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  1. Turn the router off for over two minutes and restart it.
  2. I see Bt is having issues with internet https://downdetector.co.uk/status/bt-british-telecom
  3. If that does not help try changing WiFi channel as you may be being affected by neighbours on the same channel. https://www.howtogeek.com/197268/how-to-find-the-best-wi-fi-channel-for-your-router-on-any-operating-system/
  4. Do you have another Ethernet cable that you could run between your modem and the Netgear? to rule out a bad cable.
  5. As Fraser suggests try DNS primary secondary I use these and they are snappy for resolving websites. I would also reboot the XR router.
  6. Maybe connected to 2.4Ghz, you would need to be connected via 5Ghz for higher speeds.
  7. You do not need to pre order. Pre - order PS4 gets early access 12th-13th Open beta PS4 14th-16th Pre - order Xbox 19th-20th & open beta PS4 Open Beta all platforms 21st-23rd
  8. Ah the Activision algorithm, it is so strong in Blops4 .
  9. It is all about the lowest input lag, enough said.
  10. I hate Google more than anyone, underhanded, spying, rogue adverts infecting millions on their scummy web search with their own agenda of an internet. But the GUI uses a lot of a PC's CPU and can hammer a browser. I use chrome for Netduma products with one tab only, they can spy on that if they like. My suggestion is to do the above. (If you do not configure Win 7/8/10 it will do more spying than Google, Apple, Amazon & Huawei combined) so relax about Google (These are my own findings and not of Netduma. I am just a gamer)
  11. The two minutes rule from the og FW does not always work on DumaOS but the above works for me.
  12. Set the ping assist to 0, delete the console from the geo filter. Turn off your console, re add your console to the geo filter. Leaving ping assist at 0, turn on your console.
  13. It was an idea for dedi games only. OK then if we can allow (for dedi games only on a dedicated server profile a wild card system for IP ranges) Then no dedis would be allowed as the wild card would be the first two sections 86.234 say of a range of IP from and ISP that my friends IP always starts with say. This wouldn't cause an issue with P2P because it is a dedi based profile and you are only wild carding your friends ISP range.
  14. I was thinking about this today, the majority of people have a dynamic IP. Our team of friends have to re add each other to the allow list a lot because of a dropped line or say a modem reboot. If we could have two geo circles one for the filtering and one for friends so we can cover say the German dedi with the filtering circle and cover the UK with the allow to connect circle. The allow to connect circle only allowing for peer connections and black lists dedis. Another thought was if we could select filtering areas, say the UK by clicking on the map and the UK light up, then maybe click France and Germany and they light up to, instead of a circle geo. That way if we like a dedi in southern Europe also we can miss out country's so the filtering is not as restrictive.
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