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  1. Yes, it used to work resolving hostnames across my Netgear C7000. I have found I also can't resolve from fedora <--> fedora. It's an XR700.
  2. Hi there! I'm having issues connecting to Windows from Mac OS 10.14.5 and CentOS 7 1810. Windows hostname lookup & ping from another Windows client - works fine. Looking up Mac and Linux hosts from Mac and Linux - works fine. Looking up any Windows host from Mac or Linux? No buenos are to be had. None anywhere. Some features work, like Microsoft Remote Desktop, but not from command line. Any ideas where to go with this? It's messing with my work. :(
  3. According to Nessus, there is a new Netatalk OpenSession RCE vulnerability, and it's rated critical. I'll be happy with either remediation via patch (3.1.12), or the ability to disable AFP support entirely (such as I can do with SMB 1.0-3.0 and other protocols in ReadySHARE storage, which is presumably what the AFP functionality is tied to) Of course, this appears to require being on the network already, but it's still not a good thing for NetGear to have launched an update with a known critical vulnerability, announced back in mid-late December.
  4. This update wiped all my settings. Back it up before you leap, team...just in case. I also had to manually reconnect all wireless devices once reconfigured with identical settings - no auto-rejoin. I had no further issues aside from reconfiguration and a possible continuation of the internet hiccups we've seen here and there. Not sure if I'm experiencing it, if it's the service I'm using, or my ISPs. I had no particular LAN issues - I remained connected, was auto redirected to configure the router, did so, then was online.
  5. I'm considering waiting for the latest update - I think I heard one is around the corner...?
  6. No, all static assignations are from the router and are in IPv4. I've run into occasional issues doing otherwise, so I avoid it. As per the picture, that page at least in verbiage appears to focus on external IPv6, but I'm still getting those link-local IPv6 addresses. Right now I'm trying to look into whether this is a self-assigned address or if this is a router-assigned address. I quite strongly prefer the toggle for IPv6 internal and external (ISP IPv6 address/DNS etc) functionality be discrete.
  7. There is, however it only disables external. I still obtain an IPv6 address on internal LAN/WiFi.
  8. With the Hybrid VPN, it would be nice to support both whitelist AND blacklist. In other words, to be able to select a limited number of devices/applications to always have on the VPN, or to select devices/applications which are always off the VPN, but everything else is on it.
  9. I have for specifically this reason, but I would still like the option to minimize. Thanks!
  10. I have a lot (50+) devices that are on my network - not all simultaneously, thank goodness, however it leads to quite a crowded Device Manager Network Map screen. I would like the ability to "minimize" any given connection from the router - 2.4, 5, 60, LAN, WAN, and most especially Offline. I believe the map will be significantly more useful if I can more easily see the devices instead of having an overcrowded screen.
  11. I think this is correct as-is as far as identification since each connection is correctly identified as a unique NIC, however I strongly support your idea of a "merged" bandwidth control mechanism for pairs or groups of devices, rather than everything individually. The option to group them for identification might be a plus (it's funny to see my desktop both online and offline), but I wouldn't want it forced upon me. It looks like you can customize the names of things already, so you can label them to help keep them distinct.
  12. There is no IPv6 under Administration, only under advanced settings. Under Advanced, it does not have an explicit option to disable. These are the two places I was checking before, unfortunately. My firmware is version 1.0.1.8. XR700 V1.0.1.8
  13. Is that option explicit or buried, maybe a misleading label? I can't find it at the moment.
  14. They're all receiving both addresses and the laptop is very likely confused about which to use. I also need to double-check that the laptop correctly categorized the network as private. The laptop is only on WiFi, as is the mobile, of course. Even after the network reset and driver reinstall, the laptop still can't ping it's own IP - although loopback is ok, curiously. The laptop continues to get a general failure when pinging the desktop, whereas the desktop gets a ping timeout when attempting to ping the other direction. It also continues to offer the access blocked message when attempting to reach the router page from the laptop. As a result I'm even more convinced it's a laptop issue, but would love to continue to get ideas....
  15. Alright, so more information: Internal IPv4 + IPv6 addresses are leased by devices supporting dual mode On IPv4, a device can't ping itself (Win10v1803) although IPv6 can ping itself IPv4 can't ping even when on same wifi (can't test wired here, but expect that to work based on other device behavior) IPv6 ping works fine, even across the bridge to WiFi Chrome 72.0.3626.109 reports it's blocked from accessing the router via IPv4 address. "Your internet access is blocked" Now this last bit got me thinking, along with the IPv4 general failures. Perhaps I've mis-configured something previously and left it as-is on the laptop? But I've been doing research on that laptop - aside from local/self/router behavior it works just fine. It must be the laptop. I can ping my mobile phone from LAN and vice-versa. Can't ping the laptop from the phone. More digging ahead, or maybe time for a wipe Update: full uninstall + reinstall of NIC plus a full network reset from command line didn't change behavior.
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