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    trex2600 reacted to N3CR0 in Is sleeping near my xr500 bad?   
    I've been doing it for years, still here
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    trex2600 got a reaction from Netduma Liam in Setting up advanced hybrid vpn   
    What do you mean you can't copy the file? Currently, Hybrid VPN only supports the OpenVPN protocol so before you set it up, make sure it's OpenVPN code (Most VPN providers support this). If it prompts you to download it (.OVPN file), then make sure you're on a Windows computer and download it. Then find the file and right click it and open it using notepad. Now just highlight all of the code (Ctrl +a) and copy it (Ctrl + c). Then paste it into the "Configuration" input of the "Advanced" tab of Hybrid VPN. Now, you need to get your VPN username and password (Not the one you sign into the website with, although they may have made them the same, but it's basically another layer of protection and can usually be found on the website). Sometimes, the configuration thing might not let you scroll so if that happens, switch to basic and back to advanced and you can scroll. Now connect and it should say "Connected".
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    trex2600 reacted to Netduma Liam in Help with setting involving streaming   
    Apply to WAN essentially appends the priority tag used within the LAN, to the WAN. Some ISPs may recognise this and also prioritise this traffic on their end.
    Is the rule detecting traffic when you run your stream test? This is indicated by a red light and a traffic counter increasing on the rule.
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    trex2600 reacted to Netduma Fraser in Help with setting involving streaming   
    Essentially it applies the same priority information tags to packets going out to the ISP. The ISP may just ignore these tags, but you may see a performance improvement through using these tags. It will be an option on the XR beta. Those logs are fine, just indicates QoS is applying settings. LAN is the local network, your connected devices, WAN is on the internet side
    Try what was mentioned above, reset Bandwidth Allocation services to default then just use the devices part, apply the necessary amount to the device and disable share excess.
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    trex2600 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in XR1000 Can’t connect to netduma desktop   
    Yeah I have a PS4 and when I do a speedtest, it never goes above 100 mbps, but I have 200 mbps speed on everything else. If you do a speedtest using the PS4/PS5 speedtest, it's not super accurate. Gaming uses <1 mbps so speed shouldn't matter too much. If you want, try going to speedtest.net on the PS4/PS5 web browser and see if the speeds are higher (They might not be due to slow web browser). If you're concerned with speeds, look at the network monitor next time your PS4/PS5 downloads an update and note the read/write speed and other specs. It might just be the PS4/PS5 itself and not the router.
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    trex2600 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Duma OS 3.0   
    https://community.netgear.com/t5/Nighthawk-Pro-Gaming-DumaOS-3-0/New-Firmware-v2-3-2-120-XR500/td-p/2071196
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    trex2600 got a reaction from Netduma Liam in Duma OS 3.0   
    https://community.netgear.com/t5/Nighthawk-Pro-Gaming-DumaOS-3-0/New-Firmware-v2-3-2-120-XR500/td-p/2071196
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    trex2600 got a reaction from Newfie in Duma OS 3.0   
    https://community.netgear.com/t5/Nighthawk-Pro-Gaming-DumaOS-3-0/New-Firmware-v2-3-2-120-XR500/td-p/2071196
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    trex2600 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in XR700 VPN Not working on XBOX   
    Try rebooting the router. For some reason it sometimes glitches out and gets stuck on the old IP and VPNs other devices instead of the one you selected. I think rebooting it may solve the problem. Also be sure the VPN is connected.
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    trex2600 got a reaction from Zippy in Playing 1440p videos on YT   
    How powerful is your desktop? It may be the desktop itself and not internet speed. Make sure your GPU/CPU/RAM/SSD/HDD can handle 1440p. Does it lag when you play 1440p @60 FPS or 1440p 30 FPS? I have a chromebook (For example) and it can play 720p @60 FPS, 1080p @50 FPS, or 1440p @30 FPS without lagging. Anything higher than that and it starts buffering, even though my internet speed is 200/10. For more debug info, right click and then select "Stats for nerds" and it'll tell you about the connection speed and frame drops. If you have a high frame drop, it can mean your PC isn't powerful enough to handle 1440p.
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    trex2600 got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in 2 or 3 settings for QOS   
    And if you're referring to anti-bufferbloat, you can set it to when high priority traffic is detected/auto-enable and it will lower your speeds only when you're playing a game that's either on DUMA OS Classified Games or one that you manually add (For example I added port 9339 for Brawl Stars, and so my bandwidth is only lowered when I play that on my phone). As Fraser said, gaming uses almost no bandwidth at all (Usually less than 1 mbps) so the QOS is to keep your connection stable and solid. My games use at most 50 mbps for 3 seconds when I load into the game, but that's it.
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