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  1. Thank you for the reply. But what I'm doing now, using port forwarding to route ports to a bogus internal address, will that effectively block the ports for the xbox? Does it only work for incoming traffic? I can sometimes get a solo session, but other times not. It's very inconsistent. I see in other threads that you guys are investigating how the SDR works for Xbox, which is cool. Thank you.
  2. Hi! My main use for the R1 is to use it to have solo instances on Destiny 2 so that I can play it without getting bothered by other players. I used to set my 'home' on the R1 to the middle of the Indian Ocean and have the radius be small as possible (120km?). It used to work great. Now with the recent switch to Steam Datagram Relays on the Xbox One, this method no longer works I know that on PC, you can block certain ports to allow for solo instances. I use a Powershell script. Is there a way to do this on the R1? Perhaps using port forwarding to forward the ports to a non-existing IP address, away from the Xbox IP address? Also, does anyone know which ports to block on the Xbox One? Bungie lists the ports here: https://help.bungie.net/hc/en-us/articles/360049496751-Advanced-Troubleshooting-UPnP-Port-Forwarding-and-NAT-Types But blocking them does not seem to work. That webpage may not be recent/updated, or that I'm not doing the port blocking properly. Is there way to figure out what ports D2 on Xbox uses (Wireshark?) ? Thank you.
  3. Any news on when this is going to be updated? It's been a month and a half with no change. I didn't realise this was going to take this long.
  4. When will this be? It's been 2 weeks and it hasn't changed. I still see the server in the UK and the peer ping chart is close to useless.
  5. Thank you. When can I expect that server to 'disappear' from my Netduma? It's still showing up and makes the peer ping useless.
  6. Here is the server ID in the UK: 8c33d49fd02b878c I have made the settings recommended above. Everything else is default. Do I need to set things like Cloud etc? Thank you.
  7. Hi! What are the current recommended settings for Destiny 2 on the Xbox One? The threads I've been able to find via search are all pretty old (2017) and it looked like there were some new things being worked on. I think I'm just using the default settings at the moment and I see a node in UK all the time (I live in Australia). It makes the Ping chart useless because it's always showing the ping to the UK which is high (300ms). Thank you.
  8. I am not portforwarding on the R1. Just the UPnP. I have the geofilter disabled as default and switch it on/off only when I need to use it (which is very rarely). When I boot the X1, it will show as NAT=Moderate, but when I reboot it NAT=Open. There is something going on in the R1 that I would like to know. Yes, I to don't understand why a reboot makes the NAT=Open. I just wished that NAT was Open all the time without requiring the reboot. My Netduma sometimes requires a reboot as well. X1 says NAT=unavailable and the only way to fix it is to reboot the Netduma. I've also heard my Netduma reboot on it's own. Not sure what causes a self reboot.
  9. Thank you for your reply. I have too many other devices and I only want the Xbox One on Netduma. I only need the geofilter feature. I still don't trust the R1 enough to put all my devices through it. (considering the trouble I'm having with only 1 device attached) No, my Xbox One is not on Instant On mode. I found that it conflicted with getting achievements, so the Xbox One is in Power Saving Mode (? the option to switch it off completely)
  10. Every time I boot up my Xbox One, it tells me that NAT=Moderate. But as soon as a reboot the Xbox One, it tells me that NAT=Open. I would prefer that it be NAT=Open all the time without the constant forced reboot. My set up is kind of complicated. Cable Modem (NTD) for internet. Modem/router (in router mode) from NTD. I reserve an IP address in the DHCP table for the R1. This IP address is in the DMZ of the modem/router. desktop 8 port switch to the modem/router. Simple switch, no config. R1 from the switch. R1 has UPnP enabled. Downstream UPnP is unticked (disabled). Xbox One from the R1. Xbox One is set to Automatic IP and Automatic DNS. Everything is via cable (CAT5) I've tried reserving Xbox One's IP in the R1, but this gave me NAT=Unavailable and caused errors playing games. I'd like to know why the Xbox One gives me NAT=Moderate upon bootup, but a subsequent reboot makes NAT=Open and how to fix it. Thank you.
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