Jump to content

kymadn

Members
  • Content Count

    24
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About kymadn

  • Rank
    Apprentice

Basic Info

  • DumaOS Routers Owned
    XR300

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. @Netduma Alex what is the fix for this. I cannot disable the vlan tag on the default internet vlan tag?
  2. This appears to be an issue caused by VLAN tagging. The default VLAN tag 2 for internet is applying to LAN ports and wireless by default. The ISP website says that VLAN tags do not need to be applied to wireless but this cannot be changed for the default internet VLAN. See below setting from ISP website for VLAN tagging: The information I have found says that a VLAN bridge may need to be created so Wi-Fi and LAN communications do not need to pass through the router Network Address Translation. FYI we were able to communicate with CCTV device on LAN via Wi-Fi after we did a factory restore and no VLAN tagging enabled.
  3. I took my XR300 and swapped it with his XR500 and we were able to connect to the CCTV on Wi-Fi.
  4. No luck with disabling QOS and Bufferbloat. Anything else we can try before doing a full factory reset?
  5. We disabled smart connect. Same issue on both 2Ghz and 5Ghz. We also just tried disabling the VLAN tagging and trying to connect to the CCTV webpage over Wi-Fi. Both 5Ghz and 2Ghz did not work. Any other suggestions?
  6. My mate recently purchased an XR500 and I recently got the XR300. We both have a CCTV system connected to our LAN using these gaming routers. He has been having issues connecting to the CCTV on Wi-Fi, but he can connect over cellular with no problems at all. We tried many different combinations of wireless settings. No matter what we did, we could not load the config webpage for the CCTV on Wi-Fi with a laptop. However we could ping the CCTV over Wi-Fi. If we connected the laptop into LAN, it loaded config webpage no problem. It was the same for the CCTV software on Wi-Fi the CCTV (192.168.1.100) shows as offline. When we connect to LAN 192.168.1.100 shows online immediately. All devices have internet access on Wi-Fi. But for some reason LAN and Wi-Fi aren't communicating properly. It is almost as if access to a LAN device is blocked for a wireless device. The CCTV system uses ports 37777 and 37778. I dont understand why he has this trouble on his network. I have the exact same setup (same CCTV, same IP range), the only thing which is different is the model XR300 and XR500. Also he has VLAN tagging for his NBN connection to work. Could VLAN tagging cause this issue? Anyone got any ideas?
  7. @Netduma Alex, @Netduma Fraser. Have you guys been able to replicate my issue? Some extra information for you guys, my background applications on my PC include: NZXT CAM, Logitech G Hub, Asus GPU Tweak, Glass Wire and Malwarebytes. Windows 10 Xbox services and game bar is disabled. That's pretty much it. I tried to find what ports these programs might be using, but haven't found much info. However it probably wouldn't matter. As when my High Priority Traffic was stuck, closing these applications and a PC shutdown did not resolve it. Also IPV6 was disabled. My PS4 seems to have no issue.
  8. @Zippy thanks for the advice. Appreciate your help. I am just interested to hear from @Netduma Alex, @Netduma Fraser and @Netduma Jack about what they find in testing now. Will wait to here back from admins. I want to know: 1) what they find in testing causing the issue. 2) how it can be fixed 3) when it will be patched if the problem is software As requested I will try disable IPV6 and report back. However i would really like to hear from admins about their testing of this issue.
  9. Can we please stay on topic. The more we speculate or discuss unrelated problems the more this information provided for admins starts becoming confusing. @Netduma Alex This doesn't appear to be the case as you can see in a few of my posts and screenshots. There is no high priority packets within 30min to 1 hour and High Priority traffic stays on. It only takes 1 or 2 games on PC before it gets stuck for me every time. I have tried both methods of no added ports using DumaOs classifieds games. Also disabling classifieds games and adding manual ports had the same issue. so if your lead engineer is aware of this problem can you guys explain why this happens so frequently for me?
  10. @Zippy i dont have the issue while gaming from a console. Only gaming on a PC causes the stuck high priority traffic
  11. @Netduma Alex thanks mate i look forward to hearing what you find out.
  12. So when can we expect a patch to fix this? This is a pretty significant issue. The router is suppose to improve Qos but is actually causing throttling. Can the software code be changed to disable High Priority Detect, if no High Priority packets are sent or received within 60 seconds rather then triggering off High Priority ports?
  13. @Netduma Jack @Netduma Fraser Confirmed this issue is not graphical and is indeed applying bufferbloat to the network the whole time after game is closed. I rebooted my router and played 1 game of Apex legends before High Priority Detect was stuck again. After i closed the game I shutdown the PC and disconnected all wired devices. Only 2x iPhones and 1x Laptop was on the network over Wi-Fi. After 1 hour the router is still stuck on High Priority Detect. I have again taken 2 screenshots showing there is no High Priority Packets sent or received during this time. I also ran a speed test off my iPhone every 10mins. Bufferbloat is enabled with High Priority Detect and is reducing my maximum download of 45mbps down to 70% (31mbps). It is getting late here in Australia so I am off to bed. If i leave the router running all night without a reboot I believe it will eventually resolve. However it will take several hours before it clears High Priority Traffic and removes the anti-bufferbloat. I am very surprised this issue has not been widely discussed or detected with how long DumaOs has been around now.
  14. Thanks Jack. You might be right about it being graphical. I am going to get my router back to the stuck High Priority Detected indicator and confirm if bufferbloat is actually applying the whole time after game is closed. I will let you know what i find. The High Priority Traffic indicator light 100% stays on with F5 refresh. I also tried multiple browsers and clearing the cache. It just stays on until reboot when its stuck. I have the problem with Apex Legends and Battlefield V on PC which are the only 2 games i play right now. I have no rules added to Traffic Prioritization. I have my PC added as a Console using DumaOs Classfield Games enabled.
  15. Whatever the problem is it seems like software. It only takes 2 games for High Priority Traffic to lock up and need a reboot. I also noticed I forgot to apply my Bufferbloat connection speeds after i did a factory reset on the modem last time. This may also cause Bufferbloat speeds for a duration after closing a game? I will leave my bufferbloat up higher around 85% for now.
×
×
  • Create New...