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  1. Ok thanks for the help I will put the xfinity in bridge mode.
  2. What do u mean physical setup? I have my netduma r1 plugged into my xfinity router/ modem
  3. Last night my ping was between 24-35. So how do I setup the below u suggested. Would suggest if it is possible to have ISP modem/router > R1 > all devices and should then notice a bigger difference.
  4. Thanks Frazier I just wanted to make sure I have all my settings correct. I played a few BO4 games last night and feel like I’m a frame or 2 behind. I have a open Nat speed of 4103mbps but getting destroyed in every lobby. I have my distance set at 691miles.
  5. Thanks for the help Alex, can you tell me how do I setup my network settings on my netduma r1. What fields do I need fill out to make sure I get a good smooth connect.
  6. Question I wanted to knw what do I set my bandwidth allocation download and upload speed on the distribution tree for my PS4 pro for black ops 4 I’m using my netdumar1 to run my PS4 Pro only
  7. thanks for the information Fraser, i will update accordingly.
  8. Thanks for the information I will turn this function in the netduma. Fraser are there any other settings I need to enable to run smoothly.
  9. Thanks Jack for that info. In the network setting of my netduma r1 I have external port 9308 and 3074 listed in my UPnP settings. Should I turn this setting on?
  10. What I don’t understand when I had my PS4 pro connected to the xfinity I was getting 200mbps download and 6mbps upload. Going through the netduma I’m getting 38.6mbps download and 2.0mbps upload.
  11. Thanks Jack what are things I need to make sylvite are running correctly. I was able to get in lobbies connect speed are still really low when I run speed test on my PS4 pro. Do I need to enable or disable the UPnP on my netduma? I don’t have that opinion enabled on my xfinity modem/router
  12. Once I enter the Wan IP in my dmz of the xfinity in the DMZ host v4. Will that be all I have to do to complete this process and have my netduma r1 running correctly?
  13. Fraser So I had to disable bridge mode on my xfinity modem/router to bring up the dmz settings. I tried entering the netduma wan ip address in the dmz settings. The message that came up was DMZ v4 host address is beyond the valid range. It also is a calling for a DMZ v6 address as well. I did enable the UPnP setting on the netduma.
  14. Ok I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong I tried putting in the netduma wan ip address infinity dmz setting in host v4 and it says the number is invalid. Smh
  15. Fraser, To make sure we on the same page turn on UPnP and put WAN IP in theDMZ xfinity router
  16. Ok in my network setting on my netduma in the UPNP settings. The UPNP setting is not enabled on my netduma r1. I have 2 descriptions showing my ps4 pro and demonware port mapping with 93080 and 3074 ports list
  17. Thanks I will add this information to my xfinity router /modem. By doing this will just keep my NAT open. Does it serve any other purpose?
  18. Jack, Ok in the DMZ section on my xfinity do I have to put the WAN IP number in the DMZ v4 and DMZ v6? See attach pic as a reference.
  19. What information from the R1 do I need to put in the DMZ of your Xfinity?
  20. I’m not sure what u mean by a Static IP up address. I have never setup a static up address.
  21. No UPNP is not on, and no to port forwarding. I was told these steps are not nessasary. All I had to don was put my modem /router in bridge mode and add my console to the netduma and be good to go. I have not mess with no other setting in the R1
  22. My setup is the R1 connected to a xfinity modem-router in bridge mode. Now when I test my speed on my PS4 Pro. I’m getting low speed numbers. Smh..... Download speed 38.6 Upload speed 2.0
  23. I haven’t tried that I will try that next time if that does work. Will I need to change my up and download speeds on my R1?
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