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    Killhippie reacted to Netduma Jack in Themes on XR500   
    One day hopefully it's not super important to auto-detect the device types, just so long as you have the option to change it yourself. It'd be nice to have though!
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    Killhippie reacted to sharpz44 in Themes on XR500   
    Killhippie ,I just had the Asus Rog Rapture GT Ax , and they have it implemented so well with devices in the the network map ,even Amazon logo shows on them, all others are are really good as well and shows what the device is once connected ,so hope Netgear implement something similar 
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Zippy in Announcement: NETGEAR launch the Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 Router: Powered by DumaOS   
    This looks like a R6400v2, in which case the antennas are part of the unit and cant be replaced, and its a broadcom BCM4708C0 Soc that's 3 years old, like the XR500 and XR700 Socs that are Qualcomm IPQ8065 and Annapurna Labs Alpine AL-514 respectively, and are both from 2016 too. I would not be surprised if the XR450 was dropped along the way at some point. Its to close to the XR500, the XR300 makes more sense, so the jump in Wi-Fi and CPU specs are spaced apart more widely so you have 1Ghz, 1.7Ghz and quad 1.7Ghz. Right now the XR450 is still using the XR500 CPU and I bet sales of it are not so great, its to close to the XR500 for NTGR profit margins.

     NTGR  is recycling old hardware again by having DumaOS as the overlay. None of the routers released so far are actually new hardware at all.  No AX8 or AX12 machines with DumaOS although I'm sure they will come with a huge price tag, I mean the AX12 is £443 in its non gaming form. NTGR appear to be making money for rope. (common expression in England and means easily earned or easily obtained money with the suggestion of having sold something that is normally considered low value)  NTGR must be raking it in by selling 3 year old hardware and making it look like its new, when its really three years out of date.

     With AX  out this year,  Wi-Fi 6 is the new standard over 802.11ac(Wi-Fi 5) and boosts 2.4Ghz up to 1.2Gbps and 5Ghz up to 4.8Gbps buy having 8-12 streams at once depending on what router you buy, its very important for improved Wi-Fi  connectivity going forward, and the new WPA3 standard for security as well.
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    Killhippie reacted to Netduma Admin in Xr500 firmware updates   
    We agree too! We have that with that our own R1, we have a bunch of beta testers who can help us find all bugs very quickly. Can't make promises but the plan is for this to be the same with NG hardware too 😊
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    Killhippie reacted to Sunaikinti in Xr500 firmware updates   
    Sounds like you need more testing done on the new firmwares. Release them as betas and you could have thousands of beta testers, us! This will track down bugs faster. Openwrt has new builds daily. Let us help you make your product the best it can be!
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    Killhippie reacted to acanadian in Xr500 firmware updates   
    I agree, there needs to be beta builds that people can test.  Use this community!
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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 AI_EXREYFOX 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 Rhino90 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 Zippy 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 azza10 in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    R1 is really old and not even dual band Zippy. Also the CPU has no grunt for modern 4K streaming etc. I would suggest trying a R7800, same hardware as the XR500 but 128mb less flash ram, but better QoS using Qualcomms Streamboost. You can then use Voxels firmware to update all the packages that NTGR fail to. The XR500 is due a update, its just over 3 mths since the last one, lots of bugs need squashing but so far nothing has been released yet. Quarterly updates if you are lucky is not the way a company should update its routers especially ignoring things like miniupnd and OpenSSL etc. The latter having been patched by NTGR but not publicly and is still at version 1.0 which is over a decade old. Not sure about OpenGPL for the new AX routers but they are a hot mess right now anyway and not to be bought in my view till the final draft later in the year and the possibility of new new silicon that will work with the final features that present SoCs probably wont.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from azza10 in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    I would say Streamboost is better and once set is relax and forget. FQ_CoDel  and Cake are both great, maybe you should have a look at Streamboost that's nestling under the hood of the XR500 still in NTGRS firmware or check out Cake, both work brilliantly. No offence to DumaOS which eclipses the Netgear GUi too, but I'm pretty much in the same boat as Sunaikinti. geo really helps but the R7800 QoS is much simpler, sadly no hardware acceleration with OpenSSL as NTGR never updated it from two+ years ago, although Voxel has, but QoS on DumaOS can be a pain, and after asking for months for guides for setting bandwidth for devices like printers and soundbars and Wi-Fi speakers, even phones and tablets still nothing. I really have no idea what my printer should be set to download or upload wise, or my iPhone XS or iPad Pro or Zeppelin Wireless, Its all guess work. Streamboost handled all this automatically and still gave you the option to adjust it manually as well. If DumaOS could do that or give the option for that function it would be brilliant.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Netduma Jack in Best settings for low bandwidth connection   
    If you ran pingplotter that would give a great view of your network, blocking every other device from using upload traffic is really not needed and is very heavy handed approach also unless you live on your own that's going to effect other devices in a negative way. There reaches a point where you just either need a better package from your provider, or a dedicated line for gaming only if that's the best stats you can get.AS I mentioned unless unless you live on your own and don't mind your LAN grinding to a halt upload wise its going to cause issues on the LAN with other peoples kit and devices that need to communicate on that uplink, and gaming traffic is already prioritised so that should not happen anyway as has been explained. Since games take <0.5mbps I would have run pingplotter as Jack mentioned to see if your network does get saturated, rather than trying to just block everything on the upload because you assume it does. The people helping you here know a lot about DumaOS, more than most as they work with it every day, so listening to them and running tests they may ask for would be a much more productive approach and may be better for the network you game on too. Hope it all works out.
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    Killhippie reacted to Sunaikinti in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    I just like being able to set bandwidth limits per device and priorities per device also. Example, gaming first, media second, pcs third and torrents/downloads last. And limit bandwidth to my son's pc because he's always downloading something. 
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    Killhippie got a reaction from xlr8r in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    I would say Streamboost is better and once set is relax and forget. FQ_CoDel  and Cake are both great, maybe you should have a look at Streamboost that's nestling under the hood of the XR500 still in NTGRS firmware or check out Cake, both work brilliantly. No offence to DumaOS which eclipses the Netgear GUi too, but I'm pretty much in the same boat as Sunaikinti. geo really helps but the R7800 QoS is much simpler, sadly no hardware acceleration with OpenSSL as NTGR never updated it from two+ years ago, although Voxel has, but QoS on DumaOS can be a pain, and after asking for months for guides for setting bandwidth for devices like printers and soundbars and Wi-Fi speakers, even phones and tablets still nothing. I really have no idea what my printer should be set to download or upload wise, or my iPhone XS or iPad Pro or Zeppelin Wireless, Its all guess work. Streamboost handled all this automatically and still gave you the option to adjust it manually as well. If DumaOS could do that or give the option for that function it would be brilliant.
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    Killhippie reacted to Zippy in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    Thanks Killhippie! I know you have the good knowledge of Netgears stuff.. I appreciate all the advice..  In my eyes the one key thing a router needs is good QoS..  That is by far one of the most important factors for me.. I cant agree more.. This is why I love firmware's like Voxels, Merlin and alike.. They update things that normally aren't by the manufacture.. And when one does have an issue they take care of it in a very timely manner.. And its always good to chat with them on snb.. I am shocked we haven't had any firmware update for the XR500 yet and also feel that needs to be corrected.. As far as the R1 I understand what you mean.. It would be cool to try one just for a fun factor.  One of the best QoS routers ive had to date has been the EdgeX.. Was a bit amazed how well that little thing worked. One thing that would help also for NetDumasOS would be to have a section in the QoS that would ask what type of connection one has.. Like dsl, cable, vdsl, fiber.. And apply that QoS to the type of connection one has because you cant apply the same type of QoS for all types of providers/connections. They all respond different to various types of QoS.. So each one really needs to be applied in a different manner.. As fast as technology is moving these days what was once good is outdated weeks later or something better is being made.. Specially in the QoS field..  I will look into some of your suggestions.. Thanks again!
    Zippy.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Zippy in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    I would say Streamboost is better and once set is relax and forget. FQ_CoDel  and Cake are both great, maybe you should have a look at Streamboost that's nestling under the hood of the XR500 still in NTGRS firmware or check out Cake, both work brilliantly. No offence to DumaOS which eclipses the Netgear GUi too, but I'm pretty much in the same boat as Sunaikinti. geo really helps but the R7800 QoS is much simpler, sadly no hardware acceleration with OpenSSL as NTGR never updated it from two+ years ago, although Voxel has, but QoS on DumaOS can be a pain, and after asking for months for guides for setting bandwidth for devices like printers and soundbars and Wi-Fi speakers, even phones and tablets still nothing. I really have no idea what my printer should be set to download or upload wise, or my iPhone XS or iPad Pro or Zeppelin Wireless, Its all guess work. Streamboost handled all this automatically and still gave you the option to adjust it manually as well. If DumaOS could do that or give the option for that function it would be brilliant.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Zippy in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    R1 is really old and not even dual band Zippy. Also the CPU has no grunt for modern 4K streaming etc. I would suggest trying a R7800, same hardware as the XR500 but 128mb less flash ram, but better QoS using Qualcomms Streamboost. You can then use Voxels firmware to update all the packages that NTGR fail to. The XR500 is due a update, its just over 3 mths since the last one, lots of bugs need squashing but so far nothing has been released yet. Quarterly updates if you are lucky is not the way a company should update its routers especially ignoring things like miniupnd and OpenSSL etc. The latter having been patched by NTGR but not publicly and is still at version 1.0 which is over a decade old. Not sure about OpenGPL for the new AX routers but they are a hot mess right now anyway and not to be bought in my view till the final draft later in the year and the possibility of new new silicon that will work with the final features that present SoCs probably wont.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Sunaikinti in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    R1 is really old and not even dual band Zippy. Also the CPU has no grunt for modern 4K streaming etc. I would suggest trying a R7800, same hardware as the XR500 but 128mb less flash ram, but better QoS using Qualcomms Streamboost. You can then use Voxels firmware to update all the packages that NTGR fail to. The XR500 is due a update, its just over 3 mths since the last one, lots of bugs need squashing but so far nothing has been released yet. Quarterly updates if you are lucky is not the way a company should update its routers especially ignoring things like miniupnd and OpenSSL etc. The latter having been patched by NTGR but not publicly and is still at version 1.0 which is over a decade old. Not sure about OpenGPL for the new AX routers but they are a hot mess right now anyway and not to be bought in my view till the final draft later in the year and the possibility of new new silicon that will work with the final features that present SoCs probably wont.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Sunaikinti in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    I would say Streamboost is better and once set is relax and forget. FQ_CoDel  and Cake are both great, maybe you should have a look at Streamboost that's nestling under the hood of the XR500 still in NTGRS firmware or check out Cake, both work brilliantly. No offence to DumaOS which eclipses the Netgear GUi too, but I'm pretty much in the same boat as Sunaikinti. geo really helps but the R7800 QoS is much simpler, sadly no hardware acceleration with OpenSSL as NTGR never updated it from two+ years ago, although Voxel has, but QoS on DumaOS can be a pain, and after asking for months for guides for setting bandwidth for devices like printers and soundbars and Wi-Fi speakers, even phones and tablets still nothing. I really have no idea what my printer should be set to download or upload wise, or my iPhone XS or iPad Pro or Zeppelin Wireless, Its all guess work. Streamboost handled all this automatically and still gave you the option to adjust it manually as well. If DumaOS could do that or give the option for that function it would be brilliant.
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    Killhippie reacted to Zippy in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    Hey Fraser.. What the Op is saying is also something im experiencing as well and have been for sometime now.. UPnP is not properly doing its job. It becomes stagnant. If I do a hard reset to the router and jump into a game its fine.. But with the very next new session it sometimes does not refresh to pick up any additional new ports if there are any.. Its not a problem if the next new session doesn't have any new ports but that is very hit and miss. Every new session usually always has a new port. Also even when the session is over and the said device is no longer online UPnP is still showing active.. Even when I pull the ethernet cord from the said device days later it still shows its active.. Which just tells you that UPnP has become unreliable at this point.. And ones NAT type will become inaccurate.. Again this is something ive reported almost 5 months ago.. This is not a visual error.. Im starting to see that used a lot on here for a answer to issues these routers are having..  If it was a visual error one would not have a performance hit from this with each new session.. One can easily test this using wireshark..  Things like this need to be resolved in a much more timely manner. Now this is likely a Netgear issue.. But also don't forget that DumaOS is on it as well and I would make sure Netgear is representing you guys properly.. Is there any beta firmware's out there that you or Netgear ever let people test? If so how can I become part of this?  Again please don't take this to heart.. These are issues that ive been trying to express for sometime and what causes this is uncertain to me..  But its literally impossible to help with things like this without any test or trial from either Netgear or NetDuma..
    Zippy.
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    Killhippie reacted to Sunaikinti in UPnP Drop and Not Working   
    Upnp needs to be updated to the latest miniupnpc. That's on netgear. Good luck with that. They haven't updated it in years.
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Pook in New XR500 Firmware Version V2.3.2.40   
    A ups provides power to each unit as needed, its not providing less power like a cheap 4 plug extension lead. Also if its a pure sinewave one the power supply is cleaner than that from the mains and prolongs life of units attached to it. You have one plug per slot on the back for one plug per device smaller UPSs may have 6 and larger ones eight or more, they have huge batteries, auto voltage regulation for brownouts and surges as well and earth points. Mine have room for slot in cards for remote configuration and they sense in milliseconds changes in current and kick in. They are not like a simple surge protector or power strip, hence a APC 1000 Smart UPS which I use for my study costs about £480.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/APC-Smart-UPS-1000VA-LCD-230V-x/dp/B0076Q33IM

    I have a smaller 750 Volt amp on for the lounge, and a 700 volt amp one for smaller electronic devices I protect too, they even have hot swappable batteries. No lack of voltage for each device occurs here. They are used in server rooms a lot, so have to be able to dish out the needed voltage all the time. Running computers without them is crazy in this day and age, same with consoles, TV's etc and easily pass the simple power needs for a router       
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    Killhippie got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in New XR500 Firmware Version V2.3.2.40   
    A ups provides power to each unit as needed, its not providing less power like a cheap 4 plug extension lead. Also if its a pure sinewave one the power supply is cleaner than that from the mains and prolongs life of units attached to it. You have one plug per slot on the back for one plug per device smaller UPSs may have 6 and larger ones eight or more, they have huge batteries, auto voltage regulation for brownouts and surges as well and earth points. Mine have room for slot in cards for remote configuration and they sense in milliseconds changes in current and kick in. They are not like a simple surge protector or power strip, hence a APC 1000 Smart UPS which I use for my study costs about £480.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/APC-Smart-UPS-1000VA-LCD-230V-x/dp/B0076Q33IM

    I have a smaller 750 Volt amp on for the lounge, and a 700 volt amp one for smaller electronic devices I protect too, they even have hot swappable batteries. No lack of voltage for each device occurs here. They are used in server rooms a lot, so have to be able to dish out the needed voltage all the time. Running computers without them is crazy in this day and age, same with consoles, TV's etc and easily pass the simple power needs for a router       
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    Killhippie got a reaction from N3CR0 in Announcement: NETGEAR launch the Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 Router: Powered by DumaOS   
    I wouldn't buy any router yet tbh, AX is just around the corner, with much better Wi-Fi when the clients are released and it comes out of draft later this year . AX Wi-Fi 6 routers will be so much better in congested areas on both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz bands, also with 64 bit SoC's, WPA3 and more ram they are the routers to be watching. I imagine NTGR will do a AX8 and AX12 version with DumaOS at some point.

     I beta tested the AX12 and its a monster, Quad Core 2.4Ghz CPU, 64 bit Soc, 1GB ram, 12 stream Wi-Fi 6 so up to 1.2Gbps over 2.4Ghz 4x4 and 4.8Gbps over 5Ghz 8x8, it makes the XR700 look old, which it is since its a R9000 from 2016 with DumaOS added. Also gaming it didn't have DumaOS and the AX12 played great with my gaming needs and a switch. No matter how much I love DumaOS updates take way to long with Netgear, its approaching 3 months again on the XR500. I would rather have the AX12 with just NTGR firmware or a pure DumaOS device.

     2.3.2.40 is buggy for one the table view in device manger on DumaOS has port mapping back to front to NTGRS on the same device, that makes no sense, in fact every release has been buggy in one way or another on all of the XR routers depending on your configuration and I imagine its hard for Netduma  to push NTGR to update in a reasonable time frame. DumaOS does not even support IPv6 with its proprietary QoS, FQ_CoDel and Cake do.

     I see that omission as kind of inexcusable on a router released in 2018, no router should be released in 2018 or 2019 which relies on IPv4 solely for its main functionality , especially when the router it was built off of supported IPv6 with Qualcomm's Streamboost QoS. (XR500 is a R7800 with just 512mb of flash over the R7800's 256mb of flash). Also NTGR are just way to slow as has been mentioned many times with updates, then regressions and bugs and then 3 months before a fix and then more yet bugs. Its tiresome. At least with the R1 you have pure DumaOS and a router like the AX12 just NTGR code, so as I see it less to go wrong overall. Also more chances of third party builds for NTGR models like Voxels great R7800 build, which make the routers safer and faster.
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