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    lukasz reacted to antithesis in Major Announcement: Netduma partner with NETGEAR to launch the Nighthawk XR500 Gaming Router   
    Congratulations boys! It's been a rough last year or so traversing the salty waters of these forum and I'm really pleased with this development from a business perspective as it means a much more secure revenue stream to grow your team and your product 
     
    As an existing R1 owner, I'm really happy to see that we will receive DumaOS as promised rather than needing to upgrade the hardware (though solid for wired connections is pretty dated) and that we have a street date for the software launch.

    I want some of the new router's wireless features for the kiddly-winks and mobile devices, so this is a no-brainer purchase for me. The only concern is anti-jitter and anti-spike absent on the Netgear...looks like I'll keep the R1 for my gear and the Netgear to cover wireless.
     
    More than anything, I'm glad to see DumaOS isn't dead and that there's a legitimate reason behind the extended silence. I'd rather envision Iain with his head down and arse up tinkering with a Netgear router than lounging on a couch flipping the R1 over in his hands imagining what could have been...
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    lukasz reacted to BENORMOUS in The biggest issue with WW2!! (besides connection)   
    Shoot first and die is my biggest issue I can destroy campers if my bullets actually hit them and do damage,worst thing is is that my hit reg/markers feel instant a lot of the time but they just don't seem to do the damage then I'm dead,3kd on IW struggling to go positive in games on ww2 lol
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    lukasz got a reaction from sncjez in A7Legit Passed Away :(   
    Spoczywaj w spokoju dobry kolego, niech po tamtej stronie będzie ci lepeij niż po tej.
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    lukasz got a reaction from KayOneX-24 in A7Legit Passed Away :(   
    Spoczywaj w spokoju dobry kolego, niech po tamtej stronie będzie ci lepeij niż po tej.
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    lukasz reacted to Netduma Fraser in Destiny 2   
    Hey everyone, I'm currently testing Destiny 2 and will have a cloud update up as soon as possible.
     
    If you have any ID's for me from when you get an error/booted please provide them here. If you want to play Destiny 2 uninterrupted then please disable the Geo-filter for now.
     
     
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    lukasz got a reaction from Dirty Dog in A7Legit Passed Away :(   
    Spoczywaj w spokoju dobry kolego, niech po tamtej stronie będzie ci lepeij niż po tej.
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    lukasz got a reaction from Alex49H in A7Legit Passed Away :(   
    Spoczywaj w spokoju dobry kolego, niech po tamtej stronie będzie ci lepeij niż po tej.
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    lukasz got a reaction from simjc in A7Legit Passed Away :(   
    Spoczywaj w spokoju dobry kolego, niech po tamtej stronie będzie ci lepeij niż po tej.
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    lukasz got a reaction from nfxcr3w in A7Legit Passed Away :(   
    Spoczywaj w spokoju dobry kolego, niech po tamtej stronie będzie ci lepeij niż po tej.
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    lukasz reacted to Netduma Fraser in DumaOS Update - Recent Progress   
    This thread has become very unconstructive so I will close this for now. I have spoken to the mods/admins who agree. We will get some more information out for you very soon. Thank you for your patience.
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    lukasz reacted to Netduma Iain in DumaOS - Development Update   
    Hello to old friends and hopefully new ones I'll get to know. Sorry I've been away for so long, developing version 2.0 (named DumaOS) has been a mammoth task.
     
    As a reminder, DumaOS is the next version of the software. We've been working on this for over 6 months now and it is a huge transformation from our older versions. It will be a free upgrade to all NETDUMA R1 customers.
     
    We had planned on releasing DumaOS this Autumn. However it is been a much larger task than we originally foresaw. As we've gone through development we've realised just how many more features we can add so we've taken the time to do this now to make the OS as great as it can be for you guys. We're very proud of it and we think it blows even our current router software out of the water (which already blew the other routers out the water ).
     
    The new timeline is below. No doubt some of you may be disappointed and that is fair. But please beware that 1) the upgrade is free of charge 2) we'd much rather give you a stable version with awesome features than a rushed version which is buggy.
    Mid December - Early closed beta: this will be just be a handful of users because most people would not be willing to use this software in this state because it will be a downgrade from your current versions Mid January - Coal Mine beta: a much more developed version of the OS which, like with previous upgrades, will be available to all the Canaries in the coal mine to test Mid February - Open beta: a public beta which you can all apply to be a part of. This version will have all the major new features ready for testing (including anti-jitter, anti-spike and much much more that we can't reveal yet!) Full Launch: sometime after the Open Beta, dependent on feedback I'm feeling pretty confident with these deadlines but you never know with software. It could end up being before or after but there shouldn't be any major surprises.
     
    Thanks so much for supporting NETDUMA all this time, we're really confident you're gonna love DumaOS as it truly transforms routers in a way not seen before.
     
    Below is a little teaser. It is the least interesting feature but gives a lot of clues about what’s is to come. Have fun speculating
     

     
    -Iain
    CTO and founder
     
    PS look forward to being involved in the forum much more as we start the closed beta.
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    lukasz got a reaction from DanologyUK in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    At the beginning i wanna say this just a copy and paste job and punting together how to set it up.

    So to start you should have only your super hub plug ed and NetDUMA R1 should not be powered up etc.

    Then Follow this steps

     

    To enable modem mode on your new Super Hub

     

    1. Make sure you are connected (wired or wirelessly) to your  Super Hub.

     

    2. Open your Internet browser.

     

    3. Log in to your Super Hub's settings page by entering 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your Internet browser.

     

    4. Enter your Super Hub's administration username and password. The default details are printed on the bottom of the Super Hub. If you have changed the default username or password, enter those details instead.

     

    5. Once you've logged in, click Super Hub Settings to see the Modem Modesection.



     

    6. Click the Enable Modem Mode button. A pop-up will ask you to confirm your selection.

     

    7. Click Yes to continue. Your Super Hub will reboot and enter Modem Mode.



     

    Note: Once in Modem Mode, the IP address you use to access your Super Hub changes from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.100.1

    Now turn off the Super Hub.

     

     

    Now take a Ethernet cable and connect it to this port on super hub

     

     

     

    Plug the other end  of the ethernet cable into port 1 (labelled - PoE) located at the back of your Netduma router.  

     

     

    Now Power Up the Super Hub and the NetDuma R1 Router. 

     

    After some time you should have the internet connection and be good to go.

     

    If you still dont have internet connection restart just the superhub. 

     

    after that just follow the stuff form quick start guide.

     

    Unplug any other wired devices that are connected to your ISP hub and instead plug them into any of the four remaining ports (2, 3, 4, 5) on your Netduma router. At this point, the only wired device that should now be connected to your ISP hub is your new Netduma router. 

     

     

    On all your wireless devices, e.g laptop, smart phone, tablet etc, connect to the WiFi connection “Netduma R1”. The password is the first 12 characters of the serial number (SN) located on the small white label on the side of the Netduma packaging. Your serial number should look something like this: ‘573C04D2H593/289’ therefore the wireless password would be ‘573C04D2H593’. 

     

    At this point every device in your home should be connected to the Netduma router and not the ISP hub. Open a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Explorer) on a device that is connected to your router e.g. your laptop. Type the following into the address bar: http://192.168.88.1and hit enter. This is the Netduma router control panel. A tour will now walk you through the router’s main features which will take around five minutes.
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    lukasz reacted to Netduma Fraser in *Please read before posting a support thread*   
    Please read carefully before posting. Failure to do so will result in you being redirected to this post.
     
    Before posting a support thread: 
    Look at our Wiki, most common questions are answered there. Includes more detail on specific features. You can find the wiki here. Search the forum for your question/issue as a solution may have already been posted. You can search by going here. After doing the above and your issue still remains please create a thread following this template. This will enable us to help you as quickly as possible.
    What firmware version are you on? (Check at bottom of any page on the R1. If lower than 1.03.6 please follow upgrade instructions here first). What speeds do you get from multiple speed tests? What is your current setup? E.g. ISP hub/modem (Specify model) > R1 > all devices  What is your specific issue? (Provide as many details as possible. If it is a lag issue include the screenshots from here in your post) Any other information (such as settings you may have previously tried). Do not create multiple threads for your issue - they will be closed.
     
    Do not jump in on other peoples support threads.
     
    Thank you
  14. Like
    lukasz got a reaction from Justinsaw in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    At the beginning i wanna say this just a copy and paste job and punting together how to set it up.

    So to start you should have only your super hub plug ed and NetDUMA R1 should not be powered up etc.

    Then Follow this steps

     

    To enable modem mode on your new Super Hub

     

    1. Make sure you are connected (wired or wirelessly) to your  Super Hub.

     

    2. Open your Internet browser.

     

    3. Log in to your Super Hub's settings page by entering 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your Internet browser.

     

    4. Enter your Super Hub's administration username and password. The default details are printed on the bottom of the Super Hub. If you have changed the default username or password, enter those details instead.

     

    5. Once you've logged in, click Super Hub Settings to see the Modem Modesection.



     

    6. Click the Enable Modem Mode button. A pop-up will ask you to confirm your selection.

     

    7. Click Yes to continue. Your Super Hub will reboot and enter Modem Mode.



     

    Note: Once in Modem Mode, the IP address you use to access your Super Hub changes from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.100.1

    Now turn off the Super Hub.

     

     

    Now take a Ethernet cable and connect it to this port on super hub

     

     

     

    Plug the other end  of the ethernet cable into port 1 (labelled - PoE) located at the back of your Netduma router.  

     

     

    Now Power Up the Super Hub and the NetDuma R1 Router. 

     

    After some time you should have the internet connection and be good to go.

     

    If you still dont have internet connection restart just the superhub. 

     

    after that just follow the stuff form quick start guide.

     

    Unplug any other wired devices that are connected to your ISP hub and instead plug them into any of the four remaining ports (2, 3, 4, 5) on your Netduma router. At this point, the only wired device that should now be connected to your ISP hub is your new Netduma router. 

     

     

    On all your wireless devices, e.g laptop, smart phone, tablet etc, connect to the WiFi connection “Netduma R1”. The password is the first 12 characters of the serial number (SN) located on the small white label on the side of the Netduma packaging. Your serial number should look something like this: ‘573C04D2H593/289’ therefore the wireless password would be ‘573C04D2H593’. 

     

    At this point every device in your home should be connected to the Netduma router and not the ISP hub. Open a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Explorer) on a device that is connected to your router e.g. your laptop. Type the following into the address bar: http://192.168.88.1and hit enter. This is the Netduma router control panel. A tour will now walk you through the router’s main features which will take around five minutes.
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    lukasz got a reaction from VincentKi in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    At the beginning i wanna say this just a copy and paste job and punting together how to set it up.

    So to start you should have only your super hub plug ed and NetDUMA R1 should not be powered up etc.

    Then Follow this steps

     

    To enable modem mode on your new Super Hub

     

    1. Make sure you are connected (wired or wirelessly) to your  Super Hub.

     

    2. Open your Internet browser.

     

    3. Log in to your Super Hub's settings page by entering 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your Internet browser.

     

    4. Enter your Super Hub's administration username and password. The default details are printed on the bottom of the Super Hub. If you have changed the default username or password, enter those details instead.

     

    5. Once you've logged in, click Super Hub Settings to see the Modem Modesection.



     

    6. Click the Enable Modem Mode button. A pop-up will ask you to confirm your selection.

     

    7. Click Yes to continue. Your Super Hub will reboot and enter Modem Mode.



     

    Note: Once in Modem Mode, the IP address you use to access your Super Hub changes from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.100.1

    Now turn off the Super Hub.

     

     

    Now take a Ethernet cable and connect it to this port on super hub

     

     

     

    Plug the other end  of the ethernet cable into port 1 (labelled - PoE) located at the back of your Netduma router.  

     

     

    Now Power Up the Super Hub and the NetDuma R1 Router. 

     

    After some time you should have the internet connection and be good to go.

     

    If you still dont have internet connection restart just the superhub. 

     

    after that just follow the stuff form quick start guide.

     

    Unplug any other wired devices that are connected to your ISP hub and instead plug them into any of the four remaining ports (2, 3, 4, 5) on your Netduma router. At this point, the only wired device that should now be connected to your ISP hub is your new Netduma router. 

     

     

    On all your wireless devices, e.g laptop, smart phone, tablet etc, connect to the WiFi connection “Netduma R1”. The password is the first 12 characters of the serial number (SN) located on the small white label on the side of the Netduma packaging. Your serial number should look something like this: ‘573C04D2H593/289’ therefore the wireless password would be ‘573C04D2H593’. 

     

    At this point every device in your home should be connected to the Netduma router and not the ISP hub. Open a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Explorer) on a device that is connected to your router e.g. your laptop. Type the following into the address bar: http://192.168.88.1and hit enter. This is the Netduma router control panel. A tour will now walk you through the router’s main features which will take around five minutes.
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    lukasz got a reaction from buzz in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    At the beginning i wanna say this just a copy and paste job and punting together how to set it up.

    So to start you should have only your super hub plug ed and NetDUMA R1 should not be powered up etc.

    Then Follow this steps

     

    To enable modem mode on your new Super Hub

     

    1. Make sure you are connected (wired or wirelessly) to your  Super Hub.

     

    2. Open your Internet browser.

     

    3. Log in to your Super Hub's settings page by entering 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your Internet browser.

     

    4. Enter your Super Hub's administration username and password. The default details are printed on the bottom of the Super Hub. If you have changed the default username or password, enter those details instead.

     

    5. Once you've logged in, click Super Hub Settings to see the Modem Modesection.



     

    6. Click the Enable Modem Mode button. A pop-up will ask you to confirm your selection.

     

    7. Click Yes to continue. Your Super Hub will reboot and enter Modem Mode.



     

    Note: Once in Modem Mode, the IP address you use to access your Super Hub changes from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.100.1

    Now turn off the Super Hub.

     

     

    Now take a Ethernet cable and connect it to this port on super hub

     

     

     

    Plug the other end  of the ethernet cable into port 1 (labelled - PoE) located at the back of your Netduma router.  

     

     

    Now Power Up the Super Hub and the NetDuma R1 Router. 

     

    After some time you should have the internet connection and be good to go.

     

    If you still dont have internet connection restart just the superhub. 

     

    after that just follow the stuff form quick start guide.

     

    Unplug any other wired devices that are connected to your ISP hub and instead plug them into any of the four remaining ports (2, 3, 4, 5) on your Netduma router. At this point, the only wired device that should now be connected to your ISP hub is your new Netduma router. 

     

     

    On all your wireless devices, e.g laptop, smart phone, tablet etc, connect to the WiFi connection “Netduma R1”. The password is the first 12 characters of the serial number (SN) located on the small white label on the side of the Netduma packaging. Your serial number should look something like this: ‘573C04D2H593/289’ therefore the wireless password would be ‘573C04D2H593’. 

     

    At this point every device in your home should be connected to the Netduma router and not the ISP hub. Open a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Explorer) on a device that is connected to your router e.g. your laptop. Type the following into the address bar: http://192.168.88.1and hit enter. This is the Netduma router control panel. A tour will now walk you through the router’s main features which will take around five minutes.
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    lukasz reacted to Netduma Fraser in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    Thanks lukasz! I'll make sure to pin this
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    lukasz got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    At the beginning i wanna say this just a copy and paste job and punting together how to set it up.

    So to start you should have only your super hub plug ed and NetDUMA R1 should not be powered up etc.

    Then Follow this steps

     

    To enable modem mode on your new Super Hub

     

    1. Make sure you are connected (wired or wirelessly) to your  Super Hub.

     

    2. Open your Internet browser.

     

    3. Log in to your Super Hub's settings page by entering 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your Internet browser.

     

    4. Enter your Super Hub's administration username and password. The default details are printed on the bottom of the Super Hub. If you have changed the default username or password, enter those details instead.

     

    5. Once you've logged in, click Super Hub Settings to see the Modem Modesection.



     

    6. Click the Enable Modem Mode button. A pop-up will ask you to confirm your selection.

     

    7. Click Yes to continue. Your Super Hub will reboot and enter Modem Mode.



     

    Note: Once in Modem Mode, the IP address you use to access your Super Hub changes from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.100.1

    Now turn off the Super Hub.

     

     

    Now take a Ethernet cable and connect it to this port on super hub

     

     

     

    Plug the other end  of the ethernet cable into port 1 (labelled - PoE) located at the back of your Netduma router.  

     

     

    Now Power Up the Super Hub and the NetDuma R1 Router. 

     

    After some time you should have the internet connection and be good to go.

     

    If you still dont have internet connection restart just the superhub. 

     

    after that just follow the stuff form quick start guide.

     

    Unplug any other wired devices that are connected to your ISP hub and instead plug them into any of the four remaining ports (2, 3, 4, 5) on your Netduma router. At this point, the only wired device that should now be connected to your ISP hub is your new Netduma router. 

     

     

    On all your wireless devices, e.g laptop, smart phone, tablet etc, connect to the WiFi connection “Netduma R1”. The password is the first 12 characters of the serial number (SN) located on the small white label on the side of the Netduma packaging. Your serial number should look something like this: ‘573C04D2H593/289’ therefore the wireless password would be ‘573C04D2H593’. 

     

    At this point every device in your home should be connected to the Netduma router and not the ISP hub. Open a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Explorer) on a device that is connected to your router e.g. your laptop. Type the following into the address bar: http://192.168.88.1and hit enter. This is the Netduma router control panel. A tour will now walk you through the router’s main features which will take around five minutes.
  19. Like
    lukasz got a reaction from Dirty Dog in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    At the beginning i wanna say this just a copy and paste job and punting together how to set it up.

    So to start you should have only your super hub plug ed and NetDUMA R1 should not be powered up etc.

    Then Follow this steps

     

    To enable modem mode on your new Super Hub

     

    1. Make sure you are connected (wired or wirelessly) to your  Super Hub.

     

    2. Open your Internet browser.

     

    3. Log in to your Super Hub's settings page by entering 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your Internet browser.

     

    4. Enter your Super Hub's administration username and password. The default details are printed on the bottom of the Super Hub. If you have changed the default username or password, enter those details instead.

     

    5. Once you've logged in, click Super Hub Settings to see the Modem Modesection.



     

    6. Click the Enable Modem Mode button. A pop-up will ask you to confirm your selection.

     

    7. Click Yes to continue. Your Super Hub will reboot and enter Modem Mode.



     

    Note: Once in Modem Mode, the IP address you use to access your Super Hub changes from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.100.1

    Now turn off the Super Hub.

     

     

    Now take a Ethernet cable and connect it to this port on super hub

     

     

     

    Plug the other end  of the ethernet cable into port 1 (labelled - PoE) located at the back of your Netduma router.  

     

     

    Now Power Up the Super Hub and the NetDuma R1 Router. 

     

    After some time you should have the internet connection and be good to go.

     

    If you still dont have internet connection restart just the superhub. 

     

    after that just follow the stuff form quick start guide.

     

    Unplug any other wired devices that are connected to your ISP hub and instead plug them into any of the four remaining ports (2, 3, 4, 5) on your Netduma router. At this point, the only wired device that should now be connected to your ISP hub is your new Netduma router. 

     

     

    On all your wireless devices, e.g laptop, smart phone, tablet etc, connect to the WiFi connection “Netduma R1”. The password is the first 12 characters of the serial number (SN) located on the small white label on the side of the Netduma packaging. Your serial number should look something like this: ‘573C04D2H593/289’ therefore the wireless password would be ‘573C04D2H593’. 

     

    At this point every device in your home should be connected to the Netduma router and not the ISP hub. Open a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Explorer) on a device that is connected to your router e.g. your laptop. Type the following into the address bar: http://192.168.88.1and hit enter. This is the Netduma router control panel. A tour will now walk you through the router’s main features which will take around five minutes.
  20. Like
    lukasz got a reaction from Netduma Crossy in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    At the beginning i wanna say this just a copy and paste job and punting together how to set it up.

    So to start you should have only your super hub plug ed and NetDUMA R1 should not be powered up etc.

    Then Follow this steps

     

    To enable modem mode on your new Super Hub

     

    1. Make sure you are connected (wired or wirelessly) to your  Super Hub.

     

    2. Open your Internet browser.

     

    3. Log in to your Super Hub's settings page by entering 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your Internet browser.

     

    4. Enter your Super Hub's administration username and password. The default details are printed on the bottom of the Super Hub. If you have changed the default username or password, enter those details instead.

     

    5. Once you've logged in, click Super Hub Settings to see the Modem Modesection.



     

    6. Click the Enable Modem Mode button. A pop-up will ask you to confirm your selection.

     

    7. Click Yes to continue. Your Super Hub will reboot and enter Modem Mode.



     

    Note: Once in Modem Mode, the IP address you use to access your Super Hub changes from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.100.1

    Now turn off the Super Hub.

     

     

    Now take a Ethernet cable and connect it to this port on super hub

     

     

     

    Plug the other end  of the ethernet cable into port 1 (labelled - PoE) located at the back of your Netduma router.  

     

     

    Now Power Up the Super Hub and the NetDuma R1 Router. 

     

    After some time you should have the internet connection and be good to go.

     

    If you still dont have internet connection restart just the superhub. 

     

    after that just follow the stuff form quick start guide.

     

    Unplug any other wired devices that are connected to your ISP hub and instead plug them into any of the four remaining ports (2, 3, 4, 5) on your Netduma router. At this point, the only wired device that should now be connected to your ISP hub is your new Netduma router. 

     

     

    On all your wireless devices, e.g laptop, smart phone, tablet etc, connect to the WiFi connection “Netduma R1”. The password is the first 12 characters of the serial number (SN) located on the small white label on the side of the Netduma packaging. Your serial number should look something like this: ‘573C04D2H593/289’ therefore the wireless password would be ‘573C04D2H593’. 

     

    At this point every device in your home should be connected to the Netduma router and not the ISP hub. Open a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Explorer) on a device that is connected to your router e.g. your laptop. Type the following into the address bar: http://192.168.88.1and hit enter. This is the Netduma router control panel. A tour will now walk you through the router’s main features which will take around five minutes.
  21. Like
    lukasz got a reaction from PharmDawgg in How to set up R1 as Primary Router with Virgin Super Hub 2   
    At the beginning i wanna say this just a copy and paste job and punting together how to set it up.

    So to start you should have only your super hub plug ed and NetDUMA R1 should not be powered up etc.

    Then Follow this steps

     

    To enable modem mode on your new Super Hub

     

    1. Make sure you are connected (wired or wirelessly) to your  Super Hub.

     

    2. Open your Internet browser.

     

    3. Log in to your Super Hub's settings page by entering 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your Internet browser.

     

    4. Enter your Super Hub's administration username and password. The default details are printed on the bottom of the Super Hub. If you have changed the default username or password, enter those details instead.

     

    5. Once you've logged in, click Super Hub Settings to see the Modem Modesection.



     

    6. Click the Enable Modem Mode button. A pop-up will ask you to confirm your selection.

     

    7. Click Yes to continue. Your Super Hub will reboot and enter Modem Mode.



     

    Note: Once in Modem Mode, the IP address you use to access your Super Hub changes from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.100.1

    Now turn off the Super Hub.

     

     

    Now take a Ethernet cable and connect it to this port on super hub

     

     

     

    Plug the other end  of the ethernet cable into port 1 (labelled - PoE) located at the back of your Netduma router.  

     

     

    Now Power Up the Super Hub and the NetDuma R1 Router. 

     

    After some time you should have the internet connection and be good to go.

     

    If you still dont have internet connection restart just the superhub. 

     

    after that just follow the stuff form quick start guide.

     

    Unplug any other wired devices that are connected to your ISP hub and instead plug them into any of the four remaining ports (2, 3, 4, 5) on your Netduma router. At this point, the only wired device that should now be connected to your ISP hub is your new Netduma router. 

     

     

    On all your wireless devices, e.g laptop, smart phone, tablet etc, connect to the WiFi connection “Netduma R1”. The password is the first 12 characters of the serial number (SN) located on the small white label on the side of the Netduma packaging. Your serial number should look something like this: ‘573C04D2H593/289’ therefore the wireless password would be ‘573C04D2H593’. 

     

    At this point every device in your home should be connected to the Netduma router and not the ISP hub. Open a web browser (like Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Explorer) on a device that is connected to your router e.g. your laptop. Type the following into the address bar: http://192.168.88.1and hit enter. This is the Netduma router control panel. A tour will now walk you through the router’s main features which will take around five minutes.
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