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    Netduma R1
  1. I do know this. And when I first upgraded my R1 to DumaOS about a year ago, this was my SOP. But through experimentation, I learned that I could effectively change things between games. This came in handy when, for instance, a new player not on my white list joined our party. I could switch from Filtering to Spectating, then take off auto-ping and add the player to my white list. Next game, I could turn Filtering back on and all was right with the world. So far on my XR300, I haven't been able to do this. Also, the XR300 seems to let in many more servers/players from outside my radius even when no settings are changed after startup. I was just curious as to why. I may go back to the R1.
  2. I just upgraded from the R1 to the XR300. For the last 4 months or so I've had no problems changing the geofilter settings on my R1 between games of BO4 on XBox (no restart of BO4 necessary). It was working like a charm. The XR300 doesn't seem to be as robust. Sometimes even when I don't change settings after starting BO4, I get servers/peer hosts outside my radius. I'm running firmware on the XR300. with Filtering on, strict mode, ping assist = 0, no Fast search (same settings I used on the R1 with DumaOS). Do the geofilters operate differently between the R1 and XR300? Any known reason why the geofilter on the XR300 isn't changeable post start or why it isn't as effective as the R1? Thanks
  3. I recently upgraded from the R1 to the XR300 but so far I'm not impressed. The GUI seems really sluggish compared to the R1. But what is bothering me most right now is that the GUI has"nil" values all over the place. More than half the labels say "nil". Oddly, if I change the language to something other than English, the "nil"'s go away and (as near as I can tell) the right labels are there. Any thoughts on how to get this back on track? Edit: Changing the Router IP back from (my old R1 address) to the default seems to have done the trick.
  4. With my "standard" settings I'm still getting a fair amount of p2p lobbies, but I'm getting them quickly and they are well within my 500 mile geo filter. The connection has been good <40 ms. About 50% of the time I'm getting a dedicated lobby. I somewhat suspect that some of the peers I'm getting are actually dedis. A couple of them appear in a region where I had white listed dedis back before everything went bonkers. If I move home/geo filter out into the ocean, I don't get any lobbies, even after raising Ping Assist to 80 ms. So things aren't perfect yet, but they are playable again. Thanks for the continued work on the cloud.
  5. On XBox One withe the R1. I've flushed the cloud several times morning to night. I still cannot get the usual dedicated servers.
  6. I've done this twice. Still took forever to get a lobby. When I got one it was outside my radius and ping (about 1000 miles too far and a 90 ms ping). I played one miserable match but couldn't stomach the lag halfway through the second match. So I placed the server on the Deny list and backed out. It put me right back in the same lobby on the same jacked dedicated server (it showed as denied at least on the map). Next suggestion . . . .
  7. 1. XBOX ONE 2. HC TDM and DOM 3. R1 4. USA -- West coast 5. With ping assist on, I primarily get peer to peer with ping rates >80ms. By setting ping assist to 0 it goes back to dedi's (eventually, may take several boots)
  8. Are any of the variables "hot adjustable," (e.g., Radius, Auto-Ping, Strict)? Please let us know when they are. I've been able to get games now running alone, but as soon as I get a party request from friends the shit hits the fan. I've got nearly 200 people I play with, so getting them all whitelisted (and friends of friends) is really difficult. To make up for this, the solution I'm trying now with some success is to make my Radius ridiculously large (the continental US and most of Canada and Mexico) and then methodically disallowing all but the closest dedicated servers. One suggestion I have for the Allow/Deny list is to make the columns "sortable" -- an arrow in the name to list alphabetically, an arrow in the peer/dedicated column and an arrow in the allow/deny column. Thanks for the responses. I'll keep making beta notes . . .
  9. I'm running an XBox One hard wired into the R1 with DumaOS Beta. I mostly play Call of Duty. Between my wife and kids, we have about 40 devices on the network (6 computers, 10 tablets and phones, 3 printers, 2 XBoxes, 1 PS4, 5 Nintendo devices, 2 NAS drives, 4 TVs, security cameras, 1 thermostat, etc.). I know XBox One support suggests running IPv6 and my ISP supports it. I believe there was some guidance to avoid it with the old R1 firmware. Is that still the case with the DumaOS Beta? When I turn it on under Network Settings under the LAN and WAN pages, my XBox shows both a IPv4 and IPv6 connection. Thanks for the guidance.
  10. I have my XBox One hardwired into the R1 running the DumaOS beta. If I set the geo filter to Strict Mode, I will search for a game in Black Ops 4 forever, but I won't get any games, sometimes it will kick me back to the main screen and won't even let me search for games. I'm seeing no servers or players on the geo filter map except seven or eight dedicated servers that flash as soon as BO4 launches. I'm in California so there are multiple dedicated servers within 400 miles. I've expanded the geo radius to all of North America and South America with no change. As soon as I take Strict Mode off, I'll get a game with a dedicated server in the midwest or east coast. I still haven't gotten a game on the Los Angeles dedi, which is what I normally played on the old OS. I've tried FLUSHING CLOUD, rebooting (soft and PUPD) and have cleared the cache on the XBox. I've also been trying to find the North American dedicated servers and add them to my whitelist/blacklist, but that doesn't seem to help. On the issue of finding the dedicated servers, I saw that the Duma staff is looking for help finding them all. Is there a master list somewhere that lists them by continent/country? I would suggest pinning such a list to the top of the BO4 support page. I'm hesitant to submit the five I've marked because I'm not sure they are accurate and with my geo filter acting funky, it's been hard to log many games.
  11. I just got my beta today and am loving the new interface. The one issue I've had is with the 11 port forwarding rules that I had previously set up on my original R1 firmware. after installing the DumaOS beta I went through all the network settings to see if I needed to change anything. It appeared that everything imported fine until I got to the port forwarding tab. My 11 rules from my original R1 were there, but they didn't have names. Thinking they may be corrupted, I decided to just delete them and re-enter them. The first six deleted fine but then I got this error: RPC error 'ERROR_VALIDATION': Validation failed for 'name' I tabbed over to QoS after a few tries at deleting the last five rules. When I tried to come back to the Network Settings tab the page wouldn't load and I got the same error again. I had to PUPD the router and was then able to load the page and even delete the next three nameless rules before getting the error again. A soft reboot of the router allowed me to delete one more rule. Another soft reboot was required to delete the last rule. I'm just using standard UPnP for now but will probably set up port forwarding again soon. Just thought I'd drop the note in case anyone else has the same lockout issue and can't get the page to load. Don't freak out, just try some soft/hard reboots.
  12. I've been using the NetDuma for about 6 months now with no real problems. But today my screen for the Host Filtering page just refuses to load. I've rebooted the router with no effect. Using Chrome on Windows 10 as my browser. Thoughts?
  13. I used to use host filtering while in a party in COD WW2 on the XBox all the time. I just had to make sure that all the members in my party were on my "Allowed" list if they were outside my range. However, about a month ago a regular problem started happening. I would get kicked from the load screen right before a match and the party would then follow me out. If I'm the party leader, this doesn't happen, but it takes several minutes to find a match, no matter how big I set my radius. Is there a workaround for this? It's gotten to the point where I have to chose between playing with my friends or abandoning host filtering.
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