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  1. all right thanks, and the port forwarding and everything else that the r1 offers will still work then, right? I wasnt sure if that will also work via dhcp but from what i know dhcp messages also share other network details so it might as well work.
  2. How would i do that? Do i pick dhcp instead of pppoe in the netduma settings then? Also not sure how to configure the dhcp service of the fritzbox, what do you need to consider there? Ive ordered an IPv4 for 5€ a month from the ISP now and it works now with the, however id prefer your setup if that doesnt require me to use the IPv4 option.
  3. Hey guys, today my connection got upgraded to vdsl and therefore i received a new router from the ISP. Its a Fritzbox 7430. Now of course i want to use the R1 and the Fritzbox has the option "PPPoE Passthrough" for that which allows devices that are connected to the Fritzbox to also login via PPPoE. (I have to do this since the R1 doesnt have VoIP for DECT phones or an inbuilt vdsl modem but the Fritzbox has that) Before i get to the problem, here is the setup: Phone Socket ---> Fritzbox 7430 LAN1 ---> R1 ---> PC/Console and any other network device connected to the R1 All that the Fritzbox does is: - handle the DECT phones - Fritzbox wlan turned off - act as a modem and passes everything to the R1 - the fritzbox uses DS-lite Tunnel for IPv4 which could play a big role in the problem! Does the R1 support IPv4-ro-IPv6 translations such as DS-lite Tunnel? I only have an IPv6 Prefix listed under IPv6, for IPv4 it says DS-lite Tunnel. Now the problem is that when i use the Fritzbox PPPoE Passthrough and set my correct PPPoE login data into the R1 PPPoE field, i only get IPv6 internet connectivity but no IPv4. (open wlan connections in windows, then rightclick on netduma r1 and then status). In the Network settings of the R1 below PPPoE i havent ticked any other box (MTU, MAC cloning, DNS Override). Also the IPv6 connectivity indication in the status options will sometimes vanish too yet some internet sites still work. Example: - youtube works with the R1 - twitch doesnt work with the R1 - netduma forum works with the R1 - web.de (my email hoster) doesnt work with the R1 - any website works with the Fritzbox (when using the Fritzbox instead of the R1) Here is the R1 log if that helps, note that my R1 internal clock is screwed up and shows a wrong time: https://mega.nz/#!UUYzSAzQ!nOwxdYTQQKs6SVOnn-4LfomNwA7OURajo7pdVAv-qao
  4. Thanks Fraser, then i still seem to be on the latest version. As i mentioned earlier this has been the most stable firmware i have had so far (early bird r1 user), you can tell Iain that he did a great job!
  5. Are there any patchnotes that you can read what the latest DumaOS fixed over the last one? Not refering to the 1.3 version but the very latest one that i think is discussed here in the more recent comments. Still using the second firmware release version i believe and im really happy with it, no crashes or anything. So far the most stable netduma firmware that i had. Though its of course interesting to see what has been added since then ;).
  6. Use the VPN feature of your netduma router, that way the ddos will go towards the VPN. Though the R1 doesnt do that well with high encryption VPNs so maybe use one with a less demanding encryption (or else you will have fairly slow speeds).
  7. Hey guys, long time no see! Edit: Sorry im using the DumaOS Beta firmware, wrong forum section. Maybe a moderator can move this to the correct sub forum :(. sadly im really busy lately so less forum attendance than id like, therefore im not able to answer this question on my own. Either way back in the days i remember Iain said that while you can use the R1 behind a router that the ISP forces you to use, this setup will be less effective than using a modem + R1 the regular way. Now my ISP starts to force me using their router for ISDN or IP telephoning, however it has the option to turn it into bridge mode which - deactivates the wlan - only sources traffic coming from the router into the internet - no other network device will be connected to the ISP router, only the phones. So basically everything is handled by the R1 now my question is how effective will this setup be with the new DumaOS? Did anything change since Iain did that statement? Can i still expect my ping to be rock solid with QoS 70% on the R1 while streaming or downloading? Im also curious in regards to the new QoS features that Iain teased, will those suffer from my setup? i have my R1 since the early bird release and do not want to stop using it now, if you guys tell me that my experience will suffer then id rather look into buying an expensive modem that supports telephoning than using the ISP router...
  8. a few days in now and i havent spotted any big problem yet, its really looking good so far!
  9. would like to know this too! on top of that i spotted that the R1 will activate traffic prioriazation even when offline playstation games are played that dont have any multiplayer (all devices ticked option is used)
  10. posted in the wrong topic, here is my feedback so far with Frasers comments on it
  11. also the server cloud seems to be outdated or the geofilter isnt working as intended geo filter set to europe, tried to join a fortnite server located on the US east coast but with ping 31, so its location is wrong will keep the geo filter on spectate mode only for now specific server info: Listed as US east coast but is an EU server Host Type Peer ID 4403a570a0e37378 Domain Name ec2-3-120-227-112.eu-central-1.compute.amazonaws.com
  12. The installation worked out very well and i cannot spot any problems (yet, will give more feedback later) One thing i noticed, is there a manual for the new DumaOS features? Some of those are new to R1 users such as under QoS Bufferbloat "goodput" box, what does it do? also things like bleeding edge cloud, deep packet processing is no longer available, is it no longer necessary to adjust those? here some quick pros and cons that i noticed: + so far im quite happy with the new interface, looks much better although i miss an early adoper logo haha + the new device manager is much better than the previous one, especially the LAN/WLAN separation was a great choice + very nice to have a QoS high traffic detection system, thats pretty neat + the detection is actually pretty spot on, it only activates when im in a fortnite game but stops when im back in the lobby my concern here is that some games measure your ping to find the best server, if the detection kicks in too late you might end up on a bad server due to a high ping + so awesome to have more infos regarding the server in the geo filter, great way to tell if your fav game uses the amazon aws servers or differnet ones - the option to change your internet speed is hidden a bit too much, same for the share excess option - some of my devices are still labeled as unamed devices, might have to manually figure out which those are and rename them - the bandwidth network graph is not really ideal, the bottom one should scale with your total bandwidth but the upper one makes more sense to be permanently scaled to your maximum possible bandwidth. That way you gain a lot more information, right now the two are too similar - you have to constantly move the mouse within the upper network graph to see its bandwith useage, sure you could look at the bottom graph too but if you offer an option to hover over the different graph bars then the numbers shouldnt vanish after 1 second if you dont move the mouse - QoS tab: do i have to manually add devices for traffic priorization? or is it better to only keep the "all devices" option active
  13. not sure if a repost is needed since the new topic in the open beta is pretty new r1 dumaos is installed
  14. Same here, constant pingspikes of +/- 200 miliseconds when theres moderate bandwidth useage despite the congestion control being on 70/70 or even stricter. This update better comes soon :(
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