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  1. Hi - the XR500 definitely has 2.4GHz. This is NETGEAR's side of things so not sure how much we'll be able to help, but definitely try toggling off Smart Connect. That should then split the WiFi into two clear bands. See if that works.
  2. Hi Luffy - welcome to the forum. The change in server ping is most likely because some servers play better than others, even when in the same location. Your QoS settings look good, so I would instead recommend using the Ping Assist feature like a ping filter. This should ensure you get lower pings. This guide explains how to do that: http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000087579--dumaos-optimal-settings-guide-ping-assist
  3. Awesome setup! We're working on a mobile app so you can check things on the fly too. Thanks for sharing - if you have Twitter send it to us @Netduma and we'll RT
  4. I can confirm we are building 3.0 for the Netduma R1. A lot of effort is going into ensuring it does not consume too much CPU and memory. Thanks for your support
  5. Esa es su Ping Assist que lo deja pasar. Haga un número más bajo si no desea que esto suceda http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000087579--dumaos-optimal-settings-guide-ping-assist
  6. Hi Nikuuu - welcome to the forum. Are you playing on PC? We are looking into this and will get updated information out asap.
  7. The Bandwidth Allocation needs at least three devices to draw the shape you are familiar with. So if you connect a third device it should then appear as you expect. Also - the Share Excess option is still there even in your current view. Just click the three horizontal line icon in the top left of the panel to access it. Let us know if you need any further help
  8. No there is no way to do this because you are connecting to a Google server, which then connects to all the other players (rather than you in your home). The only thing you have control over is your connection to the Google server, the rest is up to them. Make sure you have setup your QoS optimally though as it will need a lot of your bandwidth (35mbps+) so you want to make sure no one else in your home steals bandwidth from you (http://support.netduma.com/support/solutions/articles/16000077073-dumaos-optimal-settings-guide-qos)
  9. If you have the circle fully expanded it can use a chunk of resources. We have made many improvements to this in v3.0 so it will soon use much less.
  10. This is fixed in v3.0 (our upcoming major firmware upgrade). We will be going into beta on this soon. You can sign up to our mailing list here to be notified: https://netduma.us11.list-manage.com/subscribe/post?u=87a7aef5725cff4be341f1b26&id=5341b993d5
  11. I will follow this up for you. Apologies for the delay. We will get back to you asap
  12. Ah it's the Wii that's causing the problem. It's fixed in 3.0. Could you try this workaround for the short term please: Factory reset your router Then connect all your Nintendo devices to the router (if you haven't already). Then go to the Device Manager. On there, click on the Nintendo device and in the side panel that opens, change the device type to an Xbox. Changing to an Xbox will not reduce the performance of that device - it will be prioritised like all other gaming devices. If you do this reasonably quickly after the reset it should all run fine after that. And just to repeat, new version has this completely fixed.
  13. Developing an update this big takes time and testing etc. But we're almost there. We/NETGEAR will begin rolling out beta versions soon. We say 'soon' because if we put an exact date, and then miss it, it's worse in the long run. But it's getting very close now.
  14. The Geo-Filter will still give much better connections in Destiny - just set the range a little wider (say about 1500km). As for the upload QoS- taking just 10% off your upload speed of 35mbps will work great. Gaming only needs about 0.1mbps to run optimally. By applying the QoS you are making sure nothing else in your home uses your entire 35mbps. Because if that happens, you will lag very badly
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