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Killhippie

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    Killhippie reacted to e38BimmerFN in Hopefully next year's XR series will use this technology   
    Well it would be interesting to see NG do a Orbi gaming system. Hehe.¬†ūüėč
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    Killhippie reacted to sharpz44 in XR500 Firmware version 2.3.2.56 released.   
    I would not be ... lol
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    Killhippie reacted to Steve in Xr700   
    I agree with you 100%. The only reason I got it was because it was on sale for black friday, so I wanted to see if it would make a difference. I was kinda shocked when I saw the scores I was getting with the 700. Just wasn't sure if it was bugged or if there was a setting I was missing on the 700 that the 500 didn't have. Wasn't aware that it had problems.
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    Killhippie reacted to sharpz44 in just upgraded to a Dratek Vigor 130 modem and now router only has 10Mbps download ??   
    Personally if the HG612 works well and meets your line requirements I would stick with it,plus it`s unlocked so obviously you have acees to line stats if needed.  
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    Killhippie reacted to Netduma Alex in Still the best router I‚Äôve ever owned.   
    Thanks a lot!
    When I get overwhelmed with support requests, I try to remember that we have sold many many many XR500's, and the vast majority of customers never have a problem. This doesn't mean that the people who do have problems are just whining though, their criticisms are legitimate, and we're working to fix the bugs that exist.
    That said, the reviews on Amazon (for example) are very high, and people are generally impressed with DumaOS, which of course we're very happy about. Hopefully people can see the vision behind DumaOS.
    I'm also really excited about DumaOS 3.0. Every single one of those customers will be receiving a free update that vastly expands the capabilities of a product they already bought. How many times has a router more than doubled the amount of features it includes after it's already been purchased? It's gonna be awesome.
    Yeah I agree. There are users who are experiencing issues with DumaOS and I don't want to just ignore them or pretend they don't exist.
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    Killhippie reacted to Rilla_au in Duma OS 3.0 Feed Bar on website   
    I used to use a burndown chart when i was managing my software development team. I'd always have a deadline and and actual projected finish date based on velocity of work completed vs work remaining. This way i knew if i needed to add more resources to the team in order to make the deadline. 
    I've noticed a recurring theme with netduma, the excitement gets the better of you guys, you over promise a deadline and under deliver constantly for the last 4 years i've been using your routers.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from sharpz44 in Still the best router I‚Äôve ever owned.   
    What makes you you think its okay to apologise for those that whine with genuine issues? Sure you like DumaOS and the router is the best in your view maybe but not everyone agrees though. It's always best to speak for yourself, not other people on mass. We all have different views, yes sing its praises that's fine, but do that for yourself as your voice is not that of all DumaOS users probably. Also to say  "Thanks for putting up with our whining" is a little patronising I find. I cant speak for anyone else of course though
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Zippy in device manager not showing active devices   
    I know you would, Fraser. Things as they stand just seem to be rinse and repeat for you guys with the same problems keep rearing their ugly heads, if the Devs had patched any of this, life would be easier for you guys and the users who are somewhat frustrated depending on their level of technical knowledge and how much they push the router which is when it starts showing the bugs that have not been patched in almost a year now. Milestone 1.3 was just abandonware, I truly hope your devs change direction on patching because if not this will simply happen again and I know a few people who will move on, as you know ive taken mine down due to issues with antibufferbloat, QoS and IPv6 that cannot be fixed at this time, and it's sad when you have such a great OS. DumaOS is like Swiss Gruyère, looks lovely  tastes good on the first bite but is full of holes...
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Zippy in device manager not showing active devices   
    They can get stuck, its from what I remember a known issue with Milestone 1.3 try logging out and clearing your browser cache and logging back in.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Zippy in High Priority Traffic possible bug with Indicator light?   
    Wait for 3.0 (I imagine it will be in the new year but who knows, you wont get a fix now, and 3.0 is still in development from what we are told) also bear in mind the R1 will get it before the XR500, as Netgear have to test its compatibility with their firmware and hardware, so nobody even knows if the XR500 will get 3.0 for sure, and if they did they cant say (NDA). There are more secrets here than at the NSA headquarters it seems...
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    Killhippie reacted to Netduma Fraser in device manager not showing active devices   
    The likelyhood of that happening is minimal especially if there aren't many ports open to the internet but I get what you're saying and I understand that. I can only report what is happening, if I was a developer/responisble for releasing upgrades then I'd jump on it myself but I'm not sadly.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Zippy in High Priority Traffic possible bug with Indicator light?   
    If its a  Netgear bug yes, from what has been said if its a Netduma's issue, then no. They are working on DumaOS 3.0 which has been prioritised over bug patching in Milestone 1.3. There is no ETA on 3.0 at this time.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from azza10 in Xr500 firmware updates   
    The XR500 is a little over 3 months and not one update for current issues, and no updates from Netduma for issues with table view inconsistencies with port mapping compared with NTGR port mapping. Even if it is only visual it should be fixed.

     Also still no UPnP tables showing on my router (had three from a beta unit to present unit that has the port numbering the right way around on the back) and only one firmware ever showed UPnP info, but then again I use a mac and Firefox and it seems if you don't use Windows and Chrome that's always the issue. So many times I see "try another browser like Chrome" as a fix. A router should work with all the major browsers not be developed to work with just Chrome, I have issues with Chrome and Flash so neither are used on my device, and I use Duckduckgo as my search provider I try to avoid Google as much as possible, so Firefox should work just fine, and so should Safari and Opera, as well as the mobile Safari browser. Saying that logging in via even any tablet can be a mess.

     These are things that need to be fixed before adding more features, unless you just plan to fix bugs and regressions in Milestone 1.4 which tbh does not make me fill me with confidence. Right now some of Milestone 1.3 quirks should have been ironed out as well as bug fixes from NTGR. Also can't you get NTGR to update its GPL source code, things like OpenSSL and miniupnd which is still over a decade old and patched in binary but not actually replaced properly, or maybe you should let a third party developer in to add to your firmware so NTGR have to update this stuff. Voxel who produces a NTGR firmware fork for the R9000 and R7800 can kick new versions with updated packages and bug fixes in week or two while having a full time job. So why Does NTGR never update any of this code, and why don't you push them to do that? I had high hopes that Netduma would get NTGR to update this stuff, but the XR500 is still running the OpenSSL version1.0.2n released in Dec 2017, and its not like there hasn't been any CVE's for OpenSSL or newer versions to patch these security holes since December 2017 either. 
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in https prob   
    Your router is secured by a password, a complicated one I hope using the latest firmware, its not a "site" You are loging into a device, not Amazon. Although HTTPS would be better its does no harm as that side of things is not internet facing unless you have remote management on. Still use a complicated password and don't loose it and you will be fine.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in NETGEAR XR450 is this any good?   
    its the same as the XR500 with slower wifi speeds on 2.4Ghz. May as well get the XR500 really. XR500 came out first.
     
    XR500
    AC2600 (800Mbps @2.4GHz‚ÄĒ256QAM
    support +1733Mbps @ 5Ghz 11ac)  
    XR450
    ‚ÄĘ AC2400 ([email protected] [email protected] 11ac)
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    Killhippie got a reaction from SM961 in NETGEAR XR450 is this any good?   
    its the same as the XR500 with slower wifi speeds on 2.4Ghz. May as well get the XR500 really. XR500 came out first.
     
    XR500
    AC2600 (800Mbps @2.4GHz‚ÄĒ256QAM
    support +1733Mbps @ 5Ghz 11ac)  
    XR450
    ‚ÄĘ AC2400 ([email protected] [email protected] 11ac)
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    Killhippie got a reaction from raf1212 in https prob   
    Your router is secured by a password, a complicated one I hope using the latest firmware, its not a "site" You are loging into a device, not Amazon. Although HTTPS would be better its does no harm as that side of things is not internet facing unless you have remote management on. Still use a complicated password and don't loose it and you will be fine.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Locosano in qos not working   
    Reading this makes me believe that IPv6 will not be fully functional in the release of 3.0. I hope I'm wrong. Its the current internet protocol that supersedes IPv4 as there are no more blocks of IPv4 addresses (not enough to go around) and all the big and small ISP's are transferring to it the biggest in the UK are all using it pretty much now. Maybe have a chat with IDNet, they have been using it for over 5 years. You need to have PPPoE working, VLAN tagging working and IPv6 working, these are basic router functions that a £30 ISP router that's posted though your letterbox can do, yet it appears DumaOS cant handle these functions.

     The Netgear R7800 could do IPv6 with filtering on ICMP for supposed security, yet its brother the XR500 cant handle QoS and IPv6 on the upstream, and its as your devs quoted "it's not a requested feature" Some features are not meant to be requested they should be part of the routers basic functionality, as simple as that. With all the new options and oddities like seeing your internet usage where I know most people have unlimited plans these days (I imagine there are a few that don't and that will be useful but it feels like maybe you could have skipped that one) you are  not making the routers foundations as a tool to handle the internet in 2019/2020 rock solid on the  basic features, well that how it looks.

     Also you keep skipping conversations about patching, lots of new features no news on patching still. Why so secretive on some of the  basic things people need to know? Right now seeing new users asking the same questions over and over because they are hitting bugs introduced last December with Milestone 1.3 is truly painful, yet you guys have such great ideas and are truly thinking outside the box with new featues, so maybe get the basics done first?
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    Killhippie reacted to xlr8r in XR500 Firmware version 2.3.2.56 released.   
    would be a great feature...
    im sure there are lots of people out there like myself who would like to be able to access their router via www and use it to wake sleeping computers (or any device for that matter) on the network for remote access. rather than having to leave it on constantly....
    i really miss it from my old R7000 running custom DD-WRT firmware... Even the DD-WRT App had this feature which was absolutely brilliant!

     
     
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in New XR500 hotfix firmware for drop outs   
    I think it was a hotfix for wireless 802.11k issues with the router (fast roaming) it definitely does not contain the latest security patches.
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    Killhippie reacted to Netduma Fraser in qos not working   
    I can't give an estimate for any future updates so that doesn't mean it wouldn't be included in 3.0. We know what the bugs are and the developers are aware so they will be working on it. There are only so many times we can say that we don't have any information that we can share, I realise it's frustrating, it's frustrating for us as well.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Zippy in qos not working   
    Reading this makes me believe that IPv6 will not be fully functional in the release of 3.0. I hope I'm wrong. Its the current internet protocol that supersedes IPv4 as there are no more blocks of IPv4 addresses (not enough to go around) and all the big and small ISP's are transferring to it the biggest in the UK are all using it pretty much now. Maybe have a chat with IDNet, they have been using it for over 5 years. You need to have PPPoE working, VLAN tagging working and IPv6 working, these are basic router functions that a £30 ISP router that's posted though your letterbox can do, yet it appears DumaOS cant handle these functions.

     The Netgear R7800 could do IPv6 with filtering on ICMP for supposed security, yet its brother the XR500 cant handle QoS and IPv6 on the upstream, and its as your devs quoted "it's not a requested feature" Some features are not meant to be requested they should be part of the routers basic functionality, as simple as that. With all the new options and oddities like seeing your internet usage where I know most people have unlimited plans these days (I imagine there are a few that don't and that will be useful but it feels like maybe you could have skipped that one) you are  not making the routers foundations as a tool to handle the internet in 2019/2020 rock solid on the  basic features, well that how it looks.

     Also you keep skipping conversations about patching, lots of new features no news on patching still. Why so secretive on some of the  basic things people need to know? Right now seeing new users asking the same questions over and over because they are hitting bugs introduced last December with Milestone 1.3 is truly painful, yet you guys have such great ideas and are truly thinking outside the box with new featues, so maybe get the basics done first?
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    Killhippie reacted to Netduma Alex in XR500 blocking IPTV service   
    The router supports as many devices as you need. We can't help you with installing specific apps on your devices though as we didn't make those devices. Also as @Killhippie says, that specific app is legally pretty dodgy so we don't want anything to do with it.
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    Killhippie reacted to Netduma Fraser in [REQUEST] up limited bandwith   
    Definitely no need to use QoS with 10gbps, there is no way you'd saturate bandwidth that big if you're just a normal user of the internet.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from RosieGarner in XR500 blocking IPTV service   
    Vader streams is shut down look on YouTube (I had to google what Vader streams even was) also its pirated material so this isn't something to be talked about on this forum. I will also say I have never used or would condone the use of such services.
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