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    PharmDawgg reacted to N3CR0 in ANYBODY READ THIS ABOUT FORCIMG BOT LOBBIES ON WARZONE   
    Yeah and its utter rubbish. The geo filter cannot bypass an algorithm thats part of the game. 
    And if this part is actually true...    'We work with multiple tournament platforms for advertising and partnerships, and the best one we’ve worked with thus far is looking HEAVILY in to combatting netduma routers being exploited'
    Then they'll be no point in having a Netduma router at all.
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    PharmDawgg reacted to titofuenla in MERRY CHRISTMAS!!   
    Merry Christmas to the entire Netduma team and to all the members of the Netduma army, I hope you have a good holiday season and that 2021 begins better than this fateful year has been. Health to all and good luck!
    A greeting!!!
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    PharmDawgg got a reaction from Newfie in Proper CV and covering letter writing   
    Thanks for the heads up because I was about to send this post to the depths of spam hell 😊
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    PharmDawgg reacted to Netduma Fraser in Qos Auto Setup   
    It's not available yet but here's a sneak peak at the options I mentioned for Auto Setup:

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    PharmDawgg reacted to Netduma Fraser in Qos Auto Setup   
    As above! The next version is much better in my opinion, we also give you advanced options for the feature which let you choose how aggressive it is, what you want your max spikes to be etc.
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    PharmDawgg reacted to raikun in 3.0.179 Netduma R2 firmware: First thoughts   
    So it's been a bit over a week since I got the current firmware and same as when I criticize something, I should give props as well, so here goes:
    Firmware is quite solid, and my biggest pet peeve, which was having to reboot every few days or so, seems to be a thing of the past. I initially upgraded over current settings (I know the risks, just wanted to test that functionality), and the only thing that seemed broken was the Connection Benchmark, which worked again once I performed a full factory reset.
      I can finally disable Adblocker for specific devices, and the selection actually sticks, which is amazing. I feel the lists are a bit aggressive at times, but as long as I can add my own from PiHole (which I can), I'm good.
      I never really had any issues with WiFi, but it does feel a bit faster, although that might be the placebo effect that comes from factory resetting. Time will tell, but no complaints there.
      Small issue I had, but now we can add special characters to passwords, which to me, represents a whole lot of peace of mind. I always knew it was a minor bug, but one that had me changing the password on all my devices. Not critical, but weird and quite a hassle.
      QoS auto setup is more conservative and accurate now. I always go with 70/70 myself manually, but the auto setup goes a long way for new adopters. Kudos on that!
      Rapps feel more responsive, and less prone to loading issues. I assume this will only get better as more development resources as well as time get poured over the product.
      As I said, if you take the time to be critical, you should also make an effort to to praise as well. I still believe communication and actual delivery of the firmware are the dark spots on an otherwise great device, but no product is perfect.
     
    Keep it up folks, and special shoutout to @Netduma Fraser for putting up with my complaining ass. You are the real MVP.
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    PharmDawgg reacted to Zennon in BT Master Socket 5C Mk4   
    The XR300 does not have it's own modem so it would never work as you thought.
    You can buy RJ45 to RJ11 cables for modems and it is for that use
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    PharmDawgg reacted to Netduma Jack B in ANNOUNCEMENT: New R2 Firmware! (3.0.179)   
    Hi everyone,
    We know what you’re thinking, and we get it.
    We said R2 updates would be frequent (and they will be), but this update ended up enveloping a lot more than we initially expected. That’s frustrating for you and for us too.
    However, we hope you’ll find the wait was worth it – this is a huge update with fixes and changes across the board. Feedback on the R2 has been great, helping us to improve everyone’s experience while fixing specific problems too. The changelog below shows just much work has gone into this update.
    This is the latest in DumaOS and it sets the stage for new features we’ll reveal in the near future. From all of us at Netduma, thanks for your patience, and for caring enough about DumaOS to stay vocal. We hope you enjoy the latest firmware!
    Download here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1krvgqi4peslusv/DumaOS-R2-3.0.179.sig?dl=0
    General Improvements
             System-wide GUI improvements.          Memory usage improvements.          Added new Copy to Clipboard button for information generated by Rapp Performance and Device Manager > Wi-Fi Scan (also a new addition).          Fixed initial tour throwing errors if ‘Next’ clicked too early.          Fixed various issues with upgrade process.          Fixed various vulnerabilities. Wi-Fi Improvements
             Improved Wi-Fi band steering.          Improved Wi-Fi range coverage.          Fixed Wi-Fi settings not preserving on firmware upgrades.          Fixed Wi-Fi station details displaying incorrectly if the device is disconnected.          Fixed 5GHz channel not starting correctly when splitting the channels.          Added auto Wi-Fi channel detection, picking the least noisy Wi-Fi channel to achieve better results.          Added Wi-Fi channel width setting for greater control.          Added Wi-Fi region setup to the setup wizard.          Added Wi-Fi radar detection DFS channels.          Added Wi-Fi Performance feature to devices.          Added Wi-Fi Scan feature.          Added more Wi-Fi stations information for better debugging. Ping Heatmap
             Fixed Ping Heatmap displaying multiple graphs when spam-clicking. QoS
             Congestion Control Auto-Setup is now less aggressive - users should see improved results.          Improved QoS Stability.          QoS now loads quicker on start-up.          Fixed QoS not always loading correctly.          Fixed QoS crashes and stability issues.          Fixed Congestion Control Auto-Setup layout issues when zoomed in.          Fixed "Applying Settings" popup appearing when Auto-Setup loads.          Fixed Congestion Control Auto-Setup button.          Fixed Auto-Setup not always setting the slider.          Fixed incorrect padding around auto-setup bars.          Fixed Auto-Setup throttling below 1%. Connection Benchmark
             Fixed issues with Speed Test when WAN is disconnected.          Fixed Ping Under Load test not working correctly. Device Manager
             Device status will update between online and offline much faster.          Fixed Device Manager crashes.          Fixed Device Manager spam messages about device status.          Fixed issue where devices sometimes have no name.          Fixed issue when adding a new device causing Rapps to fail. Traffic Controller
    Fixed Traffic Controller causing DumaOS to fail loading Network Settings
             Fixed MAC cloning to update the device interface correctly.          Removed MAC address cloning toggle, added reset button.          Added more special characters for Wi-Fi password entry. Misc.
             Updated to use new multi-threaded webserver for faster GUI loading.  
    Installation instructions:
    Download the file above Open DumaOS at 192.168.77.1 or /dumaos/ Click the three dots in the top right of the interface Click Update Click 'Select Upgrade File' and choose the file you just downloaded Click 'Upgrade' and wait about 5 minutes for the update to apply Do not unplug your unit during this time!
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    PharmDawgg reacted to Netduma Fraser in Can't make this work. Please help.   
    You likely still have a double NAT as the openwrt router will probably have UPnP enabled so if you disable that it should work. Then to answer your questions:
    a) You can't
    b) Both
    c) Makes no difference, they will be under different ranges 192.168.x.x
    d) R1
    For VLAN etc I'd recommend looking at the manual or forums for how to do it with that specific router, looks quite complicated for not much benefit in my opinion.
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    PharmDawgg got a reaction from Sgt-Greco in Can't make this work. Please help.   
    Sorry to put my two cents in but you cannot turn off dhcp on the R1 and still have the geofilter work.  If I recall you can disable the congestion control though.  You are going to have to some how place the IP address given to the R1 by the Open Source router into the DMZ of the Open Source router. This should help with any NAT issues but i can't guarantee it.  
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    PharmDawgg reacted to Netduma Fraser in New Firmware? (Last thread was "inexplicably" closed)   
    I am asked every single day where a firmware is, I give my best estimate, there is a delay, people get frustrated. I took the comments on board from the last topic and so I am not going to provide an estimate unless I'm 99.9% sure it will be available by that date. In the meantime if you're having issues I am happy to provide interim firmware which is what I have been doing so that people have at least some improvements.
    @DJxLight Hey, welcome to the forum! 
    I'd suggest making a new post regarding the game as it is more likely you need to optimize your settings. I've sent you a PM anyway.
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    PharmDawgg reacted to Netduma Fraser in Any news on the r2 update   
    I am asked every single day where a firmware is, I give my best estimate, there is a delay, people get frustrated. I took the comments on board from the last topic and so I am not going to provide an estimate unless I'm 99.9% sure it will be available by that date. In the meantime if you're having issues I am happy to provide interim firmware which is what I have been doing so that people have at least some improvements.
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    PharmDawgg reacted to Netduma Fraser in Netduma need technology to fight lag comp ASAP   
    Just as cavalier mentioned, I wouldn't recommend going above 60ms.
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    PharmDawgg reacted to N3CR0 in Activision's "Monetized Matchmaking" is Ruining Call of Duty   
    @PharmDawgg Already been used to it for the last 2 years if you believe what peoples say.
    I remember hearing about this system being in Black Ops 4.
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    PharmDawgg reacted to Macabi83 in Nuke on Coldwar Beta   
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    PharmDawgg got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in I need to connect my printer to R2 where's WPS?   
    There is no WPS function. If you would like to connect your printer it will have to be by wifi or wired. I personally have mine connected by wifi and gave my printer a manual ip address. Sorry for any inconvenience. 
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    PharmDawgg got a reaction from Squidid in I need to connect my printer to R2 where's WPS?   
    There is no WPS function. If you would like to connect your printer it will have to be by wifi or wired. I personally have mine connected by wifi and gave my printer a manual ip address. Sorry for any inconvenience. 
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    PharmDawgg reacted to pollutionblues in Firmware Update R2   
    No date has been announced as of yet, keep an eye on the forums for any info
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    PharmDawgg reacted to fiefo in Bricked my R2...replacement?   
    @Netduma Alexi emailed the team as well
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    PharmDawgg got a reaction from N3CR0 in Fiber Optic cables vs Coaxial cables Explanation please   
    Honestly FTTH (Fiber to the Home) is better than HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax). The HFC will be fiber to the Node (which will be only approx a mile to your home) and from there it will be a coax connection to your home. 
    Here is a good read: http://www.tarluz.com/ftth/comparison-between-hfc-and-fiber-to-the-home/
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    PharmDawgg reacted to titofuenla in Fiber Optic cables vs Coaxial cables Explanation please   
    Hi!
    Add, since it is not explained in the article, that a node is a data exchange point. When the data leaves your house, it travels to this first node and that first node is in charge of sending the data to the next one, until it reaches the destination server. If your connection is Ftth as is logical, when using a technology based on light your data will travel faster to this first node, which will have lower latency than if you use Hfc, it is the great difference between Ftth and Hfc, Because of the speed issue, most of the companies that use Hfc updated their networks to DOCSIS 3.0 and already offer symmetrical and high speeds, but that little latency can never be eliminated when using coaxial cable.
    Greetings!
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    PharmDawgg got a reaction from titofuenla in Fiber Optic cables vs Coaxial cables Explanation please   
    Honestly FTTH (Fiber to the Home) is better than HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax). The HFC will be fiber to the Node (which will be only approx a mile to your home) and from there it will be a coax connection to your home. 
    Here is a good read: http://www.tarluz.com/ftth/comparison-between-hfc-and-fiber-to-the-home/
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    PharmDawgg got a reaction from Zippy in Return   
    Sorry to hear you want to return your device.  It would be best to email [email protected] about this and they should respond to you as soon as possible. Being the weekend it may be a little delayed.  And @Netduma Fraser should respond to this post as well.  
     
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    PharmDawgg got a reaction from Zippy in Fiber Optic cables vs Coaxial cables Explanation please   
    Honestly FTTH (Fiber to the Home) is better than HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax). The HFC will be fiber to the Node (which will be only approx a mile to your home) and from there it will be a coax connection to your home. 
    Here is a good read: http://www.tarluz.com/ftth/comparison-between-hfc-and-fiber-to-the-home/
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    PharmDawgg got a reaction from Tai N in Fiber Optic cables vs Coaxial cables Explanation please   
    Honestly FTTH (Fiber to the Home) is better than HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax). The HFC will be fiber to the Node (which will be only approx a mile to your home) and from there it will be a coax connection to your home. 
    Here is a good read: http://www.tarluz.com/ftth/comparison-between-hfc-and-fiber-to-the-home/
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