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Spdsk8race

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  • DumaOS Routers Owned
    XR300

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    spdsk8race

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    Console Gamer
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    Shooters
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    501-1000mbps

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  1. Just did a reboot of the router, unplugged for 20 seconds and then waited for the router to fully boot up before powering my Xbox on. Still getting the spinning wheel unfortunately. I added all 4 levels of logs to the drive folder. When I first tried the level 0 it gave me this error message
  2. Currently on XR500, running Beta .120 , I downgraded to the most recent non beta firmware, then move back up to .120 beta/factory reset after
  3. Thank you sir! I tried also on different Android Devices and a few iOS devices, all just spin. I'm wondering if this is compatible with Netgear routers, or if it's just R1/R2
  4. Just upload a screen recording to the drive folder I pm'ed you showing what happens when I select anything. Also one piece of feedback I ha e would be to have the map default to a different location, always have to scroll to the U.S 😂
  5. Sure thing also export a debug file I can send you if needed.
  6. I have auto ping enabled. I have also tried with it disabled and still doesn't share any information. Just spins endlessly
  7. The ping never appears through the app, just spins.
  8. Using a tp-link switch (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000N99BBC?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share) I first boot up with the ONT connected to the att gateway through the switch, using only brand new cat 8 cables (Monoprice Cat 8 2GHz, 40G, 24AWG, S/FTP), wait for it to establish connection, I then unplug the gateway and plug the same Cat 8 cable to the XR500. On the XR500 the settings I adjusted: Changed the Mac address to match the disconnected att gateway to complete the dumb switch bypass Changed NAT from secure to open and disabled SIP ALG Added the Xbox to the geo filter Disabled all QOS and disabled good throughput Set Xbox to a static IP Changed DNS from automatic to Google DNS Confirmed disabled ipv6 Plugging XR500 directly to wall outlet From there, I have another cat 8 cable running the the Xbox, along with indoor micro cell site. There are 18 wireless devices connected, mostly on 2.4 GHz, only 5 GHz items are 2 smart TVs. No other settings have been adjusted Once it starts crashing I can't access the router so I can't see any logs or errors and the logs don't save after it reboots unfortunately. The one time I've seen the log right before it completely crashed was a bunch of ip marked logs. I can make a backup of my current configuration and attach it to confirm if needed. But it doesn't lose power when it begins the crash and reboot. It takes about 3 minutes with no internet access or available connection Before it reboots itself. I know for a fact it is nothing with the switch, due to the factor that if the switch loses power at any time, I have to repeat the process of connecting the att gateway prior to any internet access. I am certain at this point, this is directly related to something with the router, as I have replaced every piece, router cables, power supply/cable.
  9. Since yesterday, my brand new XR500 connected to the wall outlet, with brand new power cable, connected to u-verse dumb switch method, has rebooted twice on its own. Internet/wifi die out, then after about 2-3 minutes the router reboots itself. Using static wan, lease time is set to one hour. Should I go ahead and exchange this one?
  10. I have already purchased a replacement, got it for a great price, and still have the old sitting in the box. I would be happy to mail it to the office address and let y'all tinker with it whenever, there isn't a huge rush. Figured it would be better to have it be used for research at some point, then to sit on my shelf or get thrown awau
  11. @Netduma Fraser is it possible for me to send my router to y'all and to have you guys check to see if you experience the same rebooting issue that seems to be appearing more and more with the XR500? I'd be more than happy to pay for any shipping cost if necessary, but there's seem to be more post regarding this issue and I have mine collecting dust at the moment.
  12. I figured I sign up again, I think it's my third time now but it can't hurt?
  13. If your router is rebooting on its own, file for a replacement. Happened to mine and quite a few others, I attempted to plug in my old xr500 on Sunday and it rebooted 4 times within 5 hours. I factory reset, reinstalled early Firmware latest firmware, nothing resolved it. Unfortunately for mine it factory resets if it Powers off now.
  14. if your using the 5268, I do have a couple of recommendations, if interested. to start: do not change the ip address of the gateway from 192.168.1.254 The 5268 doesn't play nice if you do. if you did change this, would honestly recommend to factory reset the gateway. Make sure to disable both wifi's on the 5268 Disable the ipv6 on the 5268 make sure to uncheck the firewall items on the 5268 also, and allow your duma router to manage that. I had my setting like this when i was connected to the 5268
  15. I'm debating buying a new one then just returning the broken one.. Crappy thing to do, but at the end of the day so is a expensive, broken router.
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