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Chaiyoabc

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  1. Got no problem with it. Yea, I had 'shoot first die first' moments. but after digging into netduma setting, it was gone. Basic things ti know is to adjust between bandwidth and port prioritization Since it uses IW8.0 engine like MW, you can start from your mw setting and tweak it from there. I personally use MW setting sitting at about 2.6-2.7 KD The most important thing: - Bandwidth - Share Excess ON- Assign to ps4 for like 3mbps dl and 0.5 mbps upload - Port prioritization - 1-65535 (If you want to use the exact port, Use it!! This is just my lazy way)
  2. just for testing and experimental purpose. I am now back to R2 XD
  3. Hi Netduma team, I would like to have old first stable version of R1. The original fw. I cannot find it on firmware section. Please give me a link. Thank you
  4. You can thank me later (if it worked lol) i have been having bad experience with bo4. Just found out way to overcome this yesterday the reason because you might have had laggers join in a lobby so you had been struggling with lag compensation along with bad netcode from black ops engine this is what you should do in your netduma port forward 1-65535 udp traffic prioritization 1-65535 udp use your bw slider and slide down to about 36-37 download speed and 3-4 upload speed on flower graph, if u use duma3.0, then it should come up with application flower. Switch to application qos flower grpah. on application-based flower graph, put media to about 90% both download and upload. untick share excess for both download and upload and boom. It will work. black ops engine somehow like to put low bandwidth on gaming packets. however, this setting should work only black ops series, you cant use this in mw
  5. Actually it was working fine. But somehow I think qos in linksys perform better, so i wanr to use linksys qos and netduma geofilter
  6. Hi, I am currently using Modem --> Linksys WRT32x Gaming router with Killer QoS --> Netduma R2 DCHP with QoS disabled I can feel a bit milli-second delay when I shoot some guys in CoD games. Hit detection would be bit delay. Compared to when I only use Linksys. Hit detection is instant. I need Geo-Filter because modern warfare often put me in japanese/australian servers based on their non sense SBMM. While I also need Linksys QoS because it is very good one. Is there any way to decrease hop delay in this scenario? I tried putting netduma R2 on pppoe and hooked up with Linksys but result didn't go so well (Geo filter would not work and Linksys QoS act funny)
  7. I’d recommend you to do custom rule, this would make your targeted ports on first queue. you will not instantly die. If you do, just lower your bandwidth.
  8. Not sure if I should call this a guideline, but This is what I have found out about settings so far. since we all can’t have same nice things everyone is required to go try for themselves. There is no ‘ultimate setting’ that you can just enable it and enjoy the rest of your fps gaming life. Each game will have specific netcode, engine lag, server location, not to mention player skill ceiling. So I will call it like ‘how to maximize your gaming router 101’ then. It is what have been working for me and I am sure it will for you guys as long as you guys understand what each function is and why it exists also this can be applied to any router that have qos in the world. Not just netduma when you first initiate access to your router. See the below checklist: 1. Port forwarding / upnp - turn it on - this will make sure your router opens your gaming port. You can always look it up in google for what ports each game use. Or do the lazy way, just enable upnp, it will auto portforward for you. Don’t open both because your router would act weird 2. Port prioritization find ports and go for it - this function always put targeted port first in queue. 3. Bandwidth - any qos will have some kind of bandwidth control, some are in form of percentage, some can be filled in directly, some are flower graph, you have to find your right spot. Each can be different depending on your ping/server/isp This is the hardest part, find it where you dont get instant death and you get instant hit detection. Find your balance. For me I set overall bandwidth to about 37/4 and then i give download to my ps4 for like 99% and upload for 1% with share excess on 4. The last one. Only one device cannot maximize qos otherwise it will become pointless. If you are alone in your house. Let some devices streaming twitch or youtube endlessly. You will notice better gaming performance. But this is for high spec router
  9. Nvm, i got it working now. Just mess something in my asus router
  10. cheers, I didnt look into that section, Stupid me! I'm using DHCP (DMZ from main router) Qos is enabled. I have been using this setting with no issue for few days. suddently when I switch my port prioritized device from ps4 to pc, it bugged
  11. @Netduma FraserI think I might need factory version firmware of this. because this firmware is soo buggy
  12. I tested by lower sliders all the way to 1%. Which should be around 3.8/3.4 mbps right? When I go to the speedtest and fast. here is result Also when I use port checker tool, it says my port is closed
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