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Netduma Alex

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  1. Si pones el Geo-Filter en Modo de Espectación, ¿comienza a funcionar el chat de fiesta?
  2. Nope, all I remember is when they installed fibre in my area in 2014. I jumped from 0.5mbps to 30mbps.
  3. Well it really depends what game you're wanting to play, and on what console. Let's say for example you wanted to play Call of Duty, you could get the relevant information on this page: https://support.activision.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/Ports-Used-for-Call-of-Duty-Games If you were playing on Xbox/PS4, you could look up port forwarding specifically for those platforms. -- If you're getting them to forward ports to you, you'll need to do the following first: In DumaOS, go to System Information and write down your WAN IP In Settings > Internet Setup, put your details in as Static. Your IP is your WAN IP from the last step The gateway IP is usually your WAN IP but the number after the third dot is 1 The subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 For ease we'll set Google as DNS. First DNS is 8.8.8.8 Second DNS is 8.8.4.4, third DNS can be blank, or 1.1.1.1 Now that you've got a static IP set up, restart the router and check that you can still get internet Now the administrators of the network will need to forward ports to your WAN IP, the same one from earlier Now that your XR500 has access to those ports, you need to forward them again to your console. The easiest way to do this would be to set a reserved IP for your console and then put that IP address as the XR500's DMZ. -- Basically what's happening here is that they're opening a hole in their firewall for your router, and then you're opening a hole in the router's firewall for your console. You need to forward those ports along the entire chain from the ISP downwards.
  4. I don't know if they would be able to give you a public IP, you might be able to contact the administrator of the network and get them to forward some ports to your specific IP address. I don't think a device that's so deep into a local network can be given a public IP address but I might be wrong.
  5. I'm not sure if there's going to be a way to get open NAT if you're under an existing network. If they're using access points, does that mean that there's less than 250 devices connecting? Or perhaps every building has it's own subnet and access points just extend the reach into each room. Anyway unless you have control over the upstream network and can forward ports to your local IP address, you might be out of luck.
  6. Combien de balles comptez-vous atteindre pour tuer?
  7. Yeah I guess that makes sense too. As long as one of the EQ solutions is set to flat you'll be alright. You just don't want to have two EQ solutions both messing with the sound at once, that'd be a mess.
  8. ¿Estás utilizando el Geo-Filter en el momento en que PSN Party Chat no funciona?
  9. We are adding a feature called Data History in DumaOS 3.0 which will allow you see how much data has been used over time, both upload and download. This will help with one half of your request. The other half (CPU usage history) is not something we've considered, but perhaps could be useful... It would certainly be useful for tech support! I'll forward your suggestion to the developers.
  10. I'm sorry to hear it didn't work. I notice in my instructions I didn't say that you should set your DNS server to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4, the Static option will not work without something entered in the DNS server fields.
  11. Ça n'a pas l'air bien ... Depuis combien de temps avez-vous votre R1?
  12. Il existe deux options pour que votre adresse IP reste la même. La meilleure option serait de définir une adresse IP réservée pour Netduma sur la Freebox. Si vous ne trouvez pas cette option, vous pouvez définir l'adresse IP de Netduma sur Static. Pour ce faire, accédez à DumaOS, sélectionnez Paramètres> WAN, choisissez Static, puis entrez les informations suivantes: ADRESSE IP: (votre adresse WAN actuelle) GATEWAY IP: (l'adresse IP que vous utilisez pour accéder à la freebox) MASQUE DE SOUS-RESEAU: 255.255.255.0 DNS SERVER 1: 8.8.8.8 DNS SERVER 2: 8.8.4.4
  13. ¿Estás utilizando Geo-Filter cuando el chat de voz deja de funcionar?
  14. I'd say there's no harm in giving it a go if you're interested, but I can't really help you with it as I don't know the specifics about how it's meant to work. I imagine it's a trial and error kind of thing.
  15. As a test, could you open the Anti-Bufferbloat side menu and tick Disable QoS? I want to see if this improves the speeds or not, because it will help to narrow down the issue.
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