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Stephen A Vaught

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About Stephen A Vaught

  • Rank
    Apprentice
  • Birthday 07/10/1976

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Choctaw, OK US
  • DumaOS Routers Owned
    Netduma R2
    XR450

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    gurusteve
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Gaming

  • Gamer Type
    PC Gamer
    Console Gamer
  • Connection Speed
    501-1000mbps

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  1. Yes, I was sent the updated firmware. I will test soon. Thank you!
  2. @Netduma Iain Log Attached. Thank you log-1597360653626 from 8-13-2020.txt
  3. I am also hoping the 5ghz improves. Thanks for the test results. Sounds almost identical to my experience.
  4. 2.4 seems to work better than the 5GHz in some cases. Latency seems better on 2.4 even though it tops out around 50-60. I seen another user get the same results. 5Ghz usually tops out at 90-120. On my Mac Pro I am lucky to get 20 on 5, but I can get 50 switching to 2.4. On iPhone I can about 100-120 on 5. All tested at the same distance.
  5. This is true. However, I think it still should perform better than what it is.
  6. The problem is I was getting even less on 5GHz with the stock antennas. I can hook up my XR500 on the same channel, in the same location, and I easily get 400-500. Not sure why the R2 will not do the same.
  7. With my recent tests this morning these helped out a great deal with range. I did slightly tighten all the connectors on the router before attaching the high gain antennas. However, I am still not happy with the overall performance of the 5GHz. Anyone else having issues with the 5GHz not getting the desired throughput? I have tried several channels and all of them only get about 1/4 of what they should. @Netduma Fraser
  8. 8mm socket will do the trick. I would check them all though.
  9. I used an 8mm socket to just barely get them tight enough so they would not come back loose. Be careful though!
  10. Haven't powered it on yet though.... I did notice right out the box the connectors were not very tight. I know they don't thread locker or anything, but I would expect that the connector would not just come loose without using a tool. Anyone from Netduma around to comment on this?
  11. Will it void my warranty if I use these high gain antennas on my R2? Pic attached.
  12. Is there a list of fixes and/or enhancements by chance?
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