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    Bert got a reaction from BeansBeams in Net Duma R1 Router does not have R1 firmware   
    It could be that it wasn't flashed with the R1 software by mistake. In that case you would have to return it as it requires special hardware to flash it to R1 software.
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    Bert got a reaction from mwplayer1 in Am I the Host?   
    What game?
     
    If you watch tickrate and data rates on the DumaOS screen, when you are host these values are much higher.
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    Bert got a reaction from mwplayer1 in GEO-Filtering vs SBMM   
    Hard to say.
     
    You can only connect to one server but other people can still connect to that same server. So if there is enough people in your area that can connect to you it will just run the game on your server instead.
     
    Geofiltering does decrease your available connectivity so should in theory give you a more varied playerbase. In MW, when I play FFA I often play the same players because of the low playerbase and I always get matched up to certain players. But in general the skill level is more varied compared to HP, TDM etc.
     
    If there is no high level players that can connect to you the matchmaking has no choice but to place you in a easier lobby. Or harder, depending on where on the scale you are.
     
    SBMM varies between different games and geofiltering is not meant to influence SBMM, only connections.
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    Bert got a reaction from ONEovFOUR in NETDUMA R2   
    To be honest, the tech specs are not that impressive. The XR500 / XR700 probably have better hardware.
     
    It is a step up from the R1 though and really for $150 is a good chunk cheaper than the XR line.
     
    One advantage I can think of though is that the support from Netgear is lacking and with the R2 you would have support straight from Netduma.
     
     
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    Bert got a reaction from Chaiyoabc in NETDUMA R2   
    To be honest, the tech specs are not that impressive. The XR500 / XR700 probably have better hardware.
     
    It is a step up from the R1 though and really for $150 is a good chunk cheaper than the XR line.
     
    One advantage I can think of though is that the support from Netgear is lacking and with the R2 you would have support straight from Netduma.
     
     
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    Bert reacted to GHOST-1-EC in SHIPMENT 113   
    Some slightly cracked gameplay, 113 gunkills (no streaks needed 😀)
     
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    Bert got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Port Aggregation   
    It works as a LAN port just fine, so there is no issues plugging your PS4 in 1&2, it makes no difference with the other ports
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    Bert reacted to David824 in Port Aggregation   
    Thanks a lot Bert!... appreciate all the info
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    Bert got a reaction from David824 in Port Aggregation   
    It works as a LAN port just fine, so there is no issues plugging your PS4 in 1&2, it makes no difference with the other ports
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    Bert got a reaction from N3CR0 in BO4 ISP better?   
    That is exactly the issue.
     
    If you play other players with shit connections the server disadvantages you. So really these routers work well just the game works against you. It's called atrificial latency balancing, a variation of what happened in the old days when the host got given a artificial disadvantage.
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    Bert got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in BO4 ISP better?   
    In custom games you have a playerhost so there can be lots of things going on with that.
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    Bert reacted to GHOST-1-EC in Some Bizon Gunny   
    This gameplay was on the old firmware.....just never had or made time to edit and upload it.
     
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    Bert got a reaction from Fuzy in SX10   
    Not really since the SX10 only has 10G uplink ports. Maybe you can use one device on the second port but then you might as well just plug it straight into your PC if you buy a 10G NIC.
     
    And you need be able to use multiple IP's if you want to use a switch alone. Otherwise you need a router with a 10G WAN interface and 10G LAN ports.
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    Bert got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in SX10   
    You're better off with the XR700, because you need routing, the SX10 is just a switch.
     
    Also I believe the SX10 only has a 10G uplink port. You won't actually recieve 8G on your devices. Same for the XR7000 really. It only has one 10G SFP port so your devices will run on 1Gbit. The good thing however is that you will never have any sort of congestion.
     
    This also gives you the issue that you can get 8Gbit into your XR700 but since there is no second SFP port, your switch will only see 1Gbit. Unless you use link aggregation, but that uses up ports. 
     
    I would actually look into more professional equipment if you want to use a 8Gbit WAN connection.
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    Bert got a reaction from Fuzy in SX10   
    You're better off with the XR700, because you need routing, the SX10 is just a switch.
     
    Also I believe the SX10 only has a 10G uplink port. You won't actually recieve 8G on your devices. Same for the XR7000 really. It only has one 10G SFP port so your devices will run on 1Gbit. The good thing however is that you will never have any sort of congestion.
     
    This also gives you the issue that you can get 8Gbit into your XR700 but since there is no second SFP port, your switch will only see 1Gbit. Unless you use link aggregation, but that uses up ports. 
     
    I would actually look into more professional equipment if you want to use a 8Gbit WAN connection.
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    Bert got a reaction from N3CR0 in 46 - 3 NUKE GAMEPLAY Call of Duty Modern Warfare   
    Nuke is a nuke.
     
    Maybe they let you have it because of your screen name LOL.
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    Bert reacted to N3CR0 in 46 - 3 NUKE GAMEPLAY Call of Duty Modern Warfare   
    Not great gameplay I know, hadn't played in two weeks so my aim was worse than usual and slow played far too much. Wasn't really trying... but alas here is my very first nuke on MW.
     
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    Bert got a reaction from N3CR0 in Bullet reg / Lag compensation   
    Strict NAT doesn't help you as it essentially doesn't change your latency.
     
    The game balances latency across the lobby so you're right that the server gives you a disadvantage whenever your connection is too good compared to the rest of the lobby. This is not only hitdetection, but it also manipulates player positions, like extrapolating their position forward etc.
     
    On host advantage after MW3, the game does the same here. It gives you artificial latency to eliminate the host advantage, it takes the average latency in the lobby and adds that. 
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    Bert got a reaction from Ghost-Inside in Question about the R1 B4 I Purchase   
    On the original FW it's under Misc options I believe, on DumaOS I am not sure if that option is there.
     
    I think turbo mode is on by default, super turbo mode you have to enable yourself and this also disables QoS.
     
    With over 500mbit of bandwidth I would get a XR series router though.
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    Bert got a reaction from Ghost-Inside in Question about the R1 B4 I Purchase   
    You won't be able to use QoS at 600 mbit.
     
    I have 580/500 connection and I will achieve those speeds in superturbo mode, but if I turn on QoS in turbo mode it drops to about 430mbit.
     
    This was on old FW though, not DumaOS.
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    Bert got a reaction from Tripper in Another way to reduce ping?   
    This will only give you a advantage if you get sub optimal routing from your ISP. If you have proper routing it will do nothing at all.
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    Bert got a reaction from N3CR0 in Another way to reduce ping?   
    This will only give you a advantage if you get sub optimal routing from your ISP. If you have proper routing it will do nothing at all.
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    Bert got a reaction from N3CR0 in QOS/Bufferbloat/Ping ETC....   
    They are 2 different things.
     
    On Netduma you can enter your full speed as base value and then you adjust the sliders to whatever you need.
     
    If you use something like OpenWRT with their cake/codel algorithms you need to enter a speed 10-15% lower for it to work properly.
     
    All this really does is move the bottleneck from your ISP to your router, and then let QoS on the router do it's work.
     
    So in case of the topic starter.
    For R1, he would enter 72-17 and adjust the sliders down.
    For OpenWRT he would enter something like 65 to start off with. Since the speedtest result is abou 68 MBit you could go a little lower and set it to 60-62.
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    Bert got a reaction from N3CR0 in Anti bufferbloat sucks!!!   
    This.
     
    Games like call of duty which use dedicated servers balance out latency in the lobby. If you have low ping but there is some hotspot lagmaster in your lobby it will give you a disadvantage.
     
    You can use the XR500 to tune the stability of your connection and use geofilter but it won't fix stuff like lag compensation etc.
     
    The issue with these games is that everybody and their dog is fiddling with their connections, playing on hotspots on purpose, throttling, streaming while not having enough BW etc and it actually defeats the purpose.
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    Bert got a reaction from Chris_R in Xr700 with ExpressVpn   
    That's because they are not forwarding your ports. Best talk to express VPN.
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