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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in QoS enabled = bandwidth issues   
    I haven't had a chance to test yet. A reset will be fairly disruptive for me. I'll chime in when I get a chance. 
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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from Netduma Alex in QoS enabled = bandwidth issues   
    I haven't had a chance to test yet. A reset will be fairly disruptive for me. I'll chime in when I get a chance. 
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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in PPPoE Speed On the R1 DumaOS   
    @Netduma Fraser See my original post I created that you and Alex were helping with. I don't want to hijack this thread.
    It was just kind of left as a limitation of the R1, at least from Alex's pov. 
     
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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Future of DumaOS: Version 3.0   
    @Netduma Fraser
    Both you and Alex already worked with me on this in the past. Not sure what else you'd want to look at, but if you want to take a stab at it again see my OP on the matter. 
     
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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Future of DumaOS: Version 3.0   
    Thanks Alex. Of course do what's best for the product. I'm just antsy for some new great firmware! 
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    fatal0Efx reacted to Netduma Alex in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Future of DumaOS: Version 3.0   
    To be honest i'm not 100% sure how the rollout is going to work at this point. We're in somewhat new territory here. We've yet to decide on the exact timing of the rollout. We'll have more information on this as development of DumaOS 3.0 nears completion.
    All I can say is we'll be looking to get it to all DumaOS devices in a timely fashion. We don't want any of our users to feel left out. Still, a staged rollout could allow us to detect issues before they become too widespread.
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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from Seye in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Future of DumaOS: Version 3.0   
    Does this mean the R1 will never get the firmware until Netgear does, like DumaOS itself?  I thought the benefit of the R1 was that it would be able to get things first because you did NOT have to wait for the red tape with other vendors (like Google Nexus devices get the new Android before any third party).  Or is that part of the Netgear deal that they get first dibs?
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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from Zippy in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Future of DumaOS: Version 3.0   
    Does this mean the R1 will never get the firmware until Netgear does, like DumaOS itself?  I thought the benefit of the R1 was that it would be able to get things first because you did NOT have to wait for the red tape with other vendors (like Google Nexus devices get the new Android before any third party).  Or is that part of the Netgear deal that they get first dibs?
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    fatal0Efx reacted to Netduma Alex in ANNOUNCEMENT: The Future of DumaOS: Version 3.0   
    No not at all. We have our own in-house testing for our software, and when that's done we send it on to Netgear so they can do their testing and then release it.
    The R1's firmware will not require Netgear to test the software as they are not involved, so I imagine that 3.0 will come to the R1 before other routers. I can't make any promises or predictions though.
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    fatal0Efx reacted to DetroitLionsPodcast.com in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    Very well thought out suggestions. They were actually the reason I came here to post 🙂
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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from DetroitLionsPodcast.com in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    Thanks DetroitLionsPodcast.com!  I'm glad my post finally got someone's attention and that someone would agree these would be useful options.
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    fatal0Efx reacted to DetroitLionsPodcast.com in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    I can appreciate this.
    Its still a 1,500-1,600 mile one-way trip for packets, (3,100 round-trip) which is far less than ideal.  I'm finding that Puerto Rico and Honduras have been absolutely horrible and the Cayman Islands haven't been so hot either. Mexico has been horrible when I live in California, and now when I live in Florida - very likely a bad experience.  Colombia isn't on my complaint list, but (no offense intended) you are too far away and I don't want you in my lobby.
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    fatal0Efx reacted to DetroitLionsPodcast.com in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    I'd really like to echo fatal0Efx's comment from upthread. He stated: 
     
    This is extremely important for those of us in the Southeast US in Black Ops 4.  The Miami servers are being used to serve people in the Carribean, Mexico, South America, and Central America since they only have the one server cluster in Brazil. Its become a total mess for us because the infrastructure in these locations is often quite inferior (of course the distance is an issue as well) and creates huge lag issues. I want to be able to filter on the US mainland but be able to eliminate specific server clusters that bring in QOL-breaking players. 

    One new problem I've seen with BO4 is that its doing a matchmaking check in Miami. It never used to do that and suddenly tonight I am getting bounced from the game and Miami is the matchmaking server that is being pinged (and blocked).  I'm wondering if this was implemented in response to people knowing how bad Miami is and blocking it.  Without an ability to delineate between matchmaking and game servers people are forced into not blocking the Miami servers and thereby a terrible game experience. I've been manually allowing servers when I get booted and so far its worked to get matchmaking working pretty well without having games hosted on the Miami cluster.
    Reverse ping assist would be spectacular too, on its face, maybe even better than ping assist.

    I am ecstatic to see the tick rate information coming. Great work, and excellent response from the dev team on a hot topic.  Well informed customers can keep the gaming companies honest when they so often try not to be...
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    fatal0Efx reacted to Netduma Admin in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    Really helpful to know. Thank you. We'll look into both of these ideas.
    If your original R1 firmware is on 1.03.6 then you can install directly to this latest firmware.
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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from DetroitLionsPodcast.com in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    Any chance we'll ever get features such as
    - freeform geo filters vs the existing radius centric filter. E.g. I am in FL and want to keep my filter on the U. S. mainland but filter out Caribbean Islands, Mexico, etc. 
    - reverse ping assist, i.e. filtering out high ping hosts within our geo filter
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    fatal0Efx got a reaction from Nuyorrican in Announcement: DumaOS Development Milestone 1.3   
    Any chance we'll ever get features such as
    - freeform geo filters vs the existing radius centric filter. E.g. I am in FL and want to keep my filter on the U. S. mainland but filter out Caribbean Islands, Mexico, etc. 
    - reverse ping assist, i.e. filtering out high ping hosts within our geo filter
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