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  1. Interesting! Can we get the Cake Queue Discipline with the DumaOS?
  2. There's a difference maybe of 100Mbps. Task Manager will show about 750Mbps and the speed test in the browser will be around 650Mbps.
  3. Depending on which version of the firmware and on which WAN Port or SFP+ Port on XR700, my workstation CPU usage increase a bit more than normal compare to my WRT3200ACM where is not noticible. On the SFP+ Port with the v1.0.1.10 when you run a speedtest that reach above 940Mbps, my CPU usage on my workstation can get up to 40-50%. On the new beta, the speedtest is around 650Mbps and the CPU is at 30-40%. I also noticed that in the Task Manager -> Performance tab -> Scroll down to Ethernet -> The output value is higher there compare to the value seen on a speedtest.net or the ISP speed test.
  4. It feels snappier! It's not only the WAN Port-to-LAN but also on the SFP+ Port-to-LAN. You can no longer get the 1Gbps but a slower speed around 650Mbps.
  5. Factory reset with the "Erase button" on the WAN Port-to-LAN setup Wizard: It happens with the interface not responding with Chrome and I have to refresh the browser. Sometime I refresh the browser, it open 1 or 2 incognito windows in the tab. Factory reset with the "Erase Button or Reset Button" on the SFP+ Port-to-LAN setup Wizard: The button on the initial setup is not responsive when you click on next. I get sometime weird code on the page. Problem Detecting the Internet Connection.
  6. My personal Wifi SSID and personal Password are not reset during the setup Wizard in the latest public firmware and the new beta firmware.
  7. Thank you Alex, I really appreciate your answer!
  8. We still don't have any reply from Netgear for this topic but we already got 2 answers from Netduma Tech Support & Customer Support. Maybe Luke Barlow (Netduma CEO) or Lain Fraiser (Netduma CTO) could answer to my question: I would like to know how many years/ when the "Support End Date"/ version x.x.x.x until they stop releasing a DumaOS update on a Netgear XR700? Thank you,
  9. Yeah I know but I was hoping to see a "End of Life" for the hardware and a "Support End Date" for the Operating System. At least when you purchase a PC or a mobile device with a specific OS, you always know there's an expiration dates for each of their supports. For a user, I think it's important to know when the support will end for the DumaOS like most of Operating System (Windows, MacOS, iOS, or Android) have a "Support End Date" for each version of their OS.
  10. Thanks Alex but I would prefer to get an official answer published for a "Netgear XR700 Support End Date" coming from Netgear or Netduma. On the software side, It would be nice if the DumaOS become like a Windows OS, then Netduma would be able to send regularly a DumaOS upgrade directly to the users. On the hardware side, Netgear could just concentrated on the drivers and firmwares for their hardwares.
  11. Hello Netduma, The Netgear XR700 was announced in the end of august 2018 and I'm trying to find informations regarding the Netgear XR700 with DumaOS Lifecycle Policy. I would like to know how many years or when the "Support End Date" until they stop releasing a firmware update on a Netgear XR700 with DumaOS. Thank you,
  12. ToastyJ, The Factory Reset it's optional but it will make sure that everything will be reset to the default. If you want to do the Factory Reset: Press and hold the physical button "Reset" for 30 seconds on the XR700 or with the DumaOS -> Settings -> Administration -> Backup Settings -> Erase. Then make sure these 3 settings are set correctly: Bandwidth Allocation - Download and Upload must have a "REST DISTRIBUTION" on both so you can get a distribution equal number on every devices. Anti-Bufferbloat -> Hamburger Button (Options) -> Disabled QoS. Anti-Bufferbloat -> Apply: Never -> Download and Upload set at 100% Do your speed test on your ISP Speedtest or at Speedtest.net and you should see your 1000Mbps.
  13. Not really. Sometime after a factory reset some of my devices are not detected and labeled (Name & Device Type) correctly and some other devices (3 others computers and the Chromecast) on wired and wifi got disconnected. I need to manually reconnect or re-setup them.
  14. When I disable the WAN Port mirroring to LAN Port 1, my internet connection on the WAN Port is getting back to 650Mbps but it will not get the 1 Gbps like the SFP+ Port which I already reported in the topic "XR700 is not reaching the 940Mbps speed on the WAN Port ". Is it normal that when you enable the WAN Port mirroring to LAN Port 1, the WAN Port is dropping my internet speed from 650Mbps to 84Mbps on the XR700?
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