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    Boldshoter30 got a reaction from TrayDay in DUMAOS XR500 BO4 MW PS4 SETTINGS FOR BETTER HIT DETECTION   
    I knew about this for a while but refused to go back to limiting bandwidth on my ps4 on bandwidth allocation share access off on down and, up I pay for 1GB Fiber speed with a 56MS base ping on BO4
    if I just ran a good 1gb connection I suffer... suffer and suffer some more with hit detection and people being bullet sponges, taking advantage of LAG COMPENSATION which is not golden for every game but most games 7 out of 10 games have a crispy hit detection, a bad ps4 speed connection = good connection on CALL OF DUTY remember that I had to lower the speed settings in the Xr500 from 1gb 900 download to 255mbps and 900 mbps upload to 244 mbps I will post screen shots down below it works for me most likely will work for you only reason I had to lower down the bandwidth is to get my ps4 down to those speeds




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    Boldshoter30 got a reaction from Alex49H in CAT 6 to CAT 7 JITTER BYE BYE   
    seem to have found a way to completely eliminate jitter for good, when I was running CAT 6 cables not 6A, even with anti-bufferbloat enabled set correctly I was still running into jitter on ping plotter, noticeable difference for gaming to, either was hit or miss, like always for me pinging twitter still gives jitter, but google straight as a arrow with CAT 7 Tera Grand from fiber Modem to XR500, and for the ps4, and my PC here is some screen shots down below.
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    Boldshoter30 got a reaction from BIG__DOG in CAT 6 to CAT 7 JITTER BYE BYE   
    that's a nice stable line now, I'm sure it was a lot worse with unshielded cables, makes me wonder why router companies don't give shielded cables no hate directed towards them though, glad I made the switch though, when I was completely oblivious no know how or what shielded, or unshielded cables are, and the benefits for shielded, noticed a drastic change in my gaming hit detection, plus with CAT 7 little bit higher speeds for my gigabit connection, which my ISP caps to 800 - 875MBPS ish , replaced every cable with CAT 7 double shielded, including the inner twisted strands are shielded, as well from outside interference's, no more packet loss as well.    
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    Boldshoter30 reacted to BIG__DOG in CAT 6 to CAT 7 JITTER BYE BYE   
    Well, it's a funny old thing and coincidence this topic should appear. This prompted me to check my cables and run a BQM. I found massive spikes and the only thing I had altered in my network lately was to add a Netgear S8000 switch...........Yes, I used the friggin cable it came with (UTP which I hadn't noticed) as it was only 12inches long and was a perfect length. I had a heart attack this morning when I checked my BQM so I repleced that cable and hopefully my BQM wil;l be level again. Just goes to show a slight overlook on your cables can be horrific!
    Pingplotter ran as soon as I swapped cable.................................BQM shows horrific spikes and packet loss........cable swapped over at 2pm.
     
    Now all I need is interleaving to go away and drop back down to 7ms ping!
     


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    Boldshoter30 reacted to Netduma Jack in Announcement: DumaOS on Netduma R1 in Final Beta Testing   
    As soon as the ability to change your theme is a feature (which I'm sure it will be before long) I'll make sure there's an R1 legacy theme - Cheetah and all.
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    Boldshoter30 reacted to BIG__DOG in CAT 6 to CAT 7 JITTER BYE BYE   
    There are 2 types of ethernet cables, STP and UTP. STP (shielded Twisted Pair) are the better choice of the 2. They help protect the data flowing through them from electrical and radio interference. A lot of folk just pick up cables without checking if they are STP or UTP. UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair)  are mainly used in home networks mainly shipped with devices that come with ethernet cables (like a cheap ass isp supplied modem/router).
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    Boldshoter30 reacted to Netduma Jack in CAT 6 to CAT 7 JITTER BYE BYE   
    That's a nice smooth line. I'm glad you've got your jitter sorted out!
    For anyone else looking to reduce jitter - CAT-7 cables can help, as can just replacing older Ethernet wires. Upgrading your modem can also help - often the simpler and cheaper options can be more stable but do your research. The main factor for improving jitter / spikes tends to be your ISP line though, and unfortunately for lots of people you can get stuck with a really bad line. In that case, it's up to your ISP to sort it out, and taking Pingplotter tests is a great way to gather evidence to get your ISP to take action.
    Cheers Boldshoter
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    Boldshoter30 got a reaction from BIG__DOG in CAT 6 to CAT 7 JITTER BYE BYE   
    seem to have found a way to completely eliminate jitter for good, when I was running CAT 6 cables not 6A, even with anti-bufferbloat enabled set correctly I was still running into jitter on ping plotter, noticeable difference for gaming to, either was hit or miss, like always for me pinging twitter still gives jitter, but google straight as a arrow with CAT 7 Tera Grand from fiber Modem to XR500, and for the ps4, and my PC here is some screen shots down below.
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    Boldshoter30 reacted to BIG__DOG in Announcement: DumaOS on Netduma R1 in Final Beta Testing   
    We are still ironing out a few bugs, but it is performing very well indeed. I doubt it will be long now.
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    Boldshoter30 reacted to Netduma Luke in Announcement: DumaOS on Netduma R1 in Final Beta Testing   
    We have some good news to share: DumaOS for the Netduma R1 is now in the final stages of beta testing!  
    As many of you know, this has taken so much longer than we anticipated, but our developers have now resolved all the major issues. This means that DumaOS for the R1 is stable and crucially, backwards compatible, so you can go back to the original R1 firmware if you prefer. A big thank you to all the beta testers who worked tirelessly with us to get to this point. 
    We are tidying up some last loose ends to make it ready for full release. We will let you know it is ready to download across all our media platforms. Be sure to sign up to the DumaOS mailing list so you are the first to know when it's out.
    Stay tuned!

    The ND Team


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    Boldshoter30 got a reaction from Netduma Admin in Cloud - Incorrect Server Locations   
    Call Of Duty WW2 PS4
     
    ID : b52dc48fca54484d 28ms ping east coast
     
    my Location Clovis New Mexico, the server should be in Dallas texas
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    Boldshoter30 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in How do I disable WPS on XR500 router?   
    this is how you disable WPS, is disabling the WPS PIN in the advanced wireless settings..   
     
     
     
     
     

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    Boldshoter30 reacted to e38BimmerFN in 9.9.9.9 DNS   
    I use both 1.1.1.1 and Quad 9... Works well for me.
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    Boldshoter30 reacted to Netduma Admin in WHY IS MY 168.1.1 PING HIGH PINGING GOOGLE??   
    Hi Boldshoter - could you try each of these and rerun the test each time to see if it fixes the problem:
     
    1. Power your XR500 off and then back on again
    2. Switch your ethernet cables out for new ones (this has the look of a faulty cable)
    3. Try using a different LAN port on the rear of the XR500 in case you have a faulty port
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