it has helped with this so definitely worth a try for you, meanwhile we're of course working on fixing that as well.
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to SPYHAWK in It's not taking my password   
    thanks for all your help  I'm in it. 
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to franko530 in Router factory resets after every reboot   
    ok ill try that thanks.
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to Newfie in Any way to force 2.4Ghz Connection   
    Hi
    If you mean you have say a TV box on 2.4 and you can remotely stream to it via a phone and that’s connected on the 5Ghz then yes, devices can see each other as it’s on the same network and not isolated. 
     
    what many do is IoT are placed on the 2.4 and 5Ghz handles devices that need the extra throughput. Distance though comes into play depending on the environment. 
     
     
     
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to diafanos in FIFA 21 Greek server ????   
    Thank you very much for your answers! I will wait for the cloud update in FIFA so i can test it in Ping Heatmap.
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to Alias 1aB in NEW R2 FIRMWARE: 3.0.205   
    That's good to hear. Anything to make the R2 better is good news. Would rather you guys get it right than rush out some temporary fix
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to Vipeeeer in Help with connecting gaming router to new router   
    Managed to set it up by simply connecting the routers up and doing the lan setup, everything is good so far 
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to Newfie in XR1000 is having higher ping than my spectrum router   
    That’s great to hear and a big thanks to Fraser for helping. 
     
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to XFX in XR1000 is having higher ping than my spectrum router   
    We have had the modem for nearly 2 weeks. The mac address worked it is back to normal! You are a legend my friend. 
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to Thorny in Can't setup R2 "script error"   
    Okay thank you appreciate the help Fraser.
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to Jeofel08 in Mobile Legends and League of Legends: Wild Rift   
    Well, I hoped so because it would be awesome for us if this is also included in the Geo-Filter.
    Thank you Liam
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to ONEovFOUR in quick question please.   
    No worries answered my own question.
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    Netduma Fraser reacted to Jxpans in My pc doesn’t have Wi-fi, can I set it up via Ethernet cable?   
    How I fixed it. 
     
    Put the Hub 3 into modem mod
    Disconnect all ethernet cables from the Hub 3 then power off the Hub 3.
    Then, set up your own router with the WAN port set to be in DHCP mode. Make sure it’s fully initialized (leave 5 min) and then put in the Cat 5E/6 cable to the Hub 3.
    Now power up the VM hub and you should get a connection. This order only needs to be done the first time you connect your own router to the VM hub.
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