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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Can't download and update games ps4 xr500   
    That should have done it, make sure it's applied then on the XR500 change Internet Setup to use a static IP as well then they both have that information and should be fine. Probably why the double NAT came back.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Can't download and update games ps4 xr500   
    Great! You've only selected the console so it wouldn't affect the PC. You would have to add another rule for the PC to prioritize games you play on PC. Selecting console service could prioritize other things on your PC if you were to select it but it varies depending on what you do, you could try this if you can't add a normal/port manual rule.
    You don't need to select those options it's fine as is at the moment. 
    Likely the router was rebooted which caused the IP to change. On the ISP router you could set the XR500 to have a static IP (the same one it has at the moment) and then it won't change in future.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Can't download and update games ps4 xr500   
    Okay so could you instead add the console service for the xbox and see if that works please.
    You won't lose speed via cable, even if you did for some reason gaming doesn't require much bandwidth so you'd still have plenty.
    Is your ISP router in modem mode or does it have the XR500 in its DMZ? If not enable one of those options and it should resolve NAT.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Can't download and update games ps4 xr500   
    What was your solution the last time this happened? It is most likely that you've port forwarded incorrectly or forwarded ports to a different device or something like this. What settings have you changed before it stopped working?
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in Can't download and update games ps4 xr500   
    Could you do a pingplotter test to that server so that we can see where the delay is occuring?
    Here's a guide: 
     
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    Well that all looks pretty good, which is annoying because now I can't explain the packet loss.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    I don't think 1% is significant enough to cause you any issues, it is likely a server issue such as when it is under heavy load.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    You need to check first to see if your connection is having these issues, follow this guide with the modem: http://support.netduma.com/en/support/solutions/articles/16000074717-diagnose-modem-internet-service-provider-issues then after that if there are no spikes/packet loss then do it with the router and saturate the connection while testing different percentages and find what works best for you.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    What firmware are you using? Have you tried this firmware for dropouts? It looks like you're experiencing dropouts.
     
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    The hotfix firmware is an alternate version of the current firmware that fixes disconnection issues.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    Oh right, on one of the graphs it looked like you were dropping out but I guess it was just excessive packet loss.
    Usually i'd recommend lowering the sliders if packet loss is occuring when your connection is busy.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    Well really what you want to do is start pingplotter, flood your connection (HD videos, downloads, so on) and then take the sliders down about 10% at a time until your ping looks stable in pingplotter.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    40/40 looks like the best out of that selection. I would also try 70/70, 80/80 etc. When you find a good one go up by 10 if it's bad then go down/up 5 between the good and bad result to really narrow it down.
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    AzeRuS94 got a reaction from Netduma Alex in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    -I did these tests with 40/40 slider( I think this is the best slider for me) while downloading a game and watching several streams at 1080p60fps.
    -About traffic not prioritized, the traffic table looks like that while doing the pingplotter.
    -I also made this tests with 40/40 no devices connected on dslreports.
     


     
     
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    With the bufferbloat sliders in the right place, the ping spikes shouldn't be happening. Maybe some traffic is being incorrectly prioritized? 
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in PACKET LOSS FORTNITE PC   
    Sounds like you've got it setup optimally as that's a good ping, however I wouldn't use the games console service for the PC as it could be prioritizing other things and could potentially cause that issue. Recommend you use the advanced section to add the ports that the game uses - leave the source ports as they are, just change the destination ports. May just be the servers, I assume you're selecting the correct region from the game menu? 
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in POOR XR500 WIFI RANGE   
    Firstly have you arranged the antennas so they're optimally positioned to point to all areas of the home?
    Are you using smart connect? If so disable that and use the 2.4 & 5GHz separately, 2.4GHz should have deep penetration of walls and should get you more range.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in POOR XR500 WIFI RANGE   
    What are the QoS settings you're using? If you disable QoS completely in Anti-Bufferbloat options do you get higher speeds?
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Killhippie in POOR XR500 WIFI RANGE   
    Did you change any of the wifi settings like WMM or turn on HT160 by any chance? I tend to find leaving 2.4ghz on automatic actually works best for me the router is good at finding the least congestied channel on its own. Maybe try turning off beamforming, HT160 (default is off) and MU-MIMO to see if that helps.As to aerial configuration it varies but not by much, I found 25 degress for the two side antenna and vertical for the center ones gave me the best performance. Experiment with aerial positioning but don't stick the side antenna at 45 degrees that's way to much. Imagine a doughnut from the tip of each aerial, that's how the signal is transmitted, also make sure the router is set up in a high position and away from walls or metal objects and points of electrical interference. My XR500 picks tansmits 2.4Ghz halfway down my road so I had to dial back the TX rate. 5ghz covers my entire bungalow quite happily and thats the least powerful signal. Also if you had a firmware update at set up maybe a factory reset would have been advisable before setting the router up, oddly enough that can help as Netgear routers can be very quirky as hell after a firmware update. :)
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Newfie in POOR XR500 WIFI RANGE   
    You mentioned an extender, are you still using this ?
    double check you have connected the aerials correctly, they are labelled for each slot. No idea what happens if they are connected to the wrong slots to be honest.
    I had to move my router to a central location to gain the best Wi-Fi, like you my old setup was one end of the house. I’ve also added an extender to reach outside and to be honest my old Apple TC had about the same Wi-Fi coverage. 
    I use an app called Wi-fi SweetSpots and worked out where I was struggling but moving the router central has helped greatly.
     
     
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in Best settings for achieve full speeds netduma r1.   
    You should turn both 2.4 and 5GHz off. WLAN basically means WiFi, so you should turn that off.
    Put the ISP router into bridge mode if you can. If not, put your XR500 into the DMZ of your ISP router.
    To do this, go to the System Information section of the XR500, write down the WAN IP, and put this WAN IP into the DMZ settings on your ISP router.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Alex in Best settings for achieve full speeds netduma r1.   
    Well the XR500 has better WiFi Speeds, MU-MIMO, a better CPU... Also the XR300 isn't compatible with Hybrid-VPN.
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    AzeRuS94 got a reaction from Netduma Alex in Best settings for achieve full speeds netduma r1.   
    I'm going to buy the xr500 so
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Admin in Optimal DumaOS Settings   
    Optimal DumaOS Settings Guides:
    Open NAT Geo-Filter Ping Assist QoS Hybrid VPN Maximum bandwidth speeds Dashboard, Network Monitor & Device Manager Before creating a topic in this forum, please make sure you have followed these guides. 
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    AzeRuS94 got a reaction from Netduma Alex in Best settings for achieve full speeds netduma r1.   
    Can this be the option for bridge mode??? 

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