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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in 5ghz vs cat5 (xr500   
    Have you changed any settings in Advanced WiFi Settings? Are you using Smart Connect for WiFi?
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in 5ghz vs cat5 (xr500   
    Do you experience this with any other wireless devices or just this one?
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Nuyorrican in 5ghz vs cat5 (xr500   
    By the way you can achieve 10/100/1000 speeds on a Cat 5 cable but it has to be Cat5e.
    https://lifehacker.com/whats-the-difference-between-these-ethernet-cables-and-5994163
    Just look on the cable and you should be able to read the cable type. If not try to pick up a Cat 6 cable if you want to be sure.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Bert in 5ghz vs cat5 (xr500   
    Why not just try both?
     
    I have 500/500 connection as well and I can easily achieve that on my devices in the same room, 300ish on the other end of the house.
     
    I have used the XR500 wifi for gaming as well, cable is preferred but it worked fine for me on wifi with PS4.
     
    If you plan to get another cable tomorrow or something, just use wifi for a day. Otherwise just install the CAT5 cable. You can easily swap to wifi from the menu.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in 5ghz vs cat5 (xr500   
    You've got some good advice here. I would always recommend using ethernet cables for gaming so either use the one you have or upgrade it to cat 6 so you can get your full speeds as well for when you download games/updates. Otherwise if you don't want to get a new cable then you could use 5GHz for downloading and it'll likely be faster.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to UK_Wildcats_Fans in 5ghz vs cat5 (xr500   
    For your console, the quality of the connection is usually way more important than the bandwidth. Many games don't really use much bandwidth. I would recommend using the cat 5 cable. 
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    AzeRuS94 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    Thanks for trying to help me👍
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in Best settings for xr500   
    Well, your ISP isn't being very helpful here are they. I don't know if it's going to be possible for us to get a totally open NAT here.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    I don't know why that would be, there must be some specific settings that it requires that you're not aware of. See if they are able to explain it while they're fixing it and then that will help us help you. Depends on the technician but see if they'll sort out the NAT issue for you with the router connected also.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    In that case there should be no reason at all that you can't plug a device directly into the modem and receive a connection. Nothing about your setup should be this difficult to get up and running optimally so it may be best to factory reset both the ISP hub and the router itself and start from scratch. There is a sticker on the router itself but I'm sure if you access the interface it doesn't give you that kind of warning so perhaps do it from the interface instead.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in Best settings for xr500   
    Hmm is there a settings backup option on the ISP router? If the sticker says not to do it, i'd be pretty nervous about doing it to be honest.
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    AzeRuS94 got a reaction from DanyKTM in Best settings for xr500   
    I wouldn't do a factory reset because there is a big sticker telling to not touch the factory reset button at the back of the router.😅
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to DanyKTM in Best settings for xr500   
    You should do factory reset on your ISP router, sometime when I used PPPoE to pass through my ISP router and I want come back straight to it, I must do factory reset and start by 0...
    After that, just connect your Xbox and configure your network.  Put your Xbox in DMZ to your ISP router,  that should work.  The Dumaos is very difficult to understand, I have many wifi issue with, DNS probleme etc.... 
     
    Good luck
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    If you remove the port forwards then and just using UPnP and completely turn off the other consoles - don't have them in rest mode - and reboot the Xbox after you've done this does the Xbox get an open NAT then.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in Best settings for xr500   
    If it's not forwarding the ports to your router then DMZ clearly isn't working correctly. Is your Router's WAN IP address set at static/reserved? It could be that it's forwarding the ports to the wrong address because the XR500's address changes.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Admin in Best settings for xr500   
    Yes you can enable UPNP too, it shouldn't cause any problems. Try that and see if you have an Open NAT afterwards.
    Also I'm not sure if this has been said by Fraser yet, but have you put your modem into Bridge mode? Or made sure all ports are forwarded to your router?  Follow this guide please:
     
    If you still don’t have an open NAT even though all the required ports have been forwarded, you may need to use DMZ on your ISP Modem or on your DumaOS powered router.
     
    First check if the Modem/Router has Modem or Bridge Mode as this is preferable over DMZ mode.
    To put your DumaOS powered router into the DMZ of your ISP Modem, first navigate to System Information. On the Internet Status panel, highlight the number next to ‘WAN IP Address’ and copy it. Next, head to the interface of your ISP Modem and go to the Security / Firewall Settings. You should see a box labelled ‘DMZ IP Address’. Paste the WAN IP Address into this box and make sure DMZ is enabled. You have now successfully put your router into DMZ mode.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    UPnP on, NAT = Open and the Xbox still reports a double NAT? On the Xbox you can have it using a certain port, what port have you got it set to? I'm only interested in what the console network settings says at the moment not what the game says.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Bert in Best settings for xr500   
    If you just plug your PS4 straight into your ISP router and use DMZ, on your PS4, does that fix things? Or Xbox for that matter.
     
    You have a FTTH connection judging by the bandwidth, so do you have a public IP or internal IP? If you have a internal IP and the above doesn't work you might have to resolve the issue with your ISP since that would mean there is an issue forwarding from them. 
     
    A good way to see if you have a internal or public IP is going into MW's network menu, and look what it says at external IP. This should match the WAN IP in your ISP's router. If not it's probably a internal IP. Another way is just google my IP, this should match your ISP router's WAN IP, or else you have a internal IP.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    Is the Xbox the one you port forwarded to 3074? If not you'll need to do that. If that doesn't work I don't think it will be possible for you to have an Open NAT on more than one console at a time unfortunately.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    Right that's slightly different then, it can be hard to get an Open NAT on multiple consoles. Have you done any port forwarding or DMZ at the moment? If so remove that and use UPnP and set NAT to open from secure. If that doesn't work then you'll need to try port forwarding, 3074 for one console and 3075 for the other.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    When you say it's moderate in the console network settings do you mean it says NAT Type 2? If so that is an open NAT and just means it is connected behind a router.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    Did you disable those options on the ISP modem/router?
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    That looks fine, the only thing I could think of that might possibly affect it is the static Internet Settings you've made but unlikely, could you try switching it to dynamic and see if anything changes? Is there definitely nothing else in your setup? Is there anything ahead of the hub such as an ONT?
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Bert in Best settings for xr500   
    I have to port forward UDP 3074 on my XR500 to have open NAT in CoD, even though I have uPNP on.
     
    So on your ISP router, either put the XR500 in DMZ or just forward all ports.
    On XR500, port forward UDP 3074.
     
    If you play Modern Warfare I would not worry too much about open NAT since they changed the way the matchmaking works, and because of that it's not so relevant anymore.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Best settings for xr500   
    Just disable UPnP on the ISP router for now, then check if you have an open NAT on the console network settings. If you don't you can try port forwarding but I think there is something on the ISP router preventing you from getting an open NAT could you provide us a screenshot of your DMZ settings on the hub and a screenshot of System Information please?
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