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    trmin343 got a reaction from DanJayy in Internet Provider   
    Danjayy.
    whilst speed isn’t allways the deciding factor in online gameplay and most bt broadband has allways been good for it. Going to such a low speed would cause many issues. Downloads will be a big part of it. Take games like call of duty how many 15gb patches have they had? I ‘now on pc version it felt like every other day there was some sort of big patch needing to be downloaded.
    you don’t have to take out another contract with virgin do you? Wasn’t ofcom making all SP Put you on the best deals they could for rolling contracts? 
     
    whilst I do think the net speed would be ok for gaming you wouldn’t be able to do much at same time no Netflix and even browsing could cause issue and pc when some watches a cat video on youtube.
     I would say check with virgin and see what the cost will be outside of the original contract I know ofcom has done a lot so your bill doesn’t just shoot up 
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    trmin343 got a reaction from MrKader in netduma R2 with sky dhcp option 61   
    I thought i would make a quick post with some information for the sky user in the uk.
     
    I set the router up with my my sky router to start off with but  then found the setting to make it work with my own modem which is a BT Openreach Huawei EchoLife HG612 and netduma R2
    0. conect the router to the modem in my case the open reach one 
    1. since my router was allready setup Its just a matter of going to the network setting menu Which is located on the left side of the UI.
    2. clicking on the DHCP setting on the right side under the heading WAN.
    3. Toggle the 2 setting for DHCP Identifiers which are Client Identifier ID and Vender Class ID
    4. add this code into the Client Identifier ID.                        52616e646f6d7573657240736b7964736c7c70617373776f7264
    5. add this to the Vender Class ID                                         6.14.7aNUNIPCBAFAST2504NV1.0    
     
    click save network and the router will now conect to sky broadband.
    I have included a photo to show the setting and how mine looks.                  
     

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    trmin343 got a reaction from busolof in Problems with r2   
    Hi
    i have received my replacement unit today sorry I didn’t update. I’ve set it all up and for last 3 hours it’s been so much better even the unit at the bottom is a lot cooler to the touch even though my flat is as hot as it has been all weekend. I will be posting the router back to you on Monday so sould Be back With you soon.
     
    i really want to say thank you for all your help with this and for quick response from the netduma team over email. 
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    trmin343 got a reaction from Newfie in Problems with r2   
    Hi
    i have received my replacement unit today sorry I didn’t update. I’ve set it all up and for last 3 hours it’s been so much better even the unit at the bottom is a lot cooler to the touch even though my flat is as hot as it has been all weekend. I will be posting the router back to you on Monday so sould Be back With you soon.
     
    i really want to say thank you for all your help with this and for quick response from the netduma team over email. 
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    trmin343 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in netduma R2 with sky dhcp option 61   
    I thought i would make a quick post with some information for the sky user in the uk.
     
    I set the router up with my my sky router to start off with but  then found the setting to make it work with my own modem which is a BT Openreach Huawei EchoLife HG612 and netduma R2
    0. conect the router to the modem in my case the open reach one 
    1. since my router was allready setup Its just a matter of going to the network setting menu Which is located on the left side of the UI.
    2. clicking on the DHCP setting on the right side under the heading WAN.
    3. Toggle the 2 setting for DHCP Identifiers which are Client Identifier ID and Vender Class ID
    4. add this code into the Client Identifier ID.                        52616e646f6d7573657240736b7964736c7c70617373776f7264
    5. add this to the Vender Class ID                                         6.14.7aNUNIPCBAFAST2504NV1.0    
     
    click save network and the router will now conect to sky broadband.
    I have included a photo to show the setting and how mine looks.                  
     

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    trmin343 got a reaction from Burger100 in netduma R2 with sky dhcp option 61   
    I thought i would make a quick post with some information for the sky user in the uk.
     
    I set the router up with my my sky router to start off with but  then found the setting to make it work with my own modem which is a BT Openreach Huawei EchoLife HG612 and netduma R2
    0. conect the router to the modem in my case the open reach one 
    1. since my router was allready setup Its just a matter of going to the network setting menu Which is located on the left side of the UI.
    2. clicking on the DHCP setting on the right side under the heading WAN.
    3. Toggle the 2 setting for DHCP Identifiers which are Client Identifier ID and Vender Class ID
    4. add this code into the Client Identifier ID.                        52616e646f6d7573657240736b7964736c7c70617373776f7264
    5. add this to the Vender Class ID                                         6.14.7aNUNIPCBAFAST2504NV1.0    
     
    click save network and the router will now conect to sky broadband.
    I have included a photo to show the setting and how mine looks.                  
     

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    trmin343 got a reaction from DanyKTM in netduma R2 with sky dhcp option 61   
    I thought i would make a quick post with some information for the sky user in the uk.
     
    I set the router up with my my sky router to start off with but  then found the setting to make it work with my own modem which is a BT Openreach Huawei EchoLife HG612 and netduma R2
    0. conect the router to the modem in my case the open reach one 
    1. since my router was allready setup Its just a matter of going to the network setting menu Which is located on the left side of the UI.
    2. clicking on the DHCP setting on the right side under the heading WAN.
    3. Toggle the 2 setting for DHCP Identifiers which are Client Identifier ID and Vender Class ID
    4. add this code into the Client Identifier ID.                        52616e646f6d7573657240736b7964736c7c70617373776f7264
    5. add this to the Vender Class ID                                         6.14.7aNUNIPCBAFAST2504NV1.0    
     
    click save network and the router will now conect to sky broadband.
    I have included a photo to show the setting and how mine looks.                  
     

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    trmin343 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in R2 with sky uk   
    Thank you Fraser that’s really good news:) looking forward to getting the r2 on release now 
     
    thank you for the quick reply 
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