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Netduma Alex

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  1. There's not meant to be a pop-up window, it should just load for a minute or so, and then the Geo-Filter will come back.

    People still appear to be experiencing party problems after the update, so clearly there's more servers that will need to be added to the whitelist to get this working perfectly.

  2. On 10/20/2019 at 2:29 AM, KP5401 said:

    What is the application path for windows that we can use to allow DUMAOS through a firewall on our PC. I have to login like 30 or 40 times because it is not "secure".

    Are you talking about the screen that pops up saying that there's an invalid certificate? You can add an exception for the router's IP address to your browser so that it won't constantly ask you about this.

    On 10/20/2019 at 2:30 AM, KP5401 said:

    Is the XR300 ever going to get the ability to install Plex Media server? Seems outdated that a machine with such a great cpu and backbone cant handle the simple interface of PLEX and is only limited to the x10 which is what now 8 years old???

    The XR300 probably won't get the ability to install Plex. It's one of the unique selling points of the XR700, so I imagine Netgear wouldn't want to devalue the XR700 by moving all of it's features to the lower models which might not even have the power to run them. You say that Plex is simple but I think from a backend point of view it's quite resource intensive.

  3. 8 minutes ago, d.o.c said:

    So I just realized that the changes made to a 'devices' profile in the device manager menu will not save the changes to that device in the geo-filter menu.

    Meaning my above test had never changed it from a console to computer when viewing the device in the geo-filter menu, yet in the device manger menu it shows it as a computer.

    Oh yeah, you need to remove the device from the Geo-Filter and add it again.

    Then you'll be asked which profile you want to use.

  4. Well Fraser appears to be suggesting not to do it, but you can put your PS4 into the DMZ by going to DumaOS > Settings > Setup > WAN Setup. Now tick Default DMZ Server and enter the PS4's IP address. You can find the IP address in device manager if you don't know it, or the connection information on the PS4 itself.

    Once you've done that, go to LAN Setup, press ADD at the bottom, choose your PS4 from the list and press ADD again.

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