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    mikehd got a reaction from purpleandgold33 in Question on dns R1 duma OS   
    Isn't this description of the switch functionality backwards? Red is on, is it not? OP says Red is off.
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    mikehd got a reaction from Netduma Jack in Fallout 76   
    We definitely need anti-bufferbloat for ESO. With our limited bandwidth, the lag without it makes the game unplayable if anyone else is  using the internet. 6Mpbs doesn't go very far these days...
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    mikehd got a reaction from azza10 in QoS Flower   
    Same scenario here. I've taken to doing cleanup every few days, but would love an automated solution. Also, it would be great to be able to define the min bandwidth by device class. This would at least put them in close to the right balance of each other that can be manually refined.
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    mikehd reacted to Netduma Admin in QoS Flower   
    Thanks for the idea guys - this is something we will definitely be looking into. 
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    mikehd got a reaction from Guilders in QoS Flower   
    Same scenario here. I've taken to doing cleanup every few days, but would love an automated solution. Also, it would be great to be able to define the min bandwidth by device class. This would at least put them in close to the right balance of each other that can be manually refined.
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    mikehd reacted to Guilders in QoS Flower   
    I have noticed that the QoS flower has every device on it, wether that device is connected or offline.
    Would it be possible that the flower only show devices alive and kicking, I like to use it to throttle my connection to the game, by adjusting max mb to my device and then unticking share excess, I've had some success with this, but when it has soo many devices shown as connected, when some are not, the percentages that are given to other devices are very small and can cause poor connections for family.
    I usually go into device manager and delete each offline item manually, but as you probs know this is very time consuming.
    Hope the above made sense lol
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    mikehd got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in MTU   
    Yeah, that was the question. With the MTU switch "off" then it is auto mode. I couldn't find documentation of the behavior.
    I'll leave it in auto mode.
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    mikehd reacted to Netduma Jack in Feature Request   
    Hopefully we'll have a whole feature for diagnosing network issues some day - logs might some day be removed since it looks like it's reporting issues whereas in fact it's just every day router events. Thanks Mike  
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    mikehd reacted to Netduma Admin in Feature Request   
    Hi Mike - great to know about both of these. Eech one is already on our Roadmap, so should be in a Milestone in the near future.
    Thanks for the ideas. 👍
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    mikehd got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Optimal settings for Netflix and gaming   
    A spare 30mbps? I can only dream that we'll even get to 10mbps... Stuck on 6 since the aughts.
    Thanks for the advice. Worked great last night.
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    mikehd reacted to pollutionblues in [SOLVED] Geofilter window in the Dashboard   
    You can pin whatever you want to the dashboard. Go to the page of the feature you want to pin i.e. GeoFilter and click on the pin icon, this will add it to the dashboard. If you want to remove anything from the dashboard clicking the pin icon will remove it. all the pinned features on the dashboard can be resized or moved to your liking.
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    mikehd got a reaction from TrayDay in Optimal settings for Netflix and gaming   
    A spare 30mbps? I can only dream that we'll even get to 10mbps... Stuck on 6 since the aughts.
    Thanks for the advice. Worked great last night.
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    mikehd got a reaction from Netduma Admin in Optimal settings for Netflix and gaming   
    A spare 30mbps? I can only dream that we'll even get to 10mbps... Stuck on 6 since the aughts.
    Thanks for the advice. Worked great last night.
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    mikehd reacted to AOrtiz in R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed   
    Before I start, I will not comment after I write this. Its a simple post on my feelings that was long over due.
     
    So as an OG to R1. I wanted to take some time to see what develop before making any comments to the R1 update/non update.
     
    Ive been with netduma since the original launch and been very content with the product and technical suoport. I watched over time users become moderators, the making of brilliant developers, Tester and the tech support is superb.
     
    Now.. I totally understand the business part of it to bring a product concept to manufacturing and to be know, used and loved by the masses.
     
    Making money and keeping people employed is YUGE IMO
     
    But... something is missing or lacking and (IN MY OPINION) this release push back to R1 owners is not right.- SORRY
     
    Ive seen YOUTUBE commentators, pro-gamers who can move to buy (Because they have the money) or even be supported for FREE a new Netgear Router. - Brilliant.
     
    But what about the 3 years that we've been promise and waited for a new software for the R1.
     
    Now... I would of gladly paid for this update if this meant to support the NETDUMA ARMY, company and FAMILY.
     
    I felt like I was part of the team, so when I heard that "it was a mistake on your part for not designing backward compatibility" I need to call you on it, because once again, i consider you people very intelligent or maybe you were more interested in the netgear that you overlook the R1 AND LISTEN TO THIS... THE USERS. - Possible.
     
    Anyways.. I will continue to wait for the update, and maybe in the near future get to enjoy the new operating system for my R1.
    Take care and GOD Bless
    Peace
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    mikehd got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Krack WiFi Vulnerability Upgrade (1.03.6i)   
    I cleaned up a bunch of old devices off of the GUI, rebooted, ran the patch and viola! I'm running on 1.03.6i
     
    Thanks for the attention to this issue. Hopefully the big companies are updating their firmwares as well.
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    mikehd got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in VPN and Netduma resources   
    Hi again,
     
    If I have the VPN enabled/connected to my provider but no LAN devices ticked to use it, is the connection still consuming computational resources from the Netduma? I would think not since most of the work is the encryption.
     
    BTW, your router software has been a life saver in our household. Before implementation my spouse could barely play ESO if anyone else is online, and we now can use Netflix without buffering due to competing house members' usage. 
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    mikehd reacted to ByMgRs in Netduma R1 Configuration Chrome Extension   
    Hey all!
    I have been very busy this evening writing a Chrome extension. Now it is relatively simple, so what it allows you to do is click an R1 logo (in the extensions zone) to launch a new tab showing the Netduma config page. So now your interested how do you install it? Rather than babble on I am going to leave the steps below and then some quick notes about future plans.
     
    Steps:
     
    1) Please read the bottom of the article now! I have made some updates. You can now download an official version form here: 
       https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/r1/joildkkbnlacbbccbiacomeholembojm
     
    For custom installs:
    1) Download the .crx file, this is the actual extension file. I had never heard of .crx before doing this     
        project but I can promise you it is not malicious.
        Link: https://www.mediafire.com/?srxmzm87xd0dn86 
     
    2) Move the .crx file to your desktop. This isn't required but will make the next steps a bit easier.
     
    3) Open a new chrome tab and enter:  chrome://extensions/    
        This will open the Extensions management page. 
     
    4) Now move the Chrome window to a position where you can see it and the .crx file on your desktop. Now all you need to do is drag the .crx file onto the Chrome page.
     
    5) Release your cursor and a confirmation box will pop up asking if you want to add it. Click add and that is it!
     
    6) You will now see a Netduma logo in the top right of your Chrome page with your other extensions. If you click it a
        new tab will be launched opening the Netduma configuration page.
     
    Plans:
     
    So eventually I would like to publish this to the Chrome store for more easy use. Can either Iain, Fraser or anyone from the Netduma team message me regarding permission to do this, alternatively I am happy for you to publish it as long as I am given some form of recognition  Done it!
     
    If you have any questions please leave them below! Hope this helps!
     
    Update:
    So... I sorta jumped the gun a bit and published it! It's available here for download through the Chrome store:
     
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/r1/joildkkbnlacbbccbiacomeholembojm
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    mikehd got a reaction from ColonicBoom in Do I need to restart my Netduma once in a while?   
    No need to manually reboot here; we get power outages frequently enough to take care of that chore. (I have all electronics on UPS/surge protectors...)
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    mikehd reacted to Netduma Jack in Router log file access?   
    Hi Mike,
     
    I'm glad they've pointed you in the right direction. Fraser's currently off sick but I'll see if I can get him to take a look from home. I'll also try and have a look myself, though I've not tested VPN's half as much as Fraser. I'm hoping he'll be in next week and we'll get this properly sorted, but I'll let you know if I find anything you can try
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    mikehd reacted to Netduma Jack in VPN and Netduma resources   
    Hi Mike,
     
    I doubt it will be using much if anything when nothing is enabled on the VPN page; the hard work only begins once a device is running through it.
     
    That's great to hear, I'm glad you're enjoying your Netduma
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