wilsonbx198st reacted to Rachau87 in Just zero stability
After 10+ hours of troubleshooting and reading this forum, 10+ factory resets, 50+ reboots...and 0 successfully geofiltered warzone games, feel like its time to call it quits. As a fellow developer I love where this is headed, but it just doesn't feel ready for prime time, and can't imagine what people who aren't tech inclined are going through. The R2 auto-reboots constantly, struggles to hold a connection, and there doesn't seem to be any firm solutions or guides for problems. Hats off to the support team, you'll are on the ball, and provide excellent and timely support. But for me personally a refund seems to be the best way forward. I just can't imagine how much time and effort it's going to require going forward to get this working let alone maintaining it. Let me know what you need from me, best of luck.
wilsonbx198st reacted to Netduma Fraser in R2 died
Hold the reset button for 30 seconds, then release and wait 1-2 minutes before trying to access.
If that doesn't work then set a static IP on your PC with the following details:
IP - 192.168.77.2
Subnet - 255.255.255.0
Gateway - 192.168.77.1
Then try to access it and see if it works correctly.
If not please link this topic in an email to [email protected] with your order number and we can sort a replacement.
wilsonbx198st reacted to willphule in What is happening with ND support for Destiny 2?
As it stands now it seems to do literally nothing. I still connect to slow servers that I have banned that are half way around the world (17b97a4556b61419), geofence doesn't seem to work, whether I have strict on or not. Ping assist seems to work but because I am connecting to banned servers on the other side of the planet everything just seems off. Just wondering where we are at with it. Any of the devs playing at all?
wilsonbx198st reacted to Knomax in Traffic prortization please read
I agree that this dont have place here but as @Locosano said qos is not good..or set up of algorithms is wrong...untill it is fixed i use qos of openwrt ...i dont tell to anyone to dont use Netduma and place it in the corner.....i use another qos and netduma for geofilter until it is fixed.
In the same logic they doesnt have place here conversations like....headsets....monitors and so on.!!!!
wilsonbx198st reacted to johnnytran in Traffic prortization please read
What are the commands for sending it to the router? I've never had to send a setting file over. Also how do we edit the file?
I think i copied them over
D:\>scp D:\qos.sh [email protected]:/root
qos.sh 100% 1483 483.2KB/s 00:00
but must have done something wrong, when I tc qdisc i get the below. Looks like nothing changed? I did the bit in local startup and rebooted the router. I created the .sh file by creating a .txt file and renaming it .sh, was that correct? also chmod +x the files.
[email protected]:~# tc qdisc
qdisc noqueue 0: dev lo root refcnt 2
qdisc fq_codel 0: dev eth0 root refcnt 2 limit 10240p flows 1024 quantum 1514 target 5.0ms interval 100.0ms memory_limit 4Mb ecn
qdisc noqueue 0: dev br-lan root refcnt 2
qdisc noqueue 0: dev eth0.1 root refcnt 2
qdisc noqueue 0: dev eth0.3 root refcnt 2
qdisc noqueue 0: dev eth0.2 root refcnt 2
Did i do this bit correct? please match it with my screenshot. Maybe br-lan needs to be eth0.1? I'm using ER-X
WAN=eth0.2 # change this to your WAN device name *********** eth0.2 is my WAN in SQM settings
UPRATE=17000 #change this to your 80% kbps upload speed (in kbps)
LAN=br-lan # change this to your LAN device name ************* not sure if this should be eth0.1?
DOWNRATE=102000 #change this to about 80% of your download speed (in kbps)
GAMEUP=400 # throttle your speeds for upload in PS4/Xbox
GAMEDOWN=2000 # throttle your speeds for download in PS4/Xbox
Ignore the VLAN interface, that's my eth0.3 port which I don't have my ps4 connected to for this.
Physical ports on the ER-X - eth0 is my WAN cable, eth1 is ps4 and eth2 is PC
system log is showing the below, but i can see the 2 files in /root/
Thu Nov 19 05:13:27 2020 daemon.notice procd: /etc/rc.d/S95done: /etc/rc.local: line 5: /root/qos.sh: not found
Thu Nov 19 05:13:35 2020 daemon.notice procd: /etc/rc.d/S95done: /etc/rc.local: line 7: /root/gaming.sh: not found
Are there any steps you needed to do to enable any of this to work? e.g. i had to figure out to chmod +x the .sh files to make the executable, is there any other services or something you needed to enable to have this all working?
wilsonbx198st reacted to Ramesh in Explain these logs?
I've connected my ISP modem to a TPlink Switch and that's connected to the internet Netduma R2. I need the switch to do Vlan tagging for my PPPoE connection.
What are these:
DHCP packet received on eth0.2 which has no address
HTB: quantum of class 10007 is small. Consider r2q change
wilsonbx198st reacted to Gprime31 in Hard crash R2
Fixed for now, I ended up doing 123 then 138 then 179 after each firmware update I powered off, then held the reset button in while powering back on. (Old trick from ddwrt days) and factory reset between each update, so far everything is good. Thanks for the help, I will post an update if anything goes wrong, cheers.
wilsonbx198st reacted to Dyson350 in New user here, few setup questions about port setup.
What purpose does making manual rules serve then?
wilsonbx198st reacted to Netduma Jack B in ANNOUNCEMENT: New R2 Firmware! (3.0.179)
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
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.
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!