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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Open nat on ps4 and xbox one s   
    Try to access the ISP router with:
    Admin - telecomadmin
    Password - admintelecom 
    If that gets you access can you set DMZ or modem mode then?
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Open nat on ps4 and xbox one s   
    Just to double check, if you disable the Geo-Filter does your NAT status stay the same?
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Wifi drops a lot on my phones   
    Go to the Device Manager and make a note of the IP addresses for those devices. Next go to Settings on the LAN panel. Under DHCP you can see your devices listed, tick the devices and then enter the IP addresses you noted before and then apply. Let us know how you get on after that.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Jack in Expand wifi coverage home   
    It sounds like a great setup - you can connect your devices to either the Netduma or the extender depending on how strong the signal is. Then I'd just use QoS to prioritise your gaming devices.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Admin in Expand wifi coverage home   
    Hi - unfortunately you're probably at the limit of the hardware there on three floors. You could try changing the wireless channel in case the one you are currently using is especially congested.
    But realistically, you have a couple of sensible options:
    Cheap option - invest in a wireless extender: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_c_1_11?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=wireless+extender&sprefix=wireless+ex%2Caps%2C204&crid=2OB6KPA3L5CSH
    Expensive option - upgrade to a more powerful router: https://www.netgear.com/npg/
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Expand wifi coverage home   
    They operate the same software but the Netgear hardware is a lot better. The WiFi itself is what most people would upgrade for as it has AC. The CPU/RAM is higher as well.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Jack in Expand wifi coverage home   
    Hmm, that's weird. With a powerline adapter (just so you're clear on this) it's basically the same thing as connecting with an Ethernet cable. The adapter might as well not exist, it's just passing all the traffic directly to connected devices. If you aren't getting your full speeds through it, try connecting the wire from your router to the adapter into a PC instead, then run a speed test. Are you getting your full speeds through that PC?

    If you are, and you're using the same wire through the same router port, then you're getting your full speeds through the router itself. It'll be the adapter, secondary wire or connected device to blame at that stage
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Expand wifi coverage home   
    Can you provide screenshots of your Device Manager, Congestion Control, WAN, LAN and Miscellaneous settings pages please
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Expand wifi coverage home   
    Okay well sounds like you found the cause which isn't the router. You want to connect the powerlines together? I've never tried it so I don't know if it would work exactly. In theory if could work so give it a go
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    AzeRuS94 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Fortnite pc no es detectado por traffic prioritization information   
    Muchas gracias.
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    AzeRuS94 reacted to Netduma Jack in Powerlines adapter with netduma r1   
    Sorry, I didn't see this response! That's correct - hopefully that setup will do the trick. How is it working out for you?
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