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  1. I would like to know how can we delete a mapping under the UPnP Portmap Table under Settings > Advanced Settings > UPnP. I have a wireless camera that I changed the ports on and the old ports still exist. This is causing an issue trying to configure my cameras. I rebooted the camera, I turned it off for an hour and then turned it back on. I turned off the UPNP on the router and turned it back on but that did not resolve the issue I rebooted the router I just need a manual way to remove this UPnP Portmap table mapping.
  2. I feel silly posting this however, ever since I upgraded to using the Xr500 router I have had higher than normal lag in World of Warcraft. Prior to upgrading this router I would usually sit anywhere between 50 and 57ms lag. Now my home lag is consistently 97 to 106 while my world server is 53ms. Latest Firmware rev is installed ISP = Cable Modem 300mb Down 20mb Up I added my machine to the GEO filter and selected World Of Warcraft (Spectating Mode) I've disabled QOS I have Anti-Bufferbload set to Never Bandwidth Allocation I have my PC set to the most for download and upload I'm using a Wired Connection Router has been restarted multiple times Cable modem is fine, when I connect my pc directly to the cable modem. I do not experience these issues. I would love to work through these issues with the XR500 but I am just frustrated that I bought a "Gaming Router" but I'm having the worst issues with gaming with this router. I would love any suggestions to my above settings and I am willing to provide screenshots to help troubleshoot.
  3. Thank you for the response. 1. Are these drops both on wireless and wired? All PC's and Wireless Devices stay connected to the network (NO INTERNET, just connected to the network so I can view my wireless cameras). I can connect to the router by going to http://www.routerlogin.net 2. Do you have an Xbox One connected to the router? Yes I do, Its rarely used but is connected (Wireless) 3. Is the router in a ventilated place(i.e. no obvious risk of overheating?) Yes, this sits on top of an office desk in a very well ventilated air conditioned room. 4. Do you have to reboot the router to restore internet, or does it just come back a while later? The first time it happened (A week ago), I power cycled everything, starting at the router, going back to the cable modem then we regained internet connectivity. Fast forward to today when this occurred (Round 2), I first rebooted the router from NETDUMAOS (Reboot option) then waited. It obtained an IP from the cable modem but none of our pc's could browse the web for 10 minutes after it obtained the IP (It gets the same IP from the modem every time whenever it makes a connection), so I then tested my pc on the cable modem directly and I was able to browse the web again so I power cycled the cable modem, and then I just rebooted the router once more from the NetDumaOS. 5. Have you set any manual DHCP rules? Negative (Only 6 IP Reservations no port forwarding etc) However no port forwarding, port triggering etc. Also, UPnP is on and is forwarding external high ports to internal high ports for my security cameras.
  4. Hey there, I just wanted to chime in here. I had just posted this I am experiencing the exact same thing as OP Also Sun, with the dos attack, I got the same thing its a microsoft IP [DoS Attack: SYN/ACK Scan] from source: 23.102.225.47, port 9692, Saturday, January 05, 2019 14:30:59 I get those also when I play world of warcraft. I get the following [DoS Attack: RST Scan] from source: 24.105.29.21, port 80, Saturday, January 05, 2019 17:39:19 [DoS Attack: RST Scan] from source: 24.105.29.21, port 80, Saturday, January 05, 2019 17:39:07 [DoS Attack: RST Scan] from source: 24.105.29.21, port 80, Saturday, January 05, 2019 17:37:31 [DoS Attack: RST Scan] from source: 24.105.29.21, port 80, Saturday, January 05, 2019 17:36:36 When I lookup that IP its blizzard entertainment.
  5. I know there are probably a lot of factors that goes into losing network connectivity however, I never had this issue before with my previous router. The Asus RT-AC87U. I purchased the XR500 and I updated to firmware version v2.3.2.40 I am experiencing these random internet outages with the router. I know this is solely on the router because once my wife says "Hey did we just lose internet again?" I look over at the router. All of the lights are white so I unplug my pc from the router, connect my pc directly into the modem (which has all of its lights on) and I immediately regain internet connectivity. I'm fairly competent when it comes to troubleshooting these types of issues with unplugging everything rebooting everything but this XR500 will just randomly lose all connectivity and its rather annoying. The router runs good for a few days and then I have to power down the router completely, turn it back on. Unplug and re-plug the connection to the cable modem and then wait 5 minutes for it to establish that it has a connection with the cable modem. I can still return this router however, I genuinely like netgear products. Id also like to eventually take advantage of the Netduma features. I've disabled QoS, I had some strange issues with QoS and speed so I disabled QoS. I'm also using hardwired connections to the router from 2 pc's Not using Geo-Filter either. Anyway, thanks for reading this!
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