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Netduma Liam

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    Netduma Liam reacted to Tripple in Warzone Lag - The usual Shoot first die first   
    I have a similar setup and I connected the NetDuma R2 to the BT SmartHub and then in the SmartHub web interface, enabled the DMZ setting and selected the NetDuma as the DMZ device. I then reconfigured all network devices (laptop, PC etc.)  to point to the NetDuma exclusively, basically using the SmartHub as a modem so to speak. If you do go down this avenue, you'll need to re-ip the SmartHub as the NetDuma and SmartHub can't be on the same network subnet due to routing, so I have my SmartHub on a 192.168.2.254/24 and my NetDuma on a 192.168.1.254/24. My BT internet is totally ass due to my location, 13 meg down, 1.5 meg up and I don't have any hit registration issues in this setup. Hope this helps.
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    Netduma Liam reacted to gege in Warzone geofilter lobby easy   
    Grazie mille Liam 
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    Netduma Liam reacted to tore in Traffic Priority Setup Advanced   
    Thank u Fraser
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    Netduma Liam reacted to Dc38 in Max IP reservation on local DHCP?   
    I'll try removing the offline devices and let you know the results.
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    Netduma Liam reacted to Trcmugentyper in Need help with bullet registration in halo 5 xr1000   
    Ok thanks 
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from Brian L in Randomly losing internet connection   
    I've sent you a PM  
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from D3mon1c in Future of Duma App?   
    The aim to make the App just as powerful and as useable as the regular interface, so you'll be able to do this eventually yes!
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from DOGGAVELI in R2 Connection Benchmark Help   
    According to the results, 40/10 appears to be the best configuration. Though to be fair they're all very good, but Connection Benchmark can only tell us so much. I think the thing to do now is to test each configuration for a couple games on the xbox and see which feels best in-game!
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from headstruck in A question about MAC cloning between two routers   
    Thanks for picking up an R2!
    Yeah you can give the R2 the XR1000s MAC address, that shouldn't be a problem.
    Then you can run the XR1000 in AP mode and it will simply by an extender so shouldn't cause any issues!
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    Netduma Liam reacted to SerbanB in PS4 Internet Speed is Low   
    Hello everyone,
    No one covered one extremely important aspect: PS4 is very sensitive with cable length.
    It was really frustrating to see my PS4 getting always under 100Mbps for internet speed test (usually 70-95 Mbps) despite I have a bandwidth of 500Mb and a 1Gb router.
    The speed was always OK on my PC , but not on PS4.
    Everything changed when I used a shorter LAN cable and now I get 400-500MBps. This definitely is not happening on PCs, is just about the PS4 network card which is sensitive.
    My initial LAN  cable had about 7-8m (which is short enough for networking) and the second one is ~3m long and is the cable which finally provides normal speed.
    I discovered this when I moved data from one PS4 to a PS4 PRO, and the PS4 PRO was connected with a shorter LAN cable. Initially I thought that the PS4 PRO has a "true" 1Gb port, but that wasn't the case, as the cable length proved to be the real issue. I was also shortening the the first cable, to see if the speed decreases and it did, I was getting ~115MB/s with a ~5,5 m long cable so I did by best to have the shortest cable connected. Works just fine both on PS4 and PS4 PRO.
    Nothing usefully found on the internet, just DNS stories, which can improve a bit the speed.
    Hopefully my findings will help many of you.
    At least my son is very satisfied after he downloaded a game of 25GB in about 10 minutes (~40MB/s).

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    Netduma Liam reacted to Kwee in Bufferbloat and Ping Test Underload Results   
    Well that's good to know. It's looking better now I would say

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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from Tripple in Geo Filter Location Issue On PC   
    Perfect, glad to hear it!
    You're exactly right, it displays information for the server/peer you're currently connected to. With it disabled, you need to click on the icons appearing on the map to see live information.
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    Netduma Liam reacted to JoshTheLuz in Hybrid VPN is leaking real IP   
    Solved consider this topic closed 
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from JoshTheLuz in Hybrid VPN is leaking real IP   
    Ah OK nice, good work! We're actually working on a fix for this so that'll be resolved in the next firmware!
    You should be able to use any DNS server for the location you're VPNing too and that should work fine.
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from Exe_uz in USB TETHERING USING MOBILE PHONE DATA   
    Not at all! It's a cool idea and I've just put it on our roadmap so you may see it added in future, but it's currently impossible to assign an ETA to that I'm afraid.
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from Newfie in USB TETHERING USING MOBILE PHONE DATA   
    Cool idea, but yeah unfortunately not supported yet as Newfie mentions.
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from Exe_uz in USB TETHERING USING MOBILE PHONE DATA   
    Cool idea, but yeah unfortunately not supported yet as Newfie mentions.
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from Kwee in Bufferbloat and Ping Test Underload Results   
    That's awesome, thanks for letting us know! We're also working on how accurately Connection Benchmark reports things like this so that will improve too.
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    Netduma Liam reacted to KingXFocusedxX in Randomly losing internet connection   
    I saw this forum, just scoping around, and I happened to notice something, and figured I should share this info.
    Your modem, Arris SBG10. It has what is called the 'Intel Puma 6'  chip or chipset, and the chip is manufactured FAULTY. Literally, and somehow modems and routers alike are sold with this chip, unknowingly to the public. There are ongoing lawsuits about this, but they have either settled or are still ongoing, it is very difficult to sue Intel for the issue because they have so much money they can literally out-sue you by constantly buying themselves time so the average consumer runs out of funds or time to continue the battle, and doing a recall on probably the most sold chip in the market for modems is probably just out of the question, because that would massively challenge Intel's validity. Your best bet is to get a new modem, I hate to say it. You can google the list as well if you decide to search for one. These modems are fine for average day to day use, like netflix or just basic entertainment, which if thats all your needs are then your good.
    Unfortunately, even the rented gateways/modems can have this chip or DO have this chip. Be careful if you decide to shop around, and always check the list to see if the modem your looking at is on there. I had a friend who had bought an Arris modem as well and didn't realize this was causing him issues similar to yours. Good luck.
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    Netduma Liam reacted to maxlangevin in Device Showing as Offline   
    Well, looking good so far! Amazing!

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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from aBCEGWVoAhYVg in I want the oldest firmware I can get   
    I'm guessing that would've been DumaOS 3.0!
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from Baturi in XR1000 CPU Colour Codes   
    Oh my bad - I saw the XR500 under @Baturi's owned routers.
    Yeah as @Newfie said, they're the three cores of the CPU.
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from Kwee in Bufferbloat and Ping Test Underload Results   
    Thanks for letting us know, the rule you've created will work great, however Warzone is classified in the DumaOS Classified Games Rule so that would probably work better than creating a custom rule!
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    Netduma Liam got a reaction from headstruck in XR1000 is a big disappointment. nothing works.   
    Thanks for the feedback nonetheless, and thanks for your interest in sticking with DumaOS, we really appreciate that.
    We'll continue working hard on the NPG line-up and do our best to release firmware as frequently as possible, I do believe once DumaOS 3.0 is in full release the firmware cycle will be more fluid.
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    Netduma Liam reacted to Newfie in XR1000 CPU Colour Codes   
    Haha don’t worry, I never looked at the profile and thought I made a mistake too. 
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