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  1. Hi all, Maybe a silly question, but I see the theme menu in the UI for the XR500, but there is no theme available at all.. Is there something to do to access the themes ? I am running the latest firmware version. Regards,
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  3. Indeed they do I have one icon for the XBox Wifi iface and one for the wired one. Happy to send you screenshots in MP, but my network is quite a busy one so it might not be super readable
  4. Thanks for the clarification.
  5. Hi Fraser, I can tell you that my XR500 runs with the latest firmware and it does not seem to be happy with it. The ethernet addresses the only difference is the last ethernet value :EA vs :E8, they are however both listed in the device manager, maybe because when looking at it in table mode, the connection is marked different (Wired v Wireless). Happy to send further info if required.
  6. Hello team, I do not know if I am doing something wrong, but there it is. I have a few devices that are on my internal network and their traffic goes through my XR500 router and these devices do not require internet access, for instance, management interfaces of my switches and management interfaces or my Powerline adapters. They show automatically in the Device Manager (which I am happy with), I then block them in the Device Manager as they do not need internet access, however, they are still listed in the QoS screen and as I use the share excess function, they are allocated some bandwidth. I was expecting them not to show in the QoS and hence have no bandwidth allocation. Could you please confirm if my expectation is wrong or not ? Thanks in advance,
  7. Hello team, A suggestion for DumaOS. I'd love to see the support for multi-homed (Multiple network interfaces) machine and group them under the same "host" to ease the configuration and bandwidth allocation. A typical example is an XBOX (supports both wired and Wifi), but if the wired interface is connected the wifi is not connected and vice and versa. So in the current situation, I had to define two "hosts" in the device manager and it added another machine in the QoS window and hence lowered all the other devices "reserved" bandwidth. I'd rather have a device that could be either of the Ethernet address and for which I could define one bandwidth allocation. All the best,
  8. Happy to contribute if I can. Looking forward to plenty of amazing features. Keep in the great work
  9. The use case is quite simple here. I'd like to monitor and analyse all the traffic that goes through my lan as well as my XR500. In fact I can do that from an WAN perspective (as I have a mirroring switch between the XR500 and my modem), but it seems I cannot do that from a LAN/Wifi perspective. PS: I work in network low latency monitoring... so it is kinda of the job kicking back in
  10. Hello dear team, I was wondering if there was a plan to create an advance monitoring configuration that would allow to do port mirroring? for instance, port 4 LAN mirroring all traffic from 1,2 and 3 but also the Wifi interfaces. The idea behind would be to figure out the traffic going through the router from a monitoring perspective. Thanks in advance.
  11. Hello team. First things first, a big thank you for your hard work. I am a XR500 user for a month now (and I love it). There are a few things that I believe would make it even better, that said, I didn't go through all the requests so some might be duplicate. Whilst being a gamer there are a few security features I'd like to see. * New device on the network: When a new device connects for the first time to the network (wired or not), having an "auto block" mode where an admin would have to connect and authorise the device to access the internet. Notification sent when a new device (unknown so far) connects onto the network (e-mail). * Network filtering / blocking: Having the possibility to define windows in the schedule with the possibility to have either authorise if in the window or block if in the window. (e.g. Can access internet from 8 AM to 9 AM and 4 PM to 7 PM), but also having a list of schedule for each day. (e.g. 8-10 am on Monday, Tuesday,... 10am-12 PM on Saturday). Define a per device list of schedule, for instance, device A has the schedule 1,2 and 3. Device B schedule 2 and 4 ... For instance, I have a child that plays his console and I want him to go to bed a 7 PM whilst another one older can have a bit longer access to the internet on school days. There are plenty more I'd like to see, but I think these ones are the top ones. I work in the software industry so I am very well aware that these requests are easier said than done, but hey, the only thing you risk when asking is getting a "no" back Can't wait to get 1.3 on my XR500. Looking forward hearing back from you. TheFx1
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