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    david got a reaction from coreyreilmann in Welcome R2 owners! We want your feedback!   
    So far very happy with the R2 and DumaOS 3, I'm now getting near max broadband speed (400MBs) with congestion control enabled. Initial installation was not completely smooth, initially the router could not get an internet connection and I was confused by the fact I couldn't connect and setup via ethernet. I had to read the manual (who reads manuals before trying a new gadget!) before I realized I could only setup via WiFi. I have no idea why it wouldn't get an internet connection at first but I reset the LAN IP subnet to my usual range left everything else to defaults and rebooted the netduma and the internet router and everything worked.
    I like the ping heatmap - would be great if we could chart the ping values, download the data or have a sparkline graph for each ping node so I can quickly see the ping over time
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    david got a reaction from coreyreilmann in Welcome R2 owners! We want your feedback!   
    +1 for dim or disable the leds
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    david got a reaction from PharmDawgg in Slow network fixed after R2 reboot   
    I noticed some lag in COD today, I ran some connection tests on the R2 which were all good but then ran some dslreports.com speedtests from a wired PC  - these were either very low speeds and high ping and buffer bloat or failed completely. The R2 UI was very slow taking a couple of minutes to fill in the system information page.  There were a few out of memory errors in the log which didn't look healthy so I rebooted the R2 and the dslreports speedtest went back to normal. I've attached the log.
    log-1597522276430.txt
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    david got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Welcome R2 owners! We want your feedback!   
    +1 for dim or disable the leds
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    david got a reaction from Mark1 in R2 vs R1 throughput   
    I have my new R2 up and running and noticed an immediate benefit for speed test from a connected PC. With netduma R1 I only ever get about 100MBs throughput and netduma CPU pegged at 100% but with R2 I get my broadband max ~400MBs and netduma CPU still under 50%.
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    david got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in Connection Test failing   
    ICMP was blocked by virgin media router! Never noticed ping didn't work before other speed tests have always reported ping response times correctly. Fixed now and connection test is working. Thanks
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    david got a reaction from Netduma Admin in R2 vs R1 throughput   
    I have my new R2 up and running and noticed an immediate benefit for speed test from a connected PC. With netduma R1 I only ever get about 100MBs throughput and netduma CPU pegged at 100% but with R2 I get my broadband max ~400MBs and netduma CPU still under 50%.
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    david got a reaction from Netduma Fraser in R2 discount for R1 owners   
    Thank you for responding
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    david got a reaction from BC1 in Geo-Filter Server Location Improvements   
    Even better if DumoOS could just figure this out automatically. Verify the real location of all dumaos instances by triangulating ping for servers with known locations, then verify location of other unknown servers from ping to users with verified location. Accuracy of location for servers will improve over time as more and more dumaos instances triangulate the location. i.e. You can determine that I'm near London because my ping to known servers in London is about 20ms, then any server that is labelled as US but has a ping of 20ms is obviously in the UK not US.
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    david got a reaction from Mackam in Geo-Filter Server Location Improvements   
    Even better if DumoOS could just figure this out automatically. Verify the real location of all dumaos instances by triangulating ping for servers with known locations, then verify location of other unknown servers from ping to users with verified location. Accuracy of location for servers will improve over time as more and more dumaos instances triangulate the location. i.e. You can determine that I'm near London because my ping to known servers in London is about 20ms, then any server that is labelled as US but has a ping of 20ms is obviously in the UK not US.
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    david got a reaction from infernomachine in Black Ops 4 - Getting P2P Only? Post Here!   
    That was the point of my original post, the router should not be impacting my games in any way with the geo-filter off - but it is! Indicating a problem with the DumaOS!
    I have proved that it is not a game issue by testing with R1 downgraded to original firmware and testing without R1, in both cases I always get a dedicated server game, I never get P2P games.
    When I connect my xbox directly to my internet router or I downgrade the R1 to the original firmware I get dedicated server hosted games every time (I never get P2P games), as soon as I connect via the R1 with DumaOS I only get P2P games, even with all geo-filtering and qos disabled. I have tested many times with these configurations and the result is always the same.
    The fact that there is still a problem when geo-filtering and qos is disabled indicates that something in the DumaOS not related to filtering is disrupting BO4 server network traffic. Without any geo-filtering or qos enabled the R1 switch should just pass all network packets without disruption - this does not seem to be the case which indicates a problem in DumaOS.
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    david got a reaction from xolhid in Black Ops 4 - Getting P2P Only? Post Here!   
    That was the point of my original post, the router should not be impacting my games in any way with the geo-filter off - but it is! Indicating a problem with the DumaOS!
    I have proved that it is not a game issue by testing with R1 downgraded to original firmware and testing without R1, in both cases I always get a dedicated server game, I never get P2P games.
    When I connect my xbox directly to my internet router or I downgrade the R1 to the original firmware I get dedicated server hosted games every time (I never get P2P games), as soon as I connect via the R1 with DumaOS I only get P2P games, even with all geo-filtering and qos disabled. I have tested many times with these configurations and the result is always the same.
    The fact that there is still a problem when geo-filtering and qos is disabled indicates that something in the DumaOS not related to filtering is disrupting BO4 server network traffic. Without any geo-filtering or qos enabled the R1 switch should just pass all network packets without disruption - this does not seem to be the case which indicates a problem in DumaOS.
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    david got a reaction from sebi972 in Black Ops 4 - Getting P2P Only? Post Here!   
    That was the point of my original post, the router should not be impacting my games in any way with the geo-filter off - but it is! Indicating a problem with the DumaOS!
    I have proved that it is not a game issue by testing with R1 downgraded to original firmware and testing without R1, in both cases I always get a dedicated server game, I never get P2P games.
    When I connect my xbox directly to my internet router or I downgrade the R1 to the original firmware I get dedicated server hosted games every time (I never get P2P games), as soon as I connect via the R1 with DumaOS I only get P2P games, even with all geo-filtering and qos disabled. I have tested many times with these configurations and the result is always the same.
    The fact that there is still a problem when geo-filtering and qos is disabled indicates that something in the DumaOS not related to filtering is disrupting BO4 server network traffic. Without any geo-filtering or qos enabled the R1 switch should just pass all network packets without disruption - this does not seem to be the case which indicates a problem in DumaOS.
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    david got a reaction from sebi972 in Black Ops 4 - Getting P2P Only? Post Here!   
    Answer to questions from previous locked thread.
    Q1. Zennon "turn off your console, delete the console from the geo filter, reboot the console and check for the E in the top right code when in a lobby"
    - tried but does not make any difference
     
    Q2. Fraser "1. Downgrade to original R1 Firmware, 2. Upgrade to DumaOS with preserve settings DISABLED i.e. you do not want it to keep any of your settings into the upgrade"
    - I switched off xbox, upgraded to DumaOS from original firmware with preserve settings disabled, left all DumaOS config in default state i.e. geo-filtering not enabled (I noticed that the R1 IP address was still the same value I had previously configured not the default 192.168.88.1 so some config must still be retained during the upgrade), started Xbox and BO4 and tried to join core TDM lobby, after 60 seconds joined P2P lobby, restarted game and tried joining Core TDM 5 times with same result, during one test the lobby version number had an 'E' appended for a few seconds indicating I had connected to a server then I was dropped back to the main menu without any error message.
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    david got a reaction from Chaiyoabc in Only finding peer connections for BO4 MP   
    I downgraded to previous R1 firmware (R1-v-1-03-6j), added xbox geo-filters and BO4 immediately joins a server hosted game. So looks like DumoOS is preventing the server connections for xbox even with geo-filtering disabled.
    Let me know if there is any more info I can capture to help diagnose the problem.
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    david got a reaction from Haveic in Only finding peer connections for BO4 MP   
    I downgraded to previous R1 firmware (R1-v-1-03-6j), added xbox geo-filters and BO4 immediately joins a server hosted game. So looks like DumoOS is preventing the server connections for xbox even with geo-filtering disabled.
    Let me know if there is any more info I can capture to help diagnose the problem.
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    david got a reaction from sebi972 in Only finding peer connections for BO4 MP   
    The version number in the top right changes with an 'E' appended when on a dedicated server host, no 'E' means peer host.
    Also I can capture network traffic and lookup IP location and ownership.
    It worked OK with original R1 firmware so I should maybe downgrade to determine if its something in DumaOS or another problem related to my network setup or ISP. What's the safest way to downgrade?
    I have seen some iptables errors in the log and figured there may be some config errors or something stuck in iptables so I tried a factory reset in case that would clear everything but still have the same problem. After a factory reset I left everything in default - so no geo-filter config - and still get the same issue only connecting to peer hosts - I reset my internet router to router mode and connect the xbox directly and immediately get into a server hosted game.
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