Myst1caL got a reaction from vinskapen in Hybrid VPN speeds
Been using HybridVPN since its release I remember reading that back on the old HybridVPN on the R1 that the speed issue was a hardware limitation.
Really thought this would have been improved with the xr500 but seems to be the same speeds
Using my vpn ( Surfshark ) I receive 20 Down / 20 Up.
Tried different servers with no change ( My isp speed is 380 Down / 21 Up )
Myst1caL reacted to Netduma Jack in Bleeding Edge Features XR500 ?
I'm not sure if this is happening or not - only time will tell really. It's down to how this is negotiated with Netgear, so we cannot disclose any information on this.
We've always stated that DumaOS will get the same features across the board though, it's just that some might appear earlier on one router than another.
Myst1caL reacted to Netduma Fraser in Cloud Update - Optimised for Fortnite & PUBG etc
When I tested it without filtering I was put on them both about 50% each so just make sure filter covers Virgina, excluding Ohio and you should be set.
The next XR500 firmware will allow permanent blocking of dedicated servers so when DumaOS is out for the R1 you'll also get that functionality.
Not specifically, if they use any AWS or Azure servers then yes. Now we've proved the concept of massive server changes with this cloud we should be able to do the same for other servers like EA if we can find similar information that AWS and Azure provide.
You won't see the service on the R1. Only for the XR500. Cloud update for the R1 will automatically apply in 24-48 hours from the time of this topic.
Cloud update for the R1 will automatically apply in 24-48 hours from the time of this topic.
Myst1caL got a reaction from ChriscomIT in R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed
Pretty sure I read Iain saying a while ago the R1 version has went through so many revisions that it's been tested more than previous firmwares to make sure it's stable
This was some point last year I think so the thing must be rock solid now.
Myst1caL reacted to Miss Vendetta in R1 DumaOS Briefly Delayed
I can understand all perspectives on this. My viewpoint (because I want to share it, not expecting anyone to care)..
I'm not angry, I've never been angry... just really disappointed. The optics for us OG R1 users is not the best as we've been continuously let down (and at times misled) over the past year+. It's unlikely that your legal team waited til the last minute to inform you of this..So your PR failed you quite remarkably, IF you're being 100% honest with us (which I hope you are..). Regardless, I continue to feel like a kid on Christmas eve waiting with so much anticipation...
PLEASE don't let us down.
Myst1caL reacted to Netduma Luke in DumaOS Update - Recent Progress
A long awaited update on DumaOS
We have made a lot of progress over the past few weeks. The OS is currently being beta tested by more of our UK based users and their feedback has been great. Thanks to their testing we have been able to make the OS very stable. This is a big milestone. DumaOS is such a big undertaking so getting to this point, where we know the firmware is solid, is a very good feeling.
Now we have stability we can shift our focus to usability. This means making things as easy as possible to use and much more 'plug and play' than the current R1 firmware. For example, we have developed an 'Auto Congestion Control' feature, which automatically applies Anti-flood and Hyper Traffic whenever you are gaming (this can be turned off by the more experienced users who prefer to manually configure things).
Once usability is in place we can then widen the beta to more users. So this means we will be expanding the beta pool soon through the Coal Mine. Open Beta should then follow not long afterwards. We've deliberately not given exact dates here - it'll be ready when it's ready!
After usability comes the fun stuff, when we can create many new features that we have in our Development Roadmap. We will continue to roll these out on a regular basis even after DumaOS is fully launched, meaning your router will just keep getting better and better.
Finally we just want to say thank you for all your support and patience. We realise it's frustrating when we don't send out status updates so we're going to make sure we do more to keep you guys in the loop. What we will say is be assured we are working as hard as we can to get DumaOS ready. It's a big step up for our company so we want it out there as much as you do. But only when it's ready!
Thank you for your understanding,
The Netduma Team
Myst1caL reacted to Netduma Jack in New Destiny 2 Servers
Hi Azleb. That link isn't working, but yes it's early days - difficult to tell whether the servers will play better with our software or not. The new cloud servers will be very interesting indeed!
Keep an eye out for our open DumaOS Beta; our closed Beta is going very well, so hopefully it won't be long now. Bring on the Destiny 2 Beta!
Myst1caL got a reaction from bagsta69 in Why did you purchase the Netduma router?
I've not had the best success with the geo-filter. not the filters fault it keeps games local but I honestly think most of the connections in the UK (where I'm from) are trash I get more lag from uk players than USA folks there is so many people with 800+ ping again this is due to potato connections on the other players side.
The other main feature I needed it for was congestion control I've been going from router to router since netflix / iphones became a must for the family wen't from belkin to netgear to asus and the all failed me. honestly the netduma is the only router with a qos system that has worked for me
Myst1caL reacted to Netduma Iain in DumaOS Announcement: Development Progress & Testing
Can't reveal info on that at the moment
See my quote in previous post mate. Don't worry about RAM/Flash being an issue on your device. We currently use about 22MB out of 128MB due to our unique fast compression algorithms
It allows you to install/uninstall and upgrade R-Apps independently i.e. you don't need to do a full system upgrade every-time something updates. Meaning we can continue evolving the ecosystem for the foreseeable future with loads of stuff you all want
Yeah fine-tuning QoS is already done, you can't see in the pic. But you can allocate specific bandwidth to a device and lock it on the flower